Fat Princess Adventures Announced For PS4

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Fat Princess Adventures | oprainfall

Fat Princess is back for an all-new adventure! The new game, appropriately called Fat Princess Adventures, was announced today for a 2015 PlayStation 4 release. The Warrior, Archer, Mage, and Engineer classes will all return for this new title, and players will still be able to switch between classes as they wish. But there will also be some new twists. For starters, players will be able to upgrade their characters’ items and spells to give them an edge in battle. Also, the game’s signature princess will not just be there for the rescuing. You’ll also be able to count on them to join the battle and help you overcome your foes with a little rainbow magic. Pummeling your enemies with rainbow power — what’s not to like?

Fat Princess Adventures will also feature online and couch co-op for up to four players. Apparently, the warring factions from the first game have called a truce and have vowed to work together against a common foe, so hopefully you and your friends will be able to do the same thing to find success in this multiplayer adventure.


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