Video Games: Vanguard Princess

So I guess I’ll take the time to talk about a video game. How about this one?

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This game is freaking fabulous.

So, what exactly is Vanguard Princess, you ask? Well, it’s a fighting game that bills itself as a “2-on-2 fighting game”. So, in addition to the ten characters you can choose from, you also have four “support” characters that assist you, though I’m not too sure how you control them.

I really liked the graphics in this game. The sprites are very well drawn, almost hand-drawn in quality. I like crisp, clean 2D graphics in general, so it’s a nice visual treat. The cutscenes look nice as well. In addition, there’s lots and lots of moe. So if you’re a fan of that, you’ll feel at home. Moe, moe, kyun~…

The controls are somewhat similar to Street Fighter in the sense that you’ve got a six-button layout. I haven’t got any real practice to see just what all the buttons do, as I don’t know how to access the practice mode. I assume some of the buttons control your support character, as well. So buttons are up in the air at this point.

Overall, it’s an okay game, for what it’s worth. After all, it’s free for download, so you can play and (hopefully) write up something better than I can. Until next time.

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