30°
Submitted by GamePodunk 610d ago | review

Liberation Maiden Review | Game Podunk

GP: "If there’s one thing that Grasshopper Manufacture is known for, it’s games with crazy premises. Responsible for games such as Killer 7 and Lollipop Chainsaw, there’s good reason to expect the wildest. Surprisingly, Liberation Maiden serves up a more grounded premise.

Rather than some insane, supernatural romp, Maiden is a shoot-’em-up where you pilot a robot suit and fight for your country. Despite the simple premise, Grasshopper’s made a solid game, even if it doesn’t quite feel like it’s theirs." (3DS, Liberation Maiden) 7/10

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Watch Dogs Review: Was the hype worth it? (The Gamer's Lounge)

26m ago - Watch Dogs is a good game and it has some interesting features. The game has gotten a lot of grea... | Xbox 360
20°

WCCFtech Review - Mind: Path to Thalamus

27m ago - WCCFtech's Jesse Rogalski reviews the first-person indie puzzler from one-man development team Ca... | PC
30°

Seattle EMP Museum To Hold Indie Game Revolution Exhibition

27m ago - GG3 writes: "The EMP Museum in Seattle will open an exhibition on games on November 8 of this yea... | Culture
20°

M15 Intro Pack Review: Will of the Masses | VGU

2h ago - With the core set of Magic the Gathering now available, bringing some new and old cards into the... | Culture
Ad

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited (Vita) Review

Now - Jae revisits the Disgaea franchise on the Vita. | Promoted post
30°

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax-Sho, Minazuki, and Shadow Labrys Trailers

2h ago - Sho, Minazuki, and Shadow Labrys take center stage in the newest Persona 4 Arena Ultimax trailers. | Xbox 360
Related content from friends