By Diego Hernandez / November 8th, 2019
Following the release date reveal at Anime Weekend Atlanta, My Fair Princess is now available. The collaborative effort between PeasSoft and Sol Press finally reach western audiences. Furthermore, you can grab it on Steam with a 15% discount. For clarification, it’s $34.99 full price and during this sale it’s $29.74. We encourage you to check out this wonderful romance between a poor man and beautiful rich girls today. We’d like to clarify that the Steam version is all-ages, however a free patch is available. You can find it on the appropriately named Panty Press. A very happy congratulations to the Sol Press team and we can’t wait to read it!
My Fair Princess is now available on Steam! Pick up your copy from https://t.co/hglSkNzzWJ and save 15% until November 15!
— Sol Press (@SolPressUSA) November 8, 2019
What is My Fair Princess about?
Satoshi Kanamori attends the world-renowned Ryokufuuin Academy as a scholarship student. Thanks to his scholarship, he doesn’t have to worry about the tuition–a critical concern for the eldest son of a poor family of six (and a sheep). Despite that, Hitomi Miyazono, a cute underclassman who adores him with everything she’s got, Ayame Enatsu, his trusty aid willing to lend an ear to all his troubles, and the seemingly blunt and abusive Rin Washio, his closest friends, have no idea about his financial situation.
The weight of attending such a prestigious school sometimes becomes unbearable, but he’s enjoying his busy student life at this glamorous establishment. One day, however, Kana Takamine, the school’s biggest celebrity, gives him a life-changing assignment:
“Satoshi, you’ll play the leading role during this year’s Ryokufuu Fest.”
Follow Satoshi on his journey to make the festival a success, all the while strengthening his bonds and finding love in his rose-colored student life. Now, let the curtain rise on the gentle, sweet love story of My Fair Princess!
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