Code of Princess Is Even Cheaper In North America Now

By Ishaan . July 23, 2013 . 9:00am

Whacky brawler-meets-RPG Code of Princess is on sale on the Nintendo eShop in North America once again, and this time it’s even cheaper.


The last time Code of Princess went on sale was in May. Back then, its price was permanently lowered to $29.99. This time, it’s been further discounted to $19.99. The discount will remain in effect until July 28th.


In case you need to get caught up, you can read our playtest of Code of Princess here.


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  • Hollowkoopa

    Maybe i will buy it with the $30 i got from SMT4 and FEA.

    • Corey Owens

      Had the same idea

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    …… seems that this is what Nintendo TRUE plan lol.

    By giving the free 30 bucks and then making sales for several games which in the end will make the gamers adding more money to get more of those games.

    Great Play by Nintendo.^_^

  • Lazulis

    I’m saving my 30 for Unchained or Ace Attorney…though that’s some cheap Code of Princess. If it were my type of game, I’d be so tempted.

  • James Williams

    And here in the UK we can’t even get a damn demo of this.

    • US doesn’t have a demo, either.

      • James Williams

        But you can go physically buy it, and if you don’t like it you can trade it in!
        UK is Digital only.

        • miju

          Ow that does suck. It’s fun but not GAME OF THE YEAR fun.

          • James Williams

            That’s what i hear a lot, but m not going to put £25 down on something i’m not 100% on.

        • shadowind

          I’ll be glad when somebody hacks the 3DS so import games on card can be played on a EU 3DS as Nintendo’s decision to region lock it was the most dumbass decision ever made in their history!!!

          • James Williams

            100% agree!
            I’d still buy games on it i’d just finally have some full choice.

  • I bought it full price. No problems.

    Plus side is now a whole bunch of people will get it because it’s cheaper and I’ll have more people to have fun with.

    • ShawnOtakuSomething

      same lol

  • Brimfyre

    Buy it now and save some money.

    So you can afford a PS4 to play the sequel!

    • Lightthrower

      There’s a sequel announced for PS4?

      • Brimfyre

        The creator says he wants the sequel to be on PS4 or Xbox-One.

        Personally, I think it’s one of the most boneheaded gaming decisions I’ve heard in a while (well not really Dead Rising 3 is pretty good too), but a lot of people disagreed with me in the original story.

  • JMaster3000

    Whao….. 20$ is 12.5 Euro…. if it drops to that price in Europe which won’t for sure, then i would buy it.

  • vileBrenman

    II Am so angry! I had just bought it with my Free thirty bucks! I bought it for the full thirty! I should have waited!

    • Antixono


  • Should I use my 30$ for this, Project x Zone or SMT IV’s DLC :S?

    • TheExile285

      Project x Zone

    • AuraGuyChris

      Project X Zone was solely made for fanservice material. Otherwise, you’ll be having a weird time trying to understand its controls.
      SMT IV’s DLC breaks the game if you go for easy experience and money, but luckily the outfits are nearly one dollar.

      • mike dickson

        not if you read the tutorial and play the demos then you should have a fine time playing the game

    • Lightthrower

      While not as good as Namco X Capcom, PxZ is still very good and is more worth it than DLC.

  • Raltrios

    IF I feel like getting SMTIV, I’ll probably use that $30 on Unchained Blades. I hear this is way too bad to bother with, even if it’s discounted. Sidescrollers aren’t really my thing anyway if they’re not Crash Bandicoot-related.

    • Lightthrower

      I forgot that Unchained Blades was released on the eShop, I gotta get that someday.

  • Vash bane

    sad time not to have a 3ds :(

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