Kamihime Project Releases Today On Nutaku

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Kamihime Project Releases Today On Nutaku

February 15, 2017

By: Andrew Stretch

Available for the first time to English-speaking audiences Gaming Portal Nutaku is releasing Kamihime Project via their website. Kamihime Project, which translates to Goddess Princess, originally released in Japanese on DMM.com and DMM.co.jp, two of Japan's largest gaming portals. In this Adventure RPG title, it is up to you to train your fighters and reclaim lost kingdoms as you seek to rid the world of evil.

Kamihime Project gives you the ability to create a team of Divine Princesses and fight against monsters in turn-based battles. As you play you will be able to level up your allies giving them new abilities and collecting all manner of items to help strengthen your team. While a lot of the game is spent out on the battlefield there is also a fair bit of time spent of recruiting and enhancing your various goddesses. During this mode you can interact with over 100 fully animated characters, each completely voice acted.


As well as the full game there will also be a variety of regular updates from the developers adding in new items, characters, and abilities into the game. Weekly special events will also be open to all of the players giving people the chance to collect one-off characters.

The constant flow of updates and content to English audiences is both a tribute to Nutaku's dedicated players and an opportunity to bring the world of Kamihime Project to life.
Kamihime Project will be available as a free to play title on Nutaku. In order to play all that is required is a computer running Windows 7/8/10 or OSX 10 and the latest versions of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

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What do you think of Nutaku bringing this popular JRPG to English speaking audiences? Do you think that you'll give the game a try? Are there any other games you'd like to see appear on Nutaku?

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