Chinese developer UltiZen Games is on the verge of releasing Princess Fury, an arcade style beat 'em up with additional gameplay elements that could add quite a bit of depth to the game. In Princess Fury, the standard "save the princess" theme is turned on its head, as in this game the princess is the one responsible for saving the land from evil.

Princess Fury not only has an impressive art style, but also an equally impressive feature list. 20 different levels are included in locales ranging from forests to castles, along with 5 different objectives for completing the various levels such as killing everything, escorting someone, or slaying a boss. 100 enemies can be on screen at once, and mowing them down will require a balance of sword fighting, magical spells, and commanding servants in real time.

According to the UltiZen, intelligent management of your magic spells, as well as how you command your servants will be vital to completing levels. There is an experience system in place to both increase the strength of your princess as well as your servants. If you get stuck on a level, you'll be able to go back and grind through already completed ones for additional experience before moving on.

The developers have posted an official thread in our forums, and mentioned the release date as June 3rd. This is definitely a game we're looking forward to.

  • Cookies

    Nice graphics and sounds like a fun game.

  • Cookies

    Nice graphics and sounds like a fun game.

  • Bosconian

    This looks really good. Love the gameplay concept. Hope the execution supports the concept.

  • Bosconian

    This looks really good. Love the gameplay concept. Hope the execution supports the concept.

  • psyc

    Looks like so many of those cartoony Korean or Chinese MMOs. Gameplay quality varies on those types of games but outside the grind they are usually pretty fun. Anyway I know it's not an MMO but I've grown to enjoy this artstyle so I'm pretty excited to pick this one up (assuming it's not too pricey).

  • psyc

    Looks like so many of those cartoony Korean or Chinese MMOs. Gameplay quality varies on those types of games but outside the grind they are usually pretty fun. Anyway I know it's not an MMO but I've grown to enjoy this artstyle so I'm pretty excited to pick this one up (assuming it's not too pricey).