Princess Maker 3 and Princess Maker: Announced for the Nintendo Switch

Owners of Nintendo Switch will be allowed to have chance to make sure that kids are growing up in a right manner. CFK has recently announced ports of couple of installments in the said series. Princess Maker 3’s new version is in developmental process whiles the Princess Maker: Go Go! Princess spin off has already shown up in the eShop in Japan on December 12, 2019. On PCs the game was released worldwide via Steam on December 23, 2019.

The game involves faeries who are willing to become a human princess. The Queen of these princesses honors her request and gave the girl to the player as his daughter to be raised up. While the installment does not have an RPG mode, it is worth noting that introduced moods are capable of influencing her abilities, outfits that she can don up,, and the jobs that she takes. Following the bases of CFK’s worldwide steam release, it could have options in different languages such as Japanese, English, Simplified Chinese, Korean and traditional Chinese language options.

Princess Maker: Go! Go! Princess is basically a board game. Different processes have been starred in the game that have appeared as characters over the course of series to raise the girl. The game has single original heroine and three daughters from first three installments. Players have to go around the board to complete the quests, working towards different endings and meanwhile growing simultaneously. The PC version of the game is confirmed to have Japanese, English, and the Korean language. It is available worldwide.

The future of the princess in the game depends on the player and largely depends on the choices that gamers make. The first couple of titles coming to the Nintendo Switch are Princess Maker: Go! Go! Princess and the Princess Maker: Faery Tales Come True. Both these games are older and were released in 1990s.

Princess Maker Faery Tales Come True has a young girl who is willing to be a human princess. She receives the blessings from the Fairy Queen to be a human. It is all up to the player to raise the fairy as his or her own daughter. The player is not alone completely and a fairy named Uzu helps her along the course of the game.

Princess Maker: Faery Tales Come True was launched in 1997 for the PlayStation. It was followed by Dreamcast, Sega Saturn, and PC. In 2017, the game was released and updated on Steam with translation in English language.

Key features of the title included an improved class, simplified UI, as well as part time job animations, event screens with enlarged characters, and animated pixel based characters.

The game was launched in 1999 and has recently come to the Nintendo Switch and the steam. It is accessible in English, Korean, and Japanese language. Princess Maker 3 And Princess Maker: Go! Go! Announced For the Nintendo Switch has been released on December 23, 2019 and you may enjoy playing it to your most. The release date for Princess Maker: Faery Tales Come True is yet to be announced.