Liberation Maiden SIN Visual Novel's 1st Promo Streamed
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
The official website for Liberation Maiden SIN, the 5pb. visual novel spinoff of Level 5 and Goichi "Suda 51" Suda's Liberation Maiden (Kaihō Shōjo) shooter, updated with a promotional video on Friday. The video narrated by Kana Hanazawa (voice of President Shōko Ōzora) introduces the game's main characters and staff and features Marina's opening theme song "Kimi wa Mō, Hitori Janai" (You're Not Alone Anymore).
The game follows Kiyoto Kaidō, a mind reader working for President Shōko Ōzora who was the protagonist of the original Liberation Maiden game. The game's cast includes:
Tomoaki Maeno as Kiyoto Kaidō, a mind reader working for President Shōko Ōzora.
Kana Hanazawa as President Shōko Ōzora
Ken Narita as Saizō Kira
Ayane Sakura as Yoshino Sakuragi
Aoi Yuki as Chiruko Yuminami
Mamiko Noto as Hijiri Fuwa
Satomi Akesaka as Kaguya Akeboshi
Mikako Komatsu as Komiko Tamaki
Rina Satou as Miburi Annōn
Kaori Ishihara as Nagisa Sakonda
Noriko Hidaka as Chiaki Tokie
Sakiko Kawai as Shizuki Kyō
Tadashi Mutou as Satoya Nonaka
Suda (No More Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw) contributed some of the game's scenario and is serving as supervisor. Chiyomaru Shikura (Steins;Gate, Chaos;Head) is acting as general producer, and Yuusuke Kozaki (Fire Emblem: Awakening, No More Heroes) is designing the characters. Geto Koyamashi (No More Heroes) is supervising and creating mechanical designs. Himeka is contributing the ending theme song "Tsu-Ba-Sa."
The game is slated to ship for the PlayStation 3 in Japan on December 5. The limited edition with original drama CD and soundtrack will cost 9,240 yen (about US$93). The regular and downloadable versions will cost 7,140 yen (US$72).
The Liberation Maiden shooter game received a worldwide release for iOS devices in March. The game was originally released for the Nintendo 3DS as part of the Guild01 game compilation with animation by Studio BONES.
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