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Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? Screenshots and Images - PSP

Game Description:Note: Bonus Disc is included with purchase of this title, but not with rental.Prinnies are slaves of the evil Etna, humans sent to the Netherworld to pay their dues for lives of wrong. Etna has decided she wants the perfect dessert. So she chooses you, a Prinny, to collect all the ingredients for it! Start the level with 1,000 lives - you'll need them. You'll side-scroll your way through various areas of the Netherworld. Slash and shoot through the demons who reside there, then claim their ingredients for your own. You'll jump, slash wildly with your double swords, and stomp enemies to stun them. It's up to you to prove that even a henchman can become the hero!
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