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  • Princess R*per [Borneo PARA.SITE]
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Princess R*per [Borneo PARA.SITE]
Release Mar/10/2006
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56.66MB
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Contents

Tactics Fantasy Simulation Game.

One poor person got the "Devil's Ring".
He led the demon's army for his revenge on the world.
Three princesses stood against him.
But, they were humiliated by demons.

Operational Requirements

CPU
Pentium III or greater
HDD
About 65MB
Video
800x600 full color display or greater
DirectX
3 or greater

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1 user reviews

Medicore game overall

Sep/22/2008  By Jinnai Top Reviewer: Top600 Verified Buyer

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Princess Raper is an okay game. Nothing really stands out about the title.

The graphics are okay, nothing spectacular and there aren't a lot of them, 3 for each girl. If you really like humongous breasts and monsters then it might be enough.

The combat engine here was pretty simplistic. There are basically 3 units, even the princesses are one of them. Combat is all about setup. Once you start the game there is zero interaction. You get more troops to deploy if you do well, however it's possible to get negative points and actually get fewer troops. This is especially true on later levels.

The translation wasn't done to well either. At times I didn't know who was saying what and what they were saying actually. I was able to get the overall picture at least, but it was still only somewhat better than machine translation at times.

The storyline at least wasn't quite cookie-cutter being that you played from the villians standpoint, up until near the end it was pretty much standard. The ending made me wonder what was happening for a bit. I think I figured it out, but I'm not sure everyone would.

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