* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Americans Love Code of Princess]]: As mentioned in CriticalDissonance, it sold surprisingly well in the USA for a relatively obscure, animesque hack & slash.
* CriticalDissonance: ''Code Of Princess'' received mixed to positive reviews from critics , but sold [[http://www.polygon.com/2013/6/21/4453412/code-of-princess-performs-surprisingly-well-in-us-sparks-talk-of surprisingly well]] in the US. Ironically the game performed so-so in its native home Japan. The producer, Yasuo Nakajima, said he would like to do a sequel on PS4 or XboxOne because of the game's success in the states.
* ThatOneBoss: Liongate, if you've been spreading your experience points across all four characters rather than LevelGrinding a single fighter. Doesn't help that he's a LightningBruiser with his own Burst mode, has a poke attack that interrupts your combo starters, and is surrounded by a squad of {{Mook Lieutenant}}s who have ''much'' better AI than the enemies before this point.
* ViewerGenderConfusion: At first, many people thought [[http://static2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130710041321/codeofprincess/images/0/0b/Ali_baba.jpg Ali-Baba]] was a guy. It didn't help with her [[{{Bifauxnen}} bifauxnen]] [[{{Pettanko}} features]] and [[GenderBlenderName name]]. By now anyone who played the game knows her gender, but somebody unfamiliar with the title might do a double-take to her appearance.