We rather like Code of Princess here at Nintendo Life, as it blends RPG ideas with intuitive hack-and-slash action, all wrapped in a gorgeous hand-drawn 2D art style. When you consider the range of customisation, the tight gameplay and the inclusion of both competitive and co-op online multiplayer, it's a title that should delight fans of the genre, those with retro sensibilities and more. If you're in North America, you should think about finding a boxed copy or at the very least consider the upcoming eShop release.
That's great for those in North America, but what about the rest of us? Europeans have some good news today, thankfully, as the reported enthusiasm of the developer to bring the title to Europe has today been reinforced by a German USK rating. The publisher is listed as developer Agatsuma Entertainment, and no further details are given; obtaining a rating is an important step, however, and we hope that at the very least we'll see this title on the European eShop.
If you want to learn more about this title check out our Code of Princess review. If you're in Europe and like the sound of it, start saving those pennies and cents.