Code of Princess discussion is usually reserved for Holmes o'clock, but with the Daylight Savings time change, everything is out of whack. Up is down, 2+2=fish, and I'm talking about Code of Princess.
When we last met our heroes, the April-targeted brawler had just earned itself some online multiplayer. The torchbearer of the Sega Saturn's Guardian Heroes' spirit, Code of Princess is looking to be just a grand ol' time. I mean, check out the oodles and oodles and oodles of characters you can select from for the game's competition mode! You can play as seemingly any minor enemy from the game, a feature that I personally haven't seen since Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure on the Game Boy Advance.
After the jump are a couple more videos I've scrounged up that showcase the co-op mode and a few other heroes. Give 'em a look before filing Code of Princess next to Senran Kagura in the file cabinet marked "3DS brawlers that Japan is selfishly hoarding."
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