Princess Maker 2 Regeneration delay
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Princess Maker 2 Regeneration Delayed to 2024

Bliss Brain announced that Princess Maker 2 Regeneration will no longer come out on December 21, 2023. Instead, it has to delay the game until May 30, 2024. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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According to Bliss Brain, the reason for the delay is so that the company can improve on the current quality of the game. The company apologizes to customers looking forward to the game.

Princess Maker 2 Regeneration is an enhanced port of Princess Maker 2 Refine, which came out in 2004. Refine itself is a port, and the original Princess Maker 2 came out in 1993, thirty years ago. Some new changes in Regeneration include new illustrations and art. Regeneration uses Refine’s graphics, but for Regeneration, Takami Akai (who worked on the original Princess Maker) redrew it to look closer to the original 90s aesthetic. There will also be a new anime opening, with Gainax as the studio.

Princess Maker 2 is a life and raising simulation game in which you play as the father of a girl, who came from a star. You have eight years to raise your daughter, starting from age 10 and ending at age 18. Things that you can do include sending your daughter to classes or work, as well as letting her go on adventures. There are multiple endings depending on your daughter’s stats and such. Regeneration will also add a function to always display your daughter’s parameters so that you can easily plan ahead.

Princess Maker 2 Regeneration will come out on the PS4, PS5, Windows PC, and Nintendo Switch on May 30, 2024.

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