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Project H launches hentai festival at Anime Expo


Event will include one-on-one activities
Apr 23
// Brad Rice
Feel like you can't get enough hentai? Want to gather with like-minded individuals? Well Project-H has you set! If you're planning on visiting Anime Expo this year, Project-H will be running a Hentai Festival on Saturday, Jul...
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Hentai Games

Demon Master Chris now available for preorder


Combine dungeons and stripping, because why not
Sep 29
// Karen Mead
These hentai dungeon crawlers have actually come a long way. Back in the day, say 2008, the games were pretty bare-bones affairs where an incredibly shallow battle system was propped up by sexy artwork. Demon Master Chris, du...
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Dojinshi

Gut-punch fetish comics set to release soon


It's a thing now that shouldn't be
Jul 09
// Josh Totman
Let's file this one under "WTF Japan?!" A doujinshi circle group called Atemism is releasing a violent doujinshi about tieing up girls and giving them a "Belly punch" or other violence. This type of sick and twisted fant...

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Toshio Maeda AX

Catch Toshio Maeda in your tentacles at Anime Expo


A master of disaster
Jul 01
// Hiroko Yamamura
Ready to take a stroll down the dark side of nostalgia? The self proclaimed tentacle master, Toshio Maeda will be making an appearance at Anime Expo this week, and I highly recommend you take the time to meet this amazing, an...
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Hentai Kamen Manners

Learn movie house manners from Hentai Kamen!


An unlikely choice of instructor
Mar 30
// Josh Tolentino
You know those "theater manners" videos they play before the start of a movie? They're always so boring, at least the ones that I've seen are. It's always dumb stuff like CG popcorn or some cheesy commercial about turning of...
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Hentai Kamen trailer

Hentai Kamen live-action trailer is abnormally heroic


Panty has blessed us!
Feb 17
// Josh Tolentino
Hey! Remember the Hentai Kamen live-action adaptation? OF COURSE YOU DO, it's about a martial artist who fights for justice with panties on his face, a strap on his jock and fishnet stockings and stilettos on his legs a...

JapanaTen After Dark: Our 10 Favorite Fanservice Fiestas

Feb 15 // Josh Tolentino
1. Agent Aika [embed]27970:2122[/embed] Josh Totman said it best when he nominated this fanservice classic: "This show is the king of panty shots. You can't even go more than two minutes without seeing one! It's more comical how all the girls in the series fall over in just the right way to show their panties. Even when it came over here to the states, the collector's edition came with a pair of panties. That's how laced it was with them."   2. Neon Genesis Evangelion [embed]27970:2129[/embed] This one is more relevant to me in terms of personal history than the actual content in the show, as it was my first exposure to the term "fan service" as a concept. At the time, I didn't know what it meant, but once I did, the damage was irreparable, so to speak.  Evangelion was also a true pioneer of fanservice-as-commercialization. Why settle for a tame shot of Misato bending over the kitchen table when you can slap some Eva goodness on everything from towels to racing teams to cameras to torso-shaped water bottles. If you were an Eva fan, then Gainax had something available to service every conceivable need.   3. Vividred Operation   [embed]27970:2128[/embed] The show's not even half over and it's already taken the list by storm, by dint not of "bloomer-service" or butt-shots but by the sheer comprehensiveness of its pandering. References to everything from magical girls to Super Sentai to Evangelion to Madoka to mecha musume to Gurren Lagann to military hardware nuts abound, and Vividred has somehow still managed to maintain coherence. If it manages to keep up this high standard for the rest of its run, we may have a new legend on our sweaty hands.   4. Highschool of the Dead   [embed]27970:2126[/embed] Said Hiroko: "This is one of the shows that I watched pretty much for boobs alone. I mean come on, they were the "stand out" of the show, I don't know if 10 seconds passed without some huge boob scenario. Adding some zombies and nicely designed guns were a nice backdrop for boobs, but the anime's title was misleading. It should have been Highschool of Boobs: Things that happen to make them jiggle!"   5. The Qwaser of Stigmata [embed]27970:2130[/embed] Before falling into a coma, Jeff managed to submit his nomination to the list: "Qwaser - Boobs, milk, water, toys, rope, public, fountain, super powers, candles, sucking, boobs, the matrix, sub, sentai parodies, shota, bathtub, Russian cuisine, nuns, boobs, busts (figure), aprons, lasers, flower garden, blood, hidden continent, boobs that change sizes, a song about flat chests, Big Mama, tuning fork, bronze dolls, high school chemistry, boobs, gothloli, twins, Nazi references, mind control, biting, and much more. There are a lot of boobs in Qwaser, did you know?"   6. Gunbuster: Aim for the Top! [embed]27970:2125[/embed] Gunbuster was exactly Hiroko's type, and this is why: If you didn't fall in love with Noriko and her enthusatic chest, I take back any chocolate I've offered you. It tough to really call her sexy, but like I mentioned in Kristina Pino's excellent fan service article, it's the kind of fan service I dig. The whole thing is sexy in a non sexy kind of way. Or perhaps I'm just confused. It's the whole girls and mecha combination that gets me excited once again, and Gunbuster is still one of the best examples of the genre. Determination, drive, boobs, and mecha are all I need to get me in your robot! Being penned by Haruhiko Mikimoto doesn't hurt either.   7. Bubblegum Crisis [embed]27970:2124[/embed] With a name like that, how could you not have some service waiting in the wings? Hiroko elaborates: Chicks with robotic suits are sexy. What if the suits were even sexier than the chicks? Bubblegum Crisis definitely played up its sexy angle. A few shower scenes, bouncy boobs, gorgeous designs, and of course Sexroids. What makes this a top fan service show for me, was the immaculate character designs of all the ladies, Kenichi Sonada's ability to draw women in anime and manga is just tip top. From Gun Smith Cats to Gal Force, he knows how to really illustrate jaw dropingly sexy women. Bubblegum Crisis really kicked things up with Hard Suits that accentuated the female form, yet not in a way that downplayed the mecha aspects. Everything on each Hard Suit was functional, yet feminine. The design of Priss busting out of her hard suit is what always comes to mind, when I think of sexy anime. Robots + chicks = win. An Extra Sexaroid on top just adds to the equation!   8. Dragon Ball [embed]27970:2127[/embed] If Evangelion was my fanservice gateway, Dragon Ball was Hiroko's: "Laugh as you may about this choice, but as kid, Dragon Ball delivered. Bulma served as my introduction to the concept of fan service, and hid it nicely inside an innocent looking children's anime. The purple haired trollop worked her way into my heart instantly, by flashing her panties at a totally bewildered Son Goku. It seemed like half the characters were always plotting some way to see her naked, or cop a feel. You have to understand that this was better than gold for a twisted kid like me. The show slowly moved away from the sex gags, and perhaps that's why I lost interest later on, but the original Dragon Ball was always naughty fun!"   9. Nisemonogatari [embed]27970:2133[/embed] If there's any anime out there that's managed to approach the territory of actual erotica, rather than just fanservice, it would be Nisemonogatari and its SHAFT-produced siblings. With every leering angle and disturbingly fetishistic focus SHAFT has taken fanservice to a level that's both titillating and a little bit dirty. It's sleazy without being crude, exploitative without seeming cruel, all executed with such artistry that it overwhelms accusations of being overly "pornographic".   10. Jungle de Ikou [embed]27970:2123[/embed] To be honest I didn't even know this existed until Josh Totman brought it to my attention: "The main pull of this show is the transformation of little flat chested girl to a voluptuous adult by way of interpretive dance. She also over does it to help out the town being attacked by a giant monster by growing large herself. So you can see what kind of hilarity can ensue with a kaiju battle with a overly busty female."
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For your post-Valentine's perusal
Had enough of love, romance, and all that other junk? No need for all that gooey cootie-filled stuff? Well, we've got the list feature for you, an opposite number to the tender caresses of a Valentine's Day love-fest. Yes, to...

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Panty Bless You: Hentai Kamen movie coming


This is the best news
Feb 09
// Josh Tolentino
This....I didn't expect this. And that's awesome. I am, of course, referring to an impending live-action (!) adaptation of Hentai Kamen, perhaps manga that has perhaps come closest of all to making the descriptor "Pants-on-he...

Japanator After Dark Special Review: Seduce Me

Jan 08 // Josh Tolentino
Seduce Me (PC) Developer: No Reply Games Publisher: No Reply Games Release Date: January 2, 2013 MSRP: EUR 14.99 ($17) There's no getting around it: Seduce Me is a porn game, straight up. It's not a visual novel with sex scenes, and there isn't much in the way of "romance" as one might expect from the likes of Mass Effect or Dragon Age. The prime (perhaps only) motivation for playing Seduce Me will be to see fictional people boning. With a title like Seduce Me, one would be forgiven for expecting little more than that. And yet somehow, the game manages to both fulfill - and betray - those expectations. Now, it's not as if Seduce Me lacks sex. There's plenty of it to be had, and it's not shy about being explicit. Gamers who worried that it would limit itself to simple innuendo and "sideboob" have nothing to fear; there's porn in that thar videogame, and it earns its AO rating. Except, the actual process of getting to the porn, the gameplay and mechanics, are rather different from the initial pitch. In truth, the game has more in common with titles labeled "Strip Poker" or those old cocktail table machines where customers would play Arkanoid to gradually uncover a picture of a naked woman, than it does with Mass Effect, the Sims-like Singles: Flirt Up Your Life, or a Japanese "bishoujo" game. For one, despite its touting "RPG elements", Seduce Me has little narrative to speak of. You are a strapping young man invited some reason to a wealthy socialite's Mediterranean villa for a vacation of sex and debauchery with four nubile young porn-movie stereotypes. And though the developers insisted in interviews that the women "are more than just their bodies", there's not much to go on, unless one counts developing certain sexual fetishes out of one formative relationship or another as significant characterization. The girls do have their own endings, so the skeleton of a story exists, creating an end goal beyond "Look at naughty pictures and maybe bust a nut to them." Random events scattered about the map also help flesh out the characters slighty, but the fact that they can be encountered by chance lends itself to repetition. In truth this is more than one gets from your average porn game (particularly one outside the Japanese sphere) and one can hardly blame it for not having nuanced characters or a complex plot, but Seduce Me's approach to the act of seduction itself is reductive, baffling, and is borderline offensive, depending on one's tolerance for pornographic content and/or crude interpretations of human relationships. This is where the game's "Erotic Strategy" classification comes into play. As they roam the island seeking opportunities to bump uglies with a lady, players can build up "Popularity Points", "Intimacy Points", and "Attraction Points". Popularity points act as a health meter of sorts. Losing minigames (more on that later) decreases them, and when they reach zero, players are kicked off the island and sent back to their pathetic, sex-party-less lives. Intimacy and Attraction points are earned by winning minigames and choosing correct actions during cutscenes. All these points are needed to er, enjoy the island's various pleasures. Some dialog options require a certain amount of Popularity, characters will reveal their fetishes at high Intimacy levels, and actually doing the deed with the ladies requires Attraction. The dirtier the deed, the more points demanded. Boiling complex social interactions down to high scores is problem enough - though to be fair that kind of quantifying isn't limited to porn games  - but the way to get those points is where things get strange. As stated earlier, points are mostly earned by winning minigames. The issue is what the minigames actually are. One might expect these minigames to be ripoffs of classic arcade titles, ala recent Leisure Suit Larry games, or Quick Time Events ala God of War, but no. To Seduce Me, "Erotic Strategy" is to win a card game, and not in the fashion of a Strip Poker scenario. Every single minigame, from "Flirting" to "Small Talk" to "Intimate Chat" to "Confrontation," involves playing - and winning - some form of card game. If not for the sex, Seduce Me would not be out of place alongside Minesweeper or Solitaire in your operating system's pre-installed game selection. That said, the card games themselves are fairly engaging...for card games. All of them use cards of varying suits and ranks, though the suits aren't limited to the standard Clubs/Spades/Hearts/Diamonds quadrachotomy. Like the pictorial symbols used to represent conversation in The Sims, one might "talk" about a bottle of wine, a puppy, a plane, a house, a pile of money, or two people engaging in foreplay. Each minigame has different rules, but all seem to be point-based variations on Crazy Eights, Rummy, or Sets and Runs (though I'm not familiar enough with card games to tell for sure). "Flirting" has players discarding and drawing cards to try to keep their score as close to their "opponent's" as possible (closer scores yield more Attraction points). "Intimate Conversation" constructs sets and runs in an attempt to shed cards, and simple chatting means trying to beat the dealer's highest-value suit, or putting down a trump to win (for lack of a matching suit). To make a great logical stretch, one could see how these card games thematically align with the back-and-forth of relationship building and trying to get into one's pants. Matching point scores could be like finding common interests. Finding good sets could be interpreted as displaying knowledge, and discarding cards could be similar to winning an argument with a strong hand. But really, come on. These are card games. In a title that's ostensibly about getting people to have sex with you. Calling it a tough sell would be the understatement of the hour. Worse still, that nasty aspect of card-based games, namely the effect of the random draw, rears its head at times. Since all the games are score-based and use the card ranks as multipliers and modifiers, one's ability to win consistently is often determined by the quality of the initial hand. Players can't "hit" by drawing additional cards to improve their hands, and the rules for passing are a tad too strict, so players will occasionally find themselves in "death spirals", with rounds lost the moment they start and no option except to swallow the loss or abuse its autosave system to restart the match (only one save is allowed at a time). It can be frustrating, especially given the fact that seducing people is usually considered a skill rather than a windfall. But enough with all that. I've yet to answer the most pressing, important, and perhaps only relevant question to be posed about Seduce Me: "How's the porn?" In a word, it's decent. As mentioned, the game is unafraid to be explicit, and its scenarios could be classified as "hardcore" though not quite approaching "deviant". Think of the "Hot Coffee" minigames from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, but a little more graphic than that. Scenes consist of a single image accompanied by descriptive text, arranged in the manner of a comic book (sans word bubbles). The writing sits at about the quality of fiction found in a Penthouse letters column. All the sex is depicted as consensual and between legal adults, so players needn't fear looking like criminals for playing. Sadly, in a blow against diversity, the game doesn't include same-sex relationships, or for that matter, the option to seduce a person of African ethnicity. Unfortunately, there aren't too many sex scenes, or events for that matter. In the three to five hours it takes to raise enough points with a single character and see their ending, I encountered multiple incidences of the same scene event. Each girl has only a handful of encounters to explore, and as mentioned, has little if any dialog to speak of. What content there is is of decent quality, but there's simply not enough of it. A more expansive, diverse cast of romance options, or even the ability to...engage with some of the minor characters that are otherwise just there to bring up Popularity points. Environments are rendered in 3D (via the Unity Engine), and look smoothly rendered, though the colors seem somewhat washed-out, and the villa, ostensibly the site of debauched sex-party socialites, is devoid of people besides whoever players are talking to at any one time. There's also not much reason to explore a location unless telltale sound-effect text emits from its direction, indicating a character or cutscene's presence. Characters are shown as 2D cutouts, drawn in a realistic style that should appeal to folks turned off by the anime-style character design that populates most available erotic games. Everyone looks like a legal adult, and not immediately sleazy (excepting one character's maid outfit). If its developers had lofty goals for Seduce Me, the final product simply does not reflect them, and is outshined at most turns by its peers, most of which are not porn games. As a game about relationships, it pales beside the likes of Digital: A Love Story, and most of the more complex visual novel offerings. As a game meant to tackle issues of sex and gender relations, games like Catherine, Persona 4 and Don't Take It Personally, Babe, It Just Ain't Your Story are better for that sort of thing. As a strategy game or RPG, it compares well to Solitaire, but that's not really saying much. However, taken simply as it is, as a game where solving puzzles leads to porn, it's near the forefront of its field, particularly among non-Japanese games. It does make an effort to provide more than naughty pictures, including cursory character development and some semblance of a narrative. It's pretty and technically sound. While slightly anemic in content, it's titillating when it needs to be, and is at times even fun to play - I wouldn't mind playing the card games with real-life friends (minus the sex). And frankly, for a porn game, that's sometimes all one needs. 5 -- Mediocre (5s are an exercise in apathy, neither Solid nor Liquid. Not exactly bad, but not very good either. Just a bit "meh," really.)
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[While western games aren't technically in Japanator's purview, there's no denying the fact that Glorious Nippon is among the leading purveyors of quality porn games. No Reply Games' Seduce Me is the latest attempt to dent th...

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Dead or Alive 5 coming to Vita, now with pervert mode


Touch to "fight"
Dec 25
// Josh Tolentino
Ah Tecmo Koei. What better - or at least, more characteristic - Christmas present could you give fans of Dead or Alive besides a healthy dose of cheesecake?  Granted, the company's latest announcement wasn't necessa...
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Code of Princess brings the co-op, ignores the sexy


It's still there, though, don't worry
Sep 06
// Josh Tolentino
While Atlus and Agatsuma's Code of Princess is best known for its protagonist's near-naked attire, the game is, and mainly bills itself to be, a hardcore action-RPG. So long as you get past that gratuitous sex appeal, you ma...
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Dead or Alive 5 claims sexiness is 'cultural differences'


Aug 22
// Josh Tolentino
Here's a nasty little step backwards: Team Ninja staffer and Dead or Alive 5 director Yosuke Hayashi has attempted to pass the buck on the series' notoriously sexualized female characters as the "Japanese approach to women". ...
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AX '12: MangaGamer announces Orion Heart, Boob Wars, more


Jul 02
// Josh Tolentino
Anime Expo isn't just where you announce a metric ton of streaming or disc license acquisitions. It's also where you announce a metric ton of games, just like MangaGamer did at their panel. The titles they announced included ...
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I knew they were playing porn on the Midnight Channel


May 29
// Hiroko Yamamura
TMA is at it again with a new porno parody, this time based off the widely popular Persona 4 franchise. The new flick, entitled Perofella, brings in your favorite Persona 4 characters in a way that you left to your imaginati...
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Steins;Gate parody porno discontinued after legal action


May 01
// Bob Muir
If you're into live-action porn parodies of anime, hopefully you thought to grab Layers;Gate before now. TMA, the adult video producer behind such titles as K-ONBU! and The Melancholy of Hahiru Suzumiya, has announced that th...
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Ef - First Tale gets trailer, Minori explains censorship


Apr 20
// Josh Tolentino
In case you visual novel fans needed reminding, MangaGamer will be releasing ef - The First Tale, a new visual novel from minori, the lowercase-named developer behind the likes of Wind: A Breath of Heart and Eden*. To get you...
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The time is now, people! MangaGamer have just released their newest H-game Magical Teacher: My Teacher's A Mage?, and gamers looking for the magic of love can now get "it" here. There were, however, a handful of lucky co...

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Critical Mass Video releases MeiKing and Cool Devices


Mar 29
// Michelle Rodanes
Critical Mass Video, unofficial distributor of all things tentacles in North America, has just announced that they will releasing MeiKing and the classic hentai series Cool Devices on DVD this upcoming July 10th.  P...
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If you didn't know yet, MangaGamer has just announced that preorders are open for their newest release, Magical Teacher: My Teacher's A Mage?. Now, you could opt to get your copy via traditional means...but five lucky folks c...

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MangaGamer announces their release and license roster


Feb 19
// Salvador GRodiles
Good news everyone, MangaGamer is planning to release four new visual novel games (Two of them have already been announced.) that might suit to your personal needs. Fans of music, magic, cross dressing, and/or game devel...
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Bow Chika Wow Wow: Fate/Zero finally getting porn parody


Jan 23
// Josh Tolentino
Cue the porny music! The time has come for the Fate license to get its own, unlicensed live-action porn adaptation, courtesy of the perverted purveyors at TMA, the people behind such genius products as porn parodies of, ...
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If Touch Shot were less shameful it'd be an Apple tie-in


Dec 10
// Josh Tolentino
Now, a certain level of shame should be expected in this case, as it's coming from Compile Heart, aka the Record of Agarest War and Hyperdimension Neptunia people, but for some reason Touch Shot: Love Application&nb...

Japanator Kind of Recommends: Conquering the Queen

Dec 03 // Elliot Gay
Conquering the Queen (PC)Developer: LiquidPublisher: MangaGamerRelease Date: October 28, 2011MSRP: $27.50 The game follows the ever so delightful Vincent, who immediately establishes how much of a swell guy he is within the first minutes of the game. From his inner monologue, we discover that he's a mercenary who couldn't care less about anyone else. He also implies that he's done his fair share of raping and pillaging in his time. These are super endearing character traits for sure. Well by a stroke of amazing luck, our... 'hero' stumbles across a beautiful young woman being attacked by a group of bandits. Rather than jumping to her aid immediately, Vincent hides and watches the situation to see if it would be to his advantage to help at all. Just when the young girl is about to be raped, our hero leaps in tos ave her, kicking off a chain of events that will lead him to try and take over an entire kingdom. As implied by the title alone, Conquering the Queen is not about telling a spectacular story and developing three dimensional characters. That's not to say the game isn't compelling in its own, depraved way. I often found myself playing just to see what ridiculously awful things Vincent would do in the name of sex and power. I'd argue that if you don't hate him within the first thirty minutes of the game, you're probably doing something wrong. The female cast on the other hand is entirely forgettable. They exist entirely to be raped and turned into sex slaves, with each one encompassing a typical character trait. We've got tsunderes, tomboys, princesses and queens. Nothing you haven't seen before here. Their character designs are pleasant enough, if not inoffensively generic. Either way, they exist solely to have their minds broken by Vincent.  While certain decisions you make during the game do effect which ending you get (there aren't a whole lot of options), fret not! Vincent will have sex with every single woman in the game, multiple times, regardless of the decisions you make. There is a lot of sex in this game. I can recall multiple points where sex sequences happened within five minutes of one another. Most sex scenes have only a couple of CGs accompanying them, but the game makes up for it through the frequency of the scenes. All the women are fully voiced. The music however is wholly generic. The best that can be said of it is that I barely noticed it most of the time. It would be unforgivable if I neglected to mention the one element of the game that truly impressed me: the localization. As someone who played one of their early releases, Kira Kira, I can attest to the fact that Manga Gamer has come a long way. The game is not without the occasional typo, but they were few and far between enough for me to not notice all that often. I tip my hat to them for listening to their fan base and improving on areas that were less than great in previous releases. I was really pleased by how brisk, funny and generally strong the dialogue often was. There were evenings where I found myself moving forward in the game just to see what ridiculous thing would happen next. If Manga Gamer can bring this level of quality to every release from here on out, I'd be ecstatic.  Conquering the Queen is good at being what it wants to be: a sex packed eroge with some verbose dialogue and an evil protagonist.The story is entertaining in a sort of "I want to see how this train wreck ends" way. The writing is clean and oftentimes verbose, while the female voice acting is solid. You're not going to be blown away by Conquering the Queen, but you could do worse if you're just looking for some porny, wish-fulfillment action with a little bit of personality. Plus, how often do you actually get to step into the shoes of a truly evil, intelligent main character? That's gotta count for something. One warning though. Vincent does not treat the women he beds with any kind of respect. If that kind of thing understandably bothers you, I highly suggest you stay away.  6.0 - Decent. Slightly above average, maybe a little niche. But you wouldn't recommend it to everybody.
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Before jumping into this review, I must first make a few points about where I stand on visual novels and eroge on the whole. I admit to having a decent amount of experience playing both family friendly and adult VNs. I t...

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D3's sealed room game is like Scribblenauts for creepers


Oct 29
// Josh Tolentino
A game with the title "If I Were Stuck With A Girl In A Sealed Room I'd Probably..." practically begs people to answer the question, silently, within the darkest recesses of their hearts, for to voice a response risks di...
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Bikini zombie slaying returns in Oneechanbara Z Kagura


Sep 09
// Josh Tolentino
Folks with a passion for both skimpy swimwear and the undead have been largely out of luck this year, with little to tide them over beyond the occasional bikini-wearing zombie in the recently released Dead Island. And let me ...
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Project H will cater to your H-manga needs this August


Jul 22
// Josh Tolentino
Every manga reader outside Japan (perhaps even inside it), asks this question at some point in their manga-reading lives: "Where is the manga that caters to my needs?" For some, those needs are for action-packed Shonen JUMP&n...
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Grope me and I'll grope you back


Jul 17
// Hiroko Yamamura
On Thursday, a Colorado woman of Japanese decent was arrested and charged with a felony count of sexual abuse, after she reportedly grabbed a TSA officers breasts. Now this is a woman that w...
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Remember Bill 156, the infamous Tokyo anti-loli bill that quickly morphed into an anti-everything bill? Well, as you may know, it passed into law last year, much to the consternation of folks concerned about its chilling effe...

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Get spun off with Kotori Love ExP from MangaGamer now


Apr 30
// Josh Tolentino
I'm somewhat embarrassed to admit that this story flew under my radar back when it was first announced because I thought it was a belated April Fool's joke. I suppose I should have expected it was possible, but I didn't it di...
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H-game Announce GET: MangaGamer announces We Love Master


Apr 21
// Josh Tolentino
Got maids on the mind? Does that same mind have...that on it as well? Then this game is for you. It's called We Love Master, and it's about a four maids with a master they love, morning, noon and night. *cue porn music* Sadly...

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