CFK released a new trailer for the Gainax-developed princess simulation game Princess Maker: Faery Tales Come True, coming to Nintendo Switch on December 23.
The trailer gives players a look at the HD port of the game, which was originally released in 1997. This updated version also contains a new user interface and music tracks.
During gameplay, players are tasked with raising a princess and making her the best princess she can be. Through dialogue, players will have an effect on the princess’ attitude and social abilities. However, players will also have to manage their funds as they work one of six occupations so they can spend money on their princess.
These choices also affect the mood of the princess, so if she’s a little brat, she might give you crap about your underpaid job and the fact you can give her money to go to the mall, I’m kidding. Players will also be able to follow the princess into confrontations and through school as she grows into an adult.
The trailer gives a pretty nice look at the life of a princess and how players will navigate through this world.
Princess Maker: Faery Tales Come True is available now on Steam.
You can watch the Princess Maker: Faery Tales Come True launch trailer below:
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