Penny-Punching Princess Celebrates North American Release with Launch Trailer

Penny-Punching Princess released on PS Vita and Nintendo Switch in North America today, so NISA put out an exciting launch trailer.

April 3, 2018

NIS America released its money-fueled beat ’em up Penny-Punching Princess in Europe back on March 30, but today, the game finally came out on Nintendo Switch and PS Vita in North America. To celebrate, a short but sweet gameplay-focused launch trailer was released.

For those of you who don’t know, Penny-Punching Princess has players take control of the titular Princess who loses her family and lands to evil Dragonloan family in the game’s (even moreso) money fueled world. To take the Dragonloan family down, must have to fight hordes of enemies with their money-infused powers.

The game will cost players $40, and is available both physically and digitally. Unfortunately, those of you in the UK won’t be able to pick the game up physically as its release had to be cancelled at the last second because of “unforeseen circumstances”. That being said, you North America players can still pick the game up physically for Nintendo Switch via Amazon.

You can check out the game’s launch trailer below. Penny-Punching Princess is currently available for PS Vita and Nintendo Switch in Japan, Europe, and North America.

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