Princess Maker 4 announced for PS2

Official Japanese Web site open for classic daughter-raising simulator.

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TOKYO--It's been eight years since Ginax released its last installment in the Princess Maker simulation game series. However, today the company announced that a new title in the classic cult-hit life simulation series is on its way to the PS2 in spring of 2005.

Princess Maker 4 (tentative title), like previous series' installments, puts the player in the role of a father who raises a young daughter by sending her to school and teaching her about life. This time, series artist Takami Akai will be supervising the game creation rather than drawing its art. Princess Maker 4's graphics will be designed by Naoto Tenhiro, who is best known for his work Sister Princess, which was a reader-participation project in the manga magazine Dengeki G'z before being turned into a game series that spanned multiple platforms, including the PS2.

Princess Maker 4 is being developed by GeneX, which has also ported Princess Maker 1 and 2 to the PS2. Fans of the series can check out the official site, which opened today.

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