Penny-Punching Princess Arrives For Nintendo Switch On April 4, 2018

You won’t have to wait much longer to get your smash on. Penny-Punching Princess arrives for the Nintendo Switch on April 4, 2018 in North America and March 30, 2018 in Europe. This isometric brawler is all about the money and making good use of it!

 

 

NIS America announced at their annual press event in San Francisco that Penny-Punching Princess will arrive for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation Vita (digital) on April 4, 2018 in North America and Europe on March 30, 2018.

About the Story:

You besta believe I’m in love with money, hun! Play as Princess, the main protagonist in this isometric brawler, who loses her family and overall rule of the land from the evil Dragonloan family. Regain Princess’s kingdom as she punches, traps, and bribes her way to victory. Meet a colorful cast, including a zombie freeloader, Isabella, and find out the real truths about her father, the almighty Money God, and how her surroundings became a capitalist society.

About the Game:

In a world ruled by capitalism, cash is king!

Use the money you gather to bribe enemies to fight for you, activate deadly traps with your dough, and when all else fails, smash all that stand against you with your fists! Fight your way from nothing and amass treasures to take on the mighty Dragoloan family and reclaim your kingdom!

Key Features:
Cash Rules Everything Around Me – Fight smarter, not harder! Bribe your enemies to fight for you, or activate deadly traps to turn the tide of battle in this fast-paced brawler.

Who Says You Can’t Buy Popularity – Recruit/Buy flunkies to your cause to unlock stronger equipment and master over 70 special moves based on weapons you craft!

A Madcap Romp of Dollars & Dragons – Embark on a wildly funny adventure as Princess, a girl robbed of her royal heritage in a world obsessed with money.

 

 

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He’s currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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