April 2, 2009
Atlus pushes Steal Princess into
May, soothes wounds of disappointment with Spoils Mini-poster for your thoughts?
Atlus U.S.A., Inc. today announced
that Steal Princess, the genre-bending puzzle-platformer for Nintendo DS™, has
been delayed until May 19th. Unrelated to the delay but serving as a special
treat to fans that either pre-order or pick up the game at launch, each and
every copy of Steal Princess will include a special mini-poster with beautiful
art inspired by the game.
"Releasing a few weeks later gives
us more time to familiarize gamers with this creative, original title," stated
Tim Pivnicny, VP of Sales and Marketing at Atlus. "Because Steal Princess will
be available through fewer sales channels and in smaller quantities than other
Atlus releases, finding the optimal launch conditions is critical to ensuring
that this daring new release avoids getting lost in an already busy April."
The mini-poster extra, selected by
fans through online voting, will be tucked behind the cover art, ensuring it
reaches pre-order and launch date customers in perfect condition. This continues
the Atlus Spoils program that provides fan-favorite extras with many Atlus games
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3-D puzzle platformer — Dive into
a playing field of simple design, but deceptively complex challenge, that
combines action elements with puzzle-solving skills on a 3-D, isometric plane.
Jump, swing, climb, and attack as you search for the key to complete each
Over 150 levels to beat — Levels
spanning different geographies and requiring different strategies deliver on
the promise of true breadth.
Play them again to beat your best
times, earn higher rankings, earn better endings, and collect more gems to
Create and trade custom levels —
A robust custom map maker lets you construct levels with any enemies, items,
and victory conditions you want. Trade maps with other players over Nintendo
Wi-Fi Connection and local wireless for a never ending challenge!
Steal Princess has been rated "E10"
for Everyone 10 and older with Language, Mild Fantasy Violence, and Suggestive
Themes by the ESRB.