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 for the PlayStation 3 seems a tiny bit more shameful. Maybe it's because it's an actual romance game, a genre which naturally lends itself to being shameful in one way or another.
My theory is Touch Shot is particularly shameful because it's based on a touchscreen-equipped device that most many 3-D humans are familiar with: the iPhone, or at least in this case, the "yPhone", and the use of a weird app (called "Satori") whose express purpose is to act as a cheating app for romance games. Kinda meta (and shameful), playing a romance game about cheating at romance games. The app, using magical camera technology and a hex-based clone of the iPhone interface, shows the girls' feelings in color, and can be upgraded to straight-up text-display mind-reading.
Also, Compile Heart's event CG is shameful, though not quite as creepy as Gal Gun. I'm surprised they let this thing onto the PS3, to be honest. This'd be more suitable to a Vita or even an iPhone, because you can at least hide the screens on those things.
Check out a couple of trailers below. I'm into Aoi Takigawa, the girl on the far right, because she's voiced by Marina Inoue (Kampfer, Infinite Stratos), and looks a lot like Kampfer's female Natsuru. Also she's on the swim team, but can't swim. Most useless member CONFIRMED.
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