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Code of Princess Will Soon Leave the 3DS eShop

Studio Saizensen’s Code of Princess landed on the Nintendo 3DS in 2012, which Atlus USA revealed on this aspect of the pond. It was a modest launch, however what made Code of Princess notable was its shared DNA with Sega Saturn brawling traditional Guardian Heroes. Studio Saizensen would later hook up with Nicalis, for video games like Blade Strangers and an updated port known as Code of Princess EX on the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately when IP adjustments arms, older offers run out. Therefore, Atlus USA, now branded Atlus West, has introduced that the unique Code of Princess is being delisted. Its closing day on the Nintendo 3DS eShop is March 31, 2020.

Code of Princess will not be obtainable on the Nintendo eShop after March 31st.

Get the sport earlier than then! Learn extra about Code of Princess right here: https://t.co/SX7PdpuZhg

— Official ATLUS West (@Atlus_West) March 25, 2020

For the time being, you may nonetheless snag Code of Princess from the 3DS eShop for $14.99. If you need a bodily copy, you’ll usually be paying round that a lot for a unfastened cart and far more if you need the case and all of the goodies. Code of Princess EX is available for the Switch, in fact.

That mentioned, there are vital variations between the 2 variations. The Switch model is extra of a powerhouse, with higher efficiency, HD visuals, co-op, and reworked mechanics. However, Atlus commissioned an English dub for the 3DS model, which didn’t carry over elsewhere. That isn’t a dealbreaker for everybody, however for preservationists and completionists, that might be a noteworthy loss for Nintendo’s digital market.

Code of Princess is out there on the Nintendo 3DS, and Code of Princess EX is out there for the Nintendo Switch.

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