5pb Made A New Opening For Liberation Maiden Sin Vita

By Spencer . May 30, 2014 . 2:02am

Liberation Maiden Sin is getting a little more liberated since the visual novel is coming to handhelds. 5pb has the Vita version scheduled for July 31 and created a new opening movie for the game.


Here’s the original opening movie from the PlayStation 3 version for comparison.

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  • Jaeger Knighty

    The openings keep getting better! That was fantastic!

    So can this be localised please! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!

  • The new opening for Vita definitely gives it a different and fresh view of the same game. Feels more like a high school romance x mech drama to me. And I like the Vita opening music just a bit more than the PS3, even though it’s already pretty awesome.

  • Kornelious

    Man you gotta love those anamations! :D
    But I have a stupid question, what exactly is this game about?

    • John Smith

      Girls with robots and explosions.

    • Satori Satya

      Edit: Oops, I though you asked what the other game was about. The one with an arcade shooter gameplay.

      What John Smith said.

  • E.T.993

    …Not for 3DS? The original title launched on the Eshop and had decent sales and since then, fans have been waiting for the sequel.There would be so much audience on 3DS.

    • Ni ~Algidus~

      the sequel is a pure VN without mecha musume action gameplay. the 3DS is not missng much.

      • John Smith

        Au contraire, I actually would love for it to be ported to the 3DS, it has the plot that the original game lacked.

        • Ni ~Algidus~

          but it do not have the shooter gameplay which is far more important. imo

          • DyLaN

            It depends. To me the girls and the plot are higher on my “want” list.

    • Satori Satya

      Youtube it, dude.

      For visual novels, God bless youtube. :p

  • Bacon_n_Lettuce

    Man, I actually kind of think the original opening was much stronger… though, I do like the style of the new one. Never played the PS3 version, though this type of game is definitely more suited for handhelds.

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