Suda 51’s Liberation Maiden Flies To iOS Devices

By Ishaan . March 6, 2013 . 11:34pm

Liberation Maiden, one of the games from Level 5’s Guild 01 project for the Nintendo 3DS, is now available on iOS devices.


Developed in collaboration with Grasshopper Manufacture’s Goichi Suda, the game is available in both North America and Japan. In North America, it costs $4.99, while in Japan it costs 600 yen.


Those prices are a little below what Liberation Maiden costs on the Nintendo eShop. On Japan’s eShop, the game costs 800 yen, while in North America, it costs $7.99. You can read our playtest for the game here.


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  • Ninten

    Glorious Madame President butts now on iOS!

    • I agree…I AGREE…i mean her glorious butt.

    • “I like big butts and I cannot lie, you other brothers can’t deny, something something something something”………….. Damn, I can’t remember. Song is old lol =P

  • Jungo

    Cool! This was my favorite game of the pack, glad to see it in more places.

    (We want Liberation Maiden in SRW! … well, I do, at least)

    • Ferofax

      Hear! Hear! But it has to be one hell of a Real type, because come on, draining shields while shooting is not gonna be good for her if she can’t dodge and parry stuff in SRW.

      • J_Joestar

        She would probably have the evasive stats of a Macross unit in plane mode.

        • s07195

          Which… weren’t even that good in Z2 (due to their M size). Alto and Gamlin relied just a bit more on their natural lv 7/ lv 5 potential.

  • Romored

    Why not in Europe? D: Anyway, I’d die for a 3DS sequel!

    • Brian

      I’m hoping this means they’re looking into a sequel at least. That ending left me on a cliffhanger

  • Haseyo

    Such a great game. I really hope it sold well enough for a second one.

    • kylehyde

      Well it toped the eshop charts during a long time

  • ShawnOtakuSomething

    Seen that coming

  • eilegz

    no android, well losing a potential customer here

  • isfuturebright

    Ok so…I still want a 3DS to play it on :D

  • TruSpindash

    Great game, but a bit difficult for me to play due to the lack left handed controls. Regardless, its nice that more people will be able to play it now.

    • I saw a left/right option in the menus… not sure what it changes because I haven’t played it due to the screen being flipped the wrong way.

  • I loved this game! If it gets more support and more people buy it, would it be possible for it to be it’s own full game? That would be nice!

  • I’m not sure how well this would work without an analog stick/Circle Pad, but if you don’t own a 3DS and can get used to the touch-only controls on iOS, it’s a decent deal at $4.99. Very replayable (very short, though) and super enjoyable if you’re into quirky anime-esque games. It has great music, too. Probably Suda’s most well-rounded game to date, actually, which is kind of funny.

  • Zoozbuh

    I just don’t understand why they can’t have it that price on the eShop?? I’ve been interested in it a while, but for the price it’s at and the length (I’ve heard it’s super short), it’s not really a very tempting buy :/

  • Really wish it had a flip screen option… either in the options menu or by flipping your phone using the gyroscope. Why do some devs default having the volume buttons on top? Your hands cover the speaker and can hit the lock button that way. So silly. Hope they release an update.

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