New Trailer for The Princess Guide Introduces the Four Knight Princesses

NISA have uploaded a trailer for The Princess Guide, showing off the four titular princesses.

Nippon Ichi Software’s action RPG has you play through as one of the four princesses- their growth and abilities affected by whether you praise or scold them during combat and conversations.

There’s a $59.99 limited edition planned (for PS4 and Switch) that includes: a copy of the game, an official soundtrack, an official hardcover art book, “Four Knights” playing cards, a “Glory of the Princess Knights!” tear-resistant poster, and a collector’s box.

Here’s a rundown on the game:

In a land torn by chaos and war, a new evil rises. Now, four princesses from four different kingdoms must learn how to lead their people to victory. Commence the Princess Knight training regimen! As an experienced knight, you will choose a princess to become your apprentice. Teach her the art of war, and push back the evil that threatens to take over the land! With your choices directly impacting the way your Princess Knight fights, The Princess Guide gives military training a whole new meaning!

Key Features

  • A Unique Tale Times Four! – Each Princess Knight has a unique story to tell, and your choice affects how the tale unfolds! Will you train the vengeful Veronica, the gluttonous Liliartie, the chivalrous Monomaria, or the dragon princess Alpana?
  • Fast-Paced Strategic Battles – The battlefield can get intense! Issue orders to your princess directly on the battlefield, and watch them clash with enemy forces! Their performance is directly affected by your tutelage!
  • To Praise or To Scold? – Your princess’ growth depends on you! During conversations and battles, “Praise” or “Scold” your princess to enhance their abilities on the battlefield.

The Princess Guide is launching for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in early 2019.

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Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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