Nippon Ichi Software-Made Monster Girl Game “The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince” Heads West in 2019

NIS America has announced a western release for The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince.

The monster-girl themed adventure game will launch sometime next year for PlayStation 4 and Switch in both North America and Europe. Featured above, you can view the announcement trailer for the game’s western release.

There’s also a $39.99 limited edition planned, which includes: a copy of the game, “The Little Liar’s Fairy Tale” book, “Lullabies for the Blind Prince” soundtrack, and a collector’s box. Pre-orders are now available via the NIS America Online Store for PS4 and Switch.

Here’s a rundown on the game:


The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince follows the tale of two lonely hearts brought together through a mutual misunderstanding. In it, you control the wolf, disguised as a princess, who guides the blind prince through a perilous forest in search of the witch capable of restoring his sight. The forest is home to a number of hostile creatures intent on ending your journey prematurely, as well as hazardous traps that put the prince in danger.

Switch between wolf and princess form to dispatch your foes, and guide the prince carefully as a princess to ensure his safety, in search of a fairytale ending.

Key Features:

  • Unleash Your Inner Monster – Transform at will from a princess into a wolf to guide the blind prince towards a cure. Weave through the dangerous forest, but be careful… A blind prince has no place in an all-seeing forest.
  • Brute Strength Meets Sharp Wit – Various obstacles will require the wolf’s strength, and others will require the princess’s wit. With so many traps and perilous hurdles that await, can the two make it safely to their final destination?
  • Lost Pages from a Forgotten Tale – With each delicate petal comes a fragment of memories shared by the wolf and the prince. Collect them along your journey and paint a vivid story of friendship, love, and loss.
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