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Vanguard Princess





Government experiments on a young girl triggered a cosmic shock wave that gifted many young girls with mystical powers. She re-emerges into the world and vows to destroy all of mankind in an act of revenge. A brave group of girls who embraced their powers head to the battlefield to confront her; not just for the sake of the world, but to pursue their own personal motives and dreams.

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Government experiments on a young girl triggered a cosmic shock wave that gifted many young girls with mystical powers. She re-emerges into the world and vows to destroy all of mankind in an act of revenge. A brave group of girls who embraced their powers head to the battlefield to confront her; not just for the sake of the world, but to pursue their own personal motives and dreams.

  • Choose from ten girls with unique fighting skills and pair them with a powerful partner to form an unstoppable team.

  • Navigate the adventures of a Vanguard Princess in the Story Mode or engage in head-to-head battles in the Versus Mode.

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Tomoaki Sugeno
Friday, February 28, 2014
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
  • Processor: Pentium III 400MHz, 128MB RAM
  • Memory: 1 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Graphics card with 32MB Video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 7.0
  • Hard Drive: 400 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: 4-button game controller (Optional)
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Reviews for Vanguard Princess

Manga-ish fighting game

Pretty much what you can see in the screen caps. Ten playable characters (you can buy 2 special characters!) and a simple yet enjoyable experience. If you like fighting games and anime/manga you will enjoy this. As opposed to BlazBlue, Vanguard Princess it's more ''traditional'', it doesn't even have hi res backgrounds or 3D elements. It's pretty much like Street Fighter. It's a must have if you like this kind of drawing and/or fighting games!

Anime Fighter!

Indie fighting game, anime theme, small cast of fighters, all chicks, and lolis.. there's only a few reasons of why you would pick this game: 1 you like anime 2 you love anime 3 you really really love anime. Honestly if your not into anime, you would be making a mistake getting this game, even if you like fighting games if your not into anime you will be saying "W T F" every 2 seconds. The history mode sucks, there is no real argument, and to make things worst, a multiplayer mode that was spoke of but never got into the main game... I gonna be fully honest here people, this game was literally F2P, you could download the drm free version from the official site, and the steam version does has 1 more extra character (that is pay dlc) and a more updated version then the drm free one, but I cannot tell ya to buy it, because without multiplayer no idea if is even worth 1 dollar. On a good side, animations are well done, graphics are OK, and is fun to play, tho very unbalanced, is fun. IF you have someone to play it, well get it, for play vs the cpu only I don't think you should buy it, but is up to you really, if you like anime like I do, you will probably pick this one up. Have Fun!

Halfway from doujinshi and retail products

Vanguard Princess is a bad game according to retail standards but extremely well executed according to average doujinshi standards... given the price I'd just say it's a low budget nice game. While animations and effects are definitely on par with old-school 2d competitor fighting games, mechanics, which probably are the most important compartment on a fighting game, are definitely not good. I'd say mechanics are just a copy paste from different games without thinking too much about balance. Speaking of balance there are balance issues also with game characters because, again, they didn't work much on that compartment. Another thing that is completely lacking is "technical" execution: you have no screen resolution options (this hurts) and no tutorial whatsoever. So the first time you play this you have to figure out the controls/mechanics mid-fight, fighting on a small 640x480 window... As a side note I'd like to tell you where they focused their work on: "ecci". Characters are female only, from childish to "mature", loli-dressed or just undressed and often showing "pantsu" or bouncing boobs. If you're into that this game is a must have. To recap, the game is definitely not a solid fighter but without doubts it is fun to play if you like old school fighting games. Given the price, I'd like to recommend the game to everynyan!

Sub-par Fighting

So I got this game (or was given it rather) as I don't really have any fighters on my computer, and while I am not an in depth fighter, I do enjoy fighting games a lot...And rather than just adding ones I've already played I thought I would try to get some new ones that I've never experienced before...I've played quite a few, ranging from Mortal Kombat, Blazblue, Tekken, Street Fighter, Persona Arena, etc... So I had seen this around, relatively inexpensive as well, and thought I would give it a shot...I quickly came to find out why it was so inexpensive... Lets start with look of the game... While each character model is actually nicely done and the backgrounds aren't to shabby the menus are pretty lack luster....There are a few nice visuals during special attacks, though ending battle scenes look like those old fashion snes fighter screens, though with font that feels like casual text font... The music and audio can be a little blah. Nothing amazing but not horrible. Voice acting is your typical japanese style. Gameplay to me is what this is all about, and seems to be rather lacking...First off you can choose from Story mode, Versus and........that's it...and what is more is that versus mode can only be done between two people...not person vs. computer....You can turn on practice mode by having the second player press (p) then your health will regen and you can have unlimited special and support....but other than that this is the extent of the modes.... The fighting itself isn't terrible. 10 girls with their own movesets (despite beign very limited movesets) and 5 assist girls with even fewer moves...Honestly I think the game would be better without the assist girls as when you have 4 girls lumped in a corner sometimes it is hard to see what is going on....The hitboxes aren't the best either, as sometimes, despite your move visually striking a character if they are just above it or back enough it wont register.... Overall its not bad for a cheap fighter...but I'd prefer something with a little more polish..

Explosive fighting of combos

If you like this kind of games, you must get it. The fights went pretty fast and unless you know your character. So I can say: it's a great and excellent 2D fighting game. However, once you have a gamepad and you mastered the controls of a character, fights became really intense where your reactivity is brought to its limits. About the music, voices and sounds are also good, it creates a good atmosphere. About the game, it's a hard game. But, this statement is also a drawback as, in hard mode, the final boss is sincerely unbeatable, for example, the final boss (She is powerful, but it should not be that much. She can attack you from distance instantly and without any pause. She can also teleport when engage in hand-to-hand combat). Regarding the characters, they have a good balance between the different fighters. Playing Vanguard Princess is a explosive fighting of combos are well thought, and the game has a good lifespan. An excellent game with a small price. [★★★★★★★☆☆☆] Graphics [★★★★★★★★☆☆] Sounds [★★★★★★★☆☆☆] Gameplay I recommend this game.

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