Battle Princess of Arcadias Is Now Officially Out in North America

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

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Battle Princess of Arcadias | oprainfall

Battle Princess of Arcadias, another exclusive PlayStation 3 title from Nippon Ichi Software has officially launched here in North America today as a digital-only title on the PlayStation Network.

Long ago, the kingdom of Schwert was a place of fantasy and beauty. However, times have changed, and the once peaceful kingdom has now been overridden by vicious monsters, threatening your precious land. Countries across the land have been forced to deploy their available forces and protect their people.

Amongst those sent are powerful princesses, and with sword in hand, these dangerous beauties are known far and wide as Battle Princesses.

As Battle Princess Plume of Kingdom Schwert, it’s time to set things straight in a deliciously fast-paced action RPG manner. You’ll recruit a group of warriors and engage in battles against your enemies. But be warned — huge and powerful bosses await you as you progress further into the story.

Battle Princess of Arcadias is about 1 gig in size and will run you at $29.99 as a budget title release.

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  • Desiladygamer

    Europe?