Penny Punching Princess coming west for Switch, PS Vita on March 20 in North America, March 23 in Europe

The Princess is Money-Hungry for western dollars.

Penny Punching Princess

Penny Punching Princess, known in Japan as The Princess is Money-Hungry, is coming to PS Vita and Switch in North America on March 20, 2018 and in Europe on March 23, NIS America announced at Anime Expo 2017.

A Switch limited edition including a copy of the game on cartridge, Royal Family lapel pins, Sebastian and Coin key chain, Credit Card-shaped 2G USB with official soundtrack, and collector’s gold bar box is now available for pre-order on the NIS Amrica Online Store.

Here is an overview of the game, via NIS America:

About

In a world ruled by capitalism, cash is king!

Use the money you gather to bribe enemies to fight for you, activate deadly traps with your dough, and when all else fails, smash all that stand against you with your fists! Fight your way from nothing and amass treasures to take on the mighty Dragoloan family and reclaim your kingdom!

Key Features

  • Cash Rules Everything Around Me – Fight smarter, not harder! Bribe your enemies to fight for you, or activate deadly traps to turn the tide of battle in this fast-paced brawler.
  • Who Says You Can’t Buy Popularity – Recruit/Buy flunkies to your cause to unlock stronger equipment and master over 70 special moves based on weapons you craft!
  • A Madcap Romp of Dollars & Dragons – Embark on a wildly funny adventure as Princess, a girl robbed of her royal heritage in a world obsessed with money.

Watch the announcement trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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