Princess Maker 3: Fairy Tales Come True Comes West; Stealthily Released on Steam

Princess Maker 3: Fairy Tales Come True Comes West; Stealthily Released on Steam

CFK Co., Ltd. launched the raising-princess simulator Princess Maker 3: Fairy Tales Come True in the west for PC-via Steam.

Originally released on January 24, 1997 for the PlayStation, Princess Maker 3: Fairy Tales Come True has made its way onto various consoles and now finds a release on Steam 20 years later.

The game was not a full numbered title of the Princess Maker series at launch, but has gained the reputation of being the third and has sense picked up the name.

The game features a young fairy girl who wishes to become a human princess. She gets a blessing from the Fairy Queen to receive a miracle to become a human.

The player will assume the role of the girl’s adoptive father and raise her to be his own. After some time, a fairy named Uzu appears to assist the player, which adds a new feature called “Occupation”, where players will be able to select their job.

Players can schedule 15 days ahead using the scheduling system, but it’s good to pay attention because unique rivals and events make an appearance to add drama elements to the game.

Additionally, the voice actress for the daughter in-game is ‘Yukana Nogami’, a famous Japanese voice actress who took on many popular roles in anime such as Meiling Li from Cardcaptor Sakura, Kanna from Inuyasha and more.

The Steam release features a more simplified UI, improved Class/Part Time Job animation, animated pixel characters, and event screen with large character illustrations.

You can check out the Steam trailer and screenshots below: