Vanguard Princess Now Available For Linux

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

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Vanguard Princess
Publisher and localization company, eigoMANGA, has recently announced the release of the Linux version of the 2D anime fighting game, Vanguard Princess. The Linux version will include all the previously released content of the PC and Mac version and is available digitally via Steam.

The following items are immediately accessible at launch with Vanguard Princess for Linux:

– Updated and originally uncensored version of the game
– Access to playable versions of the game’s boss character Hilda Rize in Arcade Mode and Two Player Mode
– Additional battle stages
– Alternate story-lines
– Alternate endings for various characters
– Additional in-game music
– Built-in arcade stick support

About the game:

‘Vanguard Princess’ is a 2D fighting game that features an all-female cast each with their own unique fighting style. Players can choose from ten girls with unique fighting skills and pair them with a younger assistant partner. ‘Vanguard Princess’ is a 10-time best-selling Windows PC game on Amazon. More information about the title can be found at www.VanguardPrincess.com

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  • Speed12345

    Nice to see Linux getting some support.