Summary: Steal Princess is a game where you take control of Anise, a master thief. You've been tasked, against your will mind you, to become the hero of the land and save the Prince, who has been captured by demons. The levels are a mix of puzzles and platforming for the most part. Sometimes you need to kill all the enemies before advancing, sometimes you have to use them to get ahead, and you really have to think on some levels on how to get to the next one.
Summary: Didn't come with the poster I heard this game includes. :C Oh well, Steal Princess is still an underrated puzzle slash RPG gem which is suited probably to the more patient gamer. The art is great, though for some reason a character on the front of the box is censored...
Summary: You play as Anise, a notorious young thief, who finds herself way in over her head during her last quest for wealth. She finds herself in the custody of the King and to regain her freedom she reluctantly agrees to resque the King's son, Prince Oliver who is being held captive by the Demons. In order to rescue the Prince, you have to go through stages set out in a 3D world all the while avoiding traps, fighting enemies and using items.
Summary: Atlus U.S.A. is foremost in the industry when it comes to localizing niche Japanese titles for American audiences. Steal Princess, a quirky action/platformer/puzzler of sorts, is among the company's latest efforts, but perhaps this is one title Atlus should have left in Japan. The game involves Anise, a young thief who suddenly finds herself tasked (read: forced) with rescuing the King's kidnapped son from a legion of demons.
Summary: The Good: Atlus once again comes out with a solid effort at the roleplaying genre. The Bad: Like Knights in the Nightmare, it is hampered by poor stylus design and difficult puzzling. This game is worth the money if you enjoy constant trial and error to figure out what is desired, while all along the lack of an ingame tutorial (or, at least, an ingame tutorial that appears to be stretched out over most of the opening section of the game) hampers your efforts.