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PrincessFury Review

By Andrew Nesvadba, on June 10, 2010


PrincessFury
  • Publisher: MoStar
  • Genre: Action
  • Released: 3 Jun, 2010
  • Size: 23.3 MB
  • Price: $1.99
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Rating

PROS

  • Addictive, balanced action-RPG gameplay.
  • Epically sized battles.
  • Detailed sprite-based artwork
  •  Thumping rock soundtrack.

CONS

  • Relatively slow movement.
  • No high-score or social features.

VERDICT

Princess Fury doesn't leave much for the imagination as she's exactly what the title suggests: dainty, pretty, angry and deadly... you'll be thankful that you don't have to fight against her.


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You're a tiny, angry, purple-haired princess and you have a big sword. A VERY big sword. An evil overlord has invaded your land and that doesn't sit well with you. In Princess Fury by MoStar you'll get to blitz your way through hundreds of enemies with powerful magical attacks and your trusty army of knights by your side.

Getting started couldn't be easier as the game's earlier tutorial levels ease you in to the mechanics of Princess Fury. A virtual stick allows you to move your Princess around the horizontal beat'em-up style field, while holding the attack button will automatically string together a series of powerful attacks. Special powers can be slotted in to a bar at the bottom of the screen and are activated with a simple tap. A button in the corner also allows you to disperse or recall any available knights to your side.

While progressing through the game's 20 available stages you'll level up and collect more knights and powers to help destroy your foes. The artwork is typically Anime inspired, with cute dwarfish sprites and plenty of special effects. There are four different environments to explore and five different game modes including attack, defend and capture scenarios and the occasional boss-battle.

Princess Fury is what an addictive action-RPG should be all about - the gameplay is kept simple, but through simple variety and constant rewards you'll always have a new goal to achieve. A must buy for fans of action games.

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Comments

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whyMikewhy 3 years, 10 months ago

great review! Ive been playing this game since its launch and love it. The game-play mechanics work wonderfully and i couldn't be more pleased. It really does present a challenge later down the rode in its normal mode and becomes fun to grind and get stronger and build a respectable army to your likening. The only thing it lacks is a story line. But i guess who needs that sometimes??

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andrew 3 years, 10 months ago

Yeah, it's one of those games that just assumes that beating up people is all you need to enjoy the game - a storyline would have just been the icing on the cake for the fun gameplay :)