Langrisser 3DS theme song singer, new character announced

Masami Okui to perform theme song live on March 13.


Masaya Games has announced the theme song singer and a new character for its 3DS Langrisser revival.

Masami Okui will sing the theme song, which will be revealed in full during her Birth Live 2015 Neo Stage event on March 13, where she will perform it live.

Find details on the new character below.

Licorice (voiced by Nao Toyama)

A “fated girl” and the younger sister of the protagonist Ares who disappeared at a young age. She is a kind girl with a certain love for humanity, and could never hate any living thing. She also has a strong sense of responsibility, and always carries her work out to the fullest. She is polite, but also somewhat shy, and never locks out the heart of another person. She just isn’t great at dealing with other people spoiling her. She liked seeing vegetation grow in the ruins of old buildings destroyed from the war. There are reasons as to why she and her older brother have to separate, but sometime down the line, they could reunite, although deep down she harbors some sort of secret….

Langrisser is due out for 3DS in Japan this summer.

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