Suda51 is known for some of the best games to come out of Japan. Including the likes of No More Heroes and Killer7, but maybe Liberation Maiden isn't quite as well known.
The story is also an enjoyable affair, the game really revolves around the story. Plus, there is cut-scenes that you will actually enjoy watching. Or you can skip them if you like.
Content is the small issue here, £7.19 is alot to pay for an eShop game and the small issue here is, that this game doesn't have an awful lot of content. The main story isn't that lengthy, but there is a stage attack mode that should keep you going for a while.
The graphics are beautiful, you will never get tired at gazing at these lush graphics in their 3D form. Liberation Maiden is a true visual treat and a credit to the artist.
We highly recommend playing Liberation Maiden on atleast Normal difficulty, because the game is stupidly easy on the easy difficult and won't provide any challenge for players.
In conclusion, whilst being a little on the short side, Liberation Maiden is an absolutely stunning game and you can't hide that fact. Liberation Maiden is an awesome example of Japanese Video Games and it's a must buy for any Suda 51 fan. + Josh Moorcroft-Jones
8/10 - Short but incredibly sweet.