Level-5 and Suda51's Guild01 3DS action game Liberation Maiden is being spun off into Liberation Maiden Sin, a PS3 visual novel from 5pb. (Steins;Gate), scheduled for December 5th. Get a look at the newly posted opening after the jump.
Level-5 and Suda51's Guild01 3DS action game Liberation Maiden is being spun off into Liberation Maiden Sin, a PS3 visual novel from 5pb. (Steins;Gate), scheduled for December 5th. A new preview offers a look at its cast, along with plenty of cut scene footage. Check it out after the jump.
Taking a departure from the high-flying shooting, Liberation Maiden Sin is a PS3 visual novel from 5pb. (Chaos;Head, Steins;Gate, Robotics;Notes), and you can catch a glimpse of the continuation in the teaser after the jump.
Given its bite-sized nature as part of Level-5's downloadable Guild01 series on Nintendo 3DS, it seemed unlikely we'd see more from Suda51's shooter, Liberation Maiden. It's appropriate, then, that the sequel comes in the unlikely form of visual novel Liberation Maiden Sin, which hits PlayStation 3 in Japan on December 5. More after the jump.
It's not too surprising considering the game's style, but it's nonetheless interesting to see that Suda51's Liberation Maiden—a shooter created for Level-5's Guild01 series of downloadable Nintendo 3DS games—has made the leap to iOS. More after the jump.
Lagging other regions by a little while, North America's Nintendo 3DS eShop gets full-scale 3D shooting game Liberation Maiden today. The mecha game draws together plenty of talent, from Level-5, Suda51 and anime studio BONES. See this robot launch after the jump.
We recently got an extended look at Suda51's Liberation Maiden, which is part of Level-5's Guild 01 series of downloadable Nintendo 3DS games. Now, thanks to the news ticker in the 3DS eShop, we know that Liberation Maiden is headed to North America on October 25. Read on for more.
Last week brought news of Level-5's Guild 01 3DS games making their way to the Nintendo 3DS eShop in the west, with three of the four scheduled for release this year. One of those games, Liberation Maiden, comes from Suda51, and is already available in Europe. For those of you still waiting to get your hands on it, check out an extended English preview after the jump.