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Liberation Maiden (3DS eShop)

Game Profile

Pulled from the Guild01 compilation released at retail in Japan, three original games from LEVEL-5 and several well-known Japanese collaborators will launch in the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS.

In collaboration with Grasshopper Manufacture's SUDA 51, LIBERATION MAIDEN is set 100 years in the future, when the president of Japan boards her Liberator, Kamui, and fights to free her country one region at a time.

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by Marcel van Duyn

Maiden voyage

A few months ago, Japan received the 3DS game Guild01, essentially a compilation of four specially developed games, each created by different well-known designers. Instead of simply releasing the collection in the west, Level 5 has chosen to instead...

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User Comments (15)



PinkSpider said:

It's excellent but far to short I downloaded at about midnight last night completed the first 3 levels that night and them woke up early morning and completed the last 2 levels before 7 o'clock in the morning.
Mini review very nice visuals not incredible but do the job however stage 5 is beautiful, the sound effects are excellent ( will need a decent pair of headphones I'm using skull candy) the music is great and the cool Japanese songs that play are really cool.
The controls work well and I didnt get to much hand cramp, however at first moving the mech around did feel weird but that was trivial
If u love cool Japanese anime mech, lockon shooters then u cant go wrong with this game
If u can get past that it is incredibly short, score attack chasers will like this game but there seems to be no online leader boards



PinkSpider said:

I cant put it down at the moment I'd give it a 9 out of 10 but for how short it is with next to no content bar unlocking some gallery pictures, Its probably a solid 7 out of 10.
But im loving it to much right now to give it that
The Stage 5 Boss alone deserves a 9 out of 10 the graphics are stunning lol
and its very tough and ive not even tried it on hard yet

Edit: I really hope for some DLC i would even pay for it thats how much im enjoying this game



PinkSpider said:

Your welcome mate let me know what you think when you get it
Hope i havent let you down



SkywardLink98 said:

How long will this game be? Length is a major factor when I'm purchasing games,and as this was part of a collection I'm worried it'll be really short.



Aaiyem said:

I completely agree with PinkSpider, this game is great, very addicting, and not too hard to look at (especially stage 5). However it is unforgivably short. Yes it's an eshop game that cost just $8, but i have played other same price or less expensive games that had much more gameplay, and where just as good as far as quality goes (Sakura Samurai & Lets golf 3D just to name a couple) Bottom line, just as PinkSpider said, im having a tough time putting it down right now, even after beating the game, because its that fun and well put together, but i can't shake the feeling of remorse over how soon i know ill be done with it, and i really don't want to be finished with it yet. I will say the ending left you feeling there may be extra downloadable content coming soon. Rather its a sequel or just added levels, I'll be on the look out!



Aaiyem said:

@SkywardLink98 Its 5 stages long, with about 4 level segments within each stage, and those segments pass at less than 5 minutes each depending on level of difficulty and playing skill. You could definitely knock this game out in an hour if you play it straight through on easy. I would say a good average for game length would be at around 1:30:00-1:50:00. Yes, it is an incredibly short game...but still very fun.



eirikr said:

I am not giving my money for this , the game looks awful ... it reminds me somehow the flying scenes of Kid Icarus Uprising game , another awful game that don ' t know how did it good on sales an reviews



Kolzig said:

The game is quite Japanese style crazy fun, but it's a shame there is no option for Japanese voice acting in the European release. The english voice acting is well done, but I'd prefer if they'd have gone the way Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale did, the song is really lovely in the beginning of that game!

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