Fat Princess Adventures

Rating Summary

Based on 18 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

66

Top Critic Average

17%

Critics Recommend

Based on 18 critic reviews
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Dec 11, 2015

Fat Princess Adventures is colourful and endearing at first, but the proof is in the gameplay pudding. Unsatisfying, flimsy combat and class-specific loot drops make extended play a real grind. Pity.

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6 / 10
Dec 9, 2015

Not the full fat sequel that fans will have been waiting for but an enjoyable, if extremely shallow, four-player Diablo clone.

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5 / 10
Jan 13, 2016

Fat Princess Adventures' charm and humor fail to elevate it above its mediocre premise.

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7 / 10.0
Dec 7, 2015

Fat Princess Adventures is an enjoyable distraction for hardcore fans of the hack-and-slash genre, but now I just want a proper new Princess game.

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5 / 10
Jan 6, 2016

Unfortunately, Fat Princess Adventures comes across as something of a missed opportunity. For one thing, it's a genre shift which will disappoint those who want more of the multiplayer carnage from the original, but while there's still fun to be had, this is a fairly shallow game which leans too close to the childlike facade of the art style.

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5 / 10.0
Dec 13, 2015

Fat Princess Advenures is a nice, little and... boring experience. The real problem, here, is the shallow combat system.

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Dec 11, 2015

Fat Princess Adventures still has the same humor and charm of the original, but without the PvP multiplayer it feels like a step back. The campaign is interesting enough, but feels pretty shallow compared to other games, and doesn't do enough to draw players in for the entire time.

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7 / 10.0
Dec 10, 2015

Fat Princess is a fun, well made, but ultimately shallow four-player hack and slash with a cutesy aesthetic and amusing writing.

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7 / 10
Dec 11, 2015

Fat Princess Adventures won't be winning any awards for originality, but as a casual co-op game to play over the holiday, it's a solid choice. The combat is shallow, but fun nonetheless, and the game makes it easy to switch classes and items to keep things interesting. It's made the transition to hack-'n'-slash surprisingly well, and while there are many hoping for the traditional multiplayer to make a comeback, this spin-off holds its own as a family friendly action game – so long as you turn the gore off.

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7 / 10.0
Dec 12, 2015

Fat Princess Adventures is a pleasant hack-'n-slash romp with a wonderfully silly sense of humour. It lacks depth, and replay value, but as a budget game to play with friends it offers fine value for money.

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