Review: The Liar Princess And The Blind Prince (PS4) | Beneath The Tangles


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Review: The Liar Princess And The Blind Prince (PS4)

Developer: Nippon Ichi Software
Publisher: NIS America
Genre: PlatformerAdventure
PlatformsSwitchPlayStation 4
Rating: Everyone

Once upon a time, there was a kingdom surrounded by a dangerous forest full of monsters. No one dared enter for fear of being attacked. A witch was also found to live there, making matters worse. But the prince of this kingdom wandered into the forest anyway, and heard beautiful singing coming from a place he could not see. Clapping for the singer once she finished, he continued to return and became curious about who exactly was singing.

The siren of the forest was actually a monstrous wolf, who had taken a liking to the attention the prince was giving her. Though he hadn’t seen her, she knew he would flee if he saw her. Unexpectedly, the prince climbed up the rocky platform where the music came from to finally meet whomever it was. The wolf was surprised and slashed at his eyes, blinding the prince. Although he was rescued, but the prince was locked away in the castle since his parents were ashamed of his condition.

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Feeling guilty for her actions, the wolf sought counsel from the witch of the forest, who gave a solution: I will transform you into a human if you give me your singing voice. The wolf agreed, and she turned into a princess. The wolf was also granted the ability to return to her true form when she wanted, and with that, she left to visit the prince. Since the prince could not see, he believed that the wolf was a princess and she helped him escape. Their plan was to visit the witch of the forest and restore his sight, while the liar princess has to conceal her true identity to the prince all the while…

Review: The Liar Princess And The Blind Prince (PS4)

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