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Liar Princess and the Blind Prince out in Japan on May 31, new details

Posted on February 6, 2018 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

This week’s issue of Famitsu has new details on Liar Princess and the Blind Prince, one of Nippon Ichi’s newly-confirmed Switch games. It’s launching in Japan on May 31 for 6,980 yen.

Famitsu also brings us the following information:

– Action game
– Need to take the blind prince’s hand and lead him through a forest filled with gimmicks
– A wolf-looking monster with a beautiful singing voice mistakenly damaged the eyes of the prince, who was attracted to her singing voice
– The remorseful monster suggested to “get the witch who lives in the forest to heal your eyes”
– The monster and princess do different things
– Change forms to defeat enemies and solve gimmicks while advancing through the forest
– Wolf / Princess: A wolf monster with a beautiful singing voice
– By giving up her singing voice to the witch, she gained the ability to turn into a black-haired princess
– The prince himself does not know she is a monster, but rather believes her to be the princess of a neighboring country
– Prince: a prince who approaches the wolf in order to meet the owner of the beautiful singing voice he hears night after night
– The wolf, thinking her appearance was witnessed, quickly swings her arm at and injures the prince
– He was imprisoned by the king, who detested facial injuries
– Witch: A witch who will grant a wish in exchange for compensation.


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