Your Four Knight Princesses Headed To PS4, PS Vita, Nintendo Switch In 2018
Four Knight Princesses
(Last Updated On: November 12, 2017)

Nippon Ichi Software announced that a new game called Your Four Knight Princesses: Training Story is set to arrive on January 25th, 2018 for the PlayStation 4, PS Vita and for the Nintendo Switch.

The game is so far only scheduled to appear in Japan, but if you were interested in seeing what’s to come, the developers released a new three minute trailer for the upcoming JRPG that you can check out below.

The game is one of those over-the-top anime-style role-playing games, where you take command of your knights and train them up, chiding them, praising them, and scolding them along the way.

The dialogue sequences are really weird because as the characters talk they jiggle and wobble. And I don’t mean boob physics jiggling, I’m talking about the entire characters (both the males and females) jiggling and wobbling as they talk, like a non-rapey versin of Cosby’s Jello.

The game is kind of odd but cool. It plays out little bit like a hack-and-slash isometric title or more accurately, a MOBA.

You’ll have your knight and she’ll have her compatriots that will aid her in battle, offering additional defensive or offensive abilities as you tackle a wide range of different enemies.

I have to give Nippon Ichi props for stepping outside the box with this game. It has some beat-’em-up style properties in there along with some real-time strategy elements, too.

The four different knights offer you a different kind of waifu experience depending on what you want out of the gameplay experience. There’s the loli waifu, the cheerful waifu, the stern waifu, and even a monster-girl waifu. Nippon Ichi was really targeting each and every Otaku demographic with this game.

As mentioned, you can look for this very Japanese RPG to launch next year, in Japan, for PS Vita, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.


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