Peach Princess

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Peach Princess
Industry Computer games
Genre Bishōjo Games, Visual Novels
Headquarters San Diego, California, US

Peach Princess is a California-based English translator, publisher and distributor of Japanese bishōjo games. To date, all its releases have been adult games, which has made it one of the few companies in North America with games rated "Adults Only" by the ESRB.


Many of Peach Princess' releases, such as Brave Soul, Tokimeki Check-In!, Water Closet: The Forbidden Chamber, and the X-Change series, were developed by Crowd, a Japanese bishōjo game studio. Peach Princess is a subsidiary of JAST USA, owned by Peter Payne.[1]

Its forums are one of the most common gathering places on the Internet for English-speaking fans of bishōjo games, even those not distributed by Peach Princess, and the company watches the posts in the forums to gauge opinions of current and potential future releases.[citation needed]

Games Published[edit]

Peach Princess has published over 15 games in the United States. Every game of theirs published thus far has only been made available for Microsoft Windows, something in large part due to all games with a rating of AO (for Adults Only) by the Entertainment Software Rating Board having been banned - by Sony and Microsoft both - on home console systems: The PlayStation and Xbox, respectively.[2][3]

Peach Princess label[4][5][6][edit]

Title Date Developer
X-Change March 9, 2001 Crowd
Snow Drop May 7, 2001 Will
Water Closet: The Forbidden Chamber July 2001 Guilty (Will)
Tokimeki Check-in! August 9, 2001 Crowd
Critical Point March 2002 Sweet Basil
X-Change 2 June 3, 2003 Crowd
Brave Soul November 4, 2003 Crowd
Gibo: Stepmother's Sin May 28, 2004 Guilty
Little My Maid December 24, 2004 Will
Doushin: Same Heart May 24, 2006 Crowd
X-Change 3 July 18, 2006 Crowd
Yin-Yang! X-Change Alternative December 15, 2006 Crowd
Yume Miru Kusuri: A Drug That Makes You Dream April 25, 2007 Rúf
Princess Waltz October 31, 2008 Pulltop
Moero Downhill Night October 30, 2009 Top
Moero Downhill Night 2 June 29, 2010 Top
Escalation: Yukkuri Panic! July 8, 2011 Rolling Star
Moero Downhill Night Blaze December 3, 2012 Top
Starless May 11, 2015 Empress

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "AX 2006: Interview w/ Peter Payne, Head of Peach Princess", Advanced Media Network, July 4, 2006.
  2. ^ "Peach Princess". JAST USA. Retrieved 2014-04-09.
  3. ^ "Peach Princess Company Information". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2010-11-20.
  4. ^ Bishoujo Games (Peach Princess) (2003)
  5. ^ Bishoujo Games (Peach Princess) (2007)
  6. ^ Bishoujo Games (Peach Princess) (2015)

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