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Platform PS Vita Publisher Konami Digital Entertainment Developer AQ Interactive Release Date 2012-10-02



New Little King's Story review: a crooked crown

New Little King's Story begins with young King Corobo losing his crown, castle and a cadre of princesses during a siege by a mysterious evil force. Corobo is forced to start from scratch in the tiny village of Alpoko, rebuilding his kingdom and army to rescue the captive princesses and win back his throne. The early moments of New Little King's Story play like a traditional, sword-swinging action-RPG, but as the once and future king, your responsibilities quickly escalate. As you hunt down gold to build the kingdom's treasury, you decide where to allocate funds. Should you build more farmhouses to encourage population growth or a theater to make your current villagers happy? Or maybe you'd rather blow your budget on a rare set of armor from the shady merchant...

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'New Little King's Story' shows off trailer before next week's launch

The much anticipated New Little King's Story for the PlayStation Vita will be arriving on the PlayStation Network on October 2nd. In the lead-up to its launch, developer XSEED Games has released a launch trailer that shows off the ways Vita functionality has been integrated into the game. Players will be able to use the touch screen to lead their citizens by either tapping on individual citizens or tracing a circle around a group of citizens to command them. The touch screen interface can also be used to open and jump over objects, as well as build monuments in the kingdom. "The new PS Vita version will allow players to engage more deeply with their fellow characters, compared to the highly popular Wii version of the game," assistant producer at XSEED Games, Takanori Murayama said in...

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'New Little King's Story' coming to PlayStation Vita on October 2nd

New Little King's Story, the sequel life-simulation role-playing game Little King's Story, is coming to PlayStation Vita on October 2nd, publisher Konami announced today. New Little King's Story will be a downloadable title and can be played in both 2D and 3D. The game utilizes the Vita's touch controls and includes online co-op multiplayer and leaderboards. The game follows series protagonist King Corobo on his quest to win his kingdom back from the evil "Nightmare." There are seven new kingdoms to explore, each one holding a royal princess captive. In assuming their kingly duty, players must plan out strategies and lead their Royal Guard into battle against each kingdom's evil lord. The first Little King's Story was published by Xseed Games for the Nintendo Wii in 2009.

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North America
  • PlayStation Vita
    • Released 10/02/2012
    • Publisher Konami Digital Entertainment
    • Developer AQ Interactive
    • Score 6.5
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