(Japan) Liberation Maiden SIN Gets Release Date, Limited Edition

Wednesday, August 7th, 2013

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Liberation Maiden Sin

When we first heard about Liberation Maiden SIN back in April, it came as a bit of surprise that it would be tackling a different console and genre than its predecessor. Regardless, we couldn’t help but be excited. We now know a handful of new details regarding the game’s release thanks to its official site.

First and foremost is the release date, which has been revealed as December 5th of this year. Keep in mind that Liberation Maiden SIN has not been announced for regions outside of Japan, but international fans planning on importing will want to mark the date on their calendars anyway.

Another interesting tidbit to be revealed was that the game will be released as both a standalone disc and in a special edition set that includes a soundtrack CD and a drama CD. You’ll be able to pick up the game by itself for 7,140 yen ($73) or the special edition for 9,240 yen ($94).

Liberation Maiden SIN  is a PS3-exclusive visual novel by Level-5, 5pb, and Suda51. Did you play the 3DS original? Are you planning on importing this sequel? Let us know in the comments down below.

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  • James Best

    Yeah, I played the 3DS original. It was a fine game, aside from the fact it was so short and seemingly unfinished. A sequel would be ideal, but this is a visual novel, right? Not exactly the ideal continuation for an action-heavy shooter. That, and I don’t have a PS3.

  • Pedro Rosas

    game is gonna be lame i can already tell

  • I iiked the original, and I’ll probably play the sequel. I’m fine with it going to PS3, like I was fine with Code of Princess jumping ship with it’s sequel.