NIS announces action RPG The Princess is Money-Hungry for PS Vita

Due out on November 24 in Japan.


The latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation reveals Princess ha Kane no Mouja (The Princess is Money-Hungry), a new PS Vita action RPG from Nippon Ichi Software due out on November 24 in Japan for 5,980 yen.

The game is set in an era where power is everything has come to an end, and capitalism has risen. In a world where money can buy power, justice, and love, the time has come to defeat the demon king. The setting is an extremely capitalist society, where an exceptionally frugal princess hires strong enemies with money and causes miracles in her revenge against her unscrupulous lenders.

Every element in the game is tied to money. When you defeat an enemy, you’ll collect money. If you discover a strong enemy, you can buy them with the power of money. Maybe you can even buy the last boss. Also, by spending the money the princess earns, you can use powerful special moves.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

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