Princess Maker 2 Regeneration Out Now on Nintendo Switch and PC; PlayStation Versions Coming in August

Publisher Bliss Brain has announced that developer Monkey Craft’s game Princess Maker 2 Regeneration is now available on Nintendo Switch and PC.

The game is also coming to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 but not until August 8 so the team can apply some altered illustrations to ones that didn’t comply with Sony’s standards.

You can watch the trailer and learn more about this updated release below.

New Graphics Breathe New Life Into A Classic
The  revitalised presentation and look of the pivotal  characters are now rendered in high resolution, and the backgrounds are more detailed than ever before. This allows players to fully immerse themselves in the world of Princess Maker 2 Regeneration.

About Princess Maker 2

Princess Maker 2 is a unique simulation RPG in which players take on the role of a father raising his daughter from the age of 10 to 18. This is one of the many skills the player must oversee. Players must make choices that will affect their daughter’s personality, skills, and future. The game has been praised for its deep gameplay and emotional story.

Princess Maker 2 Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Princess Maker 2 was originally released in 1993 for the PC-98 and has since been ported to multiple platforms and has been enjoyed by millions of players around the world. Princess Maker 2 Regeneration is a celebration of the game’s 30th anniversary.

New Opening Anime Added

Princess Maker 2 Regeneration now  features a new opening anime produced by Gainax. The anime, which was directed by Takami Akai, sets the stage for the player’s journey as a father.

Managing Your Daughter’s Status is Key to Success

In Princess Maker 2 Regeneration, it is important to constantly monitor your daughter’s status in order to make informed decisions about her upbringing. The game displays your daughter’s status parameters on the screen, making it easy to see how she is doing.

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