Also available on Switch and Windows
It's every bit as weeaboo titty anime as it looks. It's your basic dungeon crawler RPG but ecchi af. If you thought the fan service in Hyperdimension Neptunia or Onechanbara was bad, you ain't seen nothin' yet. For most, I realize that would probably be a turn off, but for me, it's just great. The basic plot of the game is pretty thin - the world is split between humans and monster girls, and the monster girls have randomly started going crazy and attacking humans except for the monster girls in your town. You, along with your monster girl childhood friend, set off on this quest to find out why the monster girls are going crazy and save the world by finding magic panties. I'm not kidding, your quest is seriously to find magic panties. It's fantastic.
It's a little bit like Shin Megami Tensei in that when you encounter monster girls throughout the games six dungeons (roughly five or six monster girls per dungeon), you fight them and attack each article of clothing until they're stripped down to their panties. Then you enter the "Bumping Scratch" minigame. It's basically "molest the monster girls until they come to their sense." This minigame has three phases, and in each phase, there are two "weak spots" on the girls that you either rub, tab, or pinch. When you hit both weak spots enough, you'll activate "Nude*Flash" where you basically jack your Vita off for a brief period of time to get your meter filled higher. When the meter maxes out, you win, the monster girl regains her sense, and she's added to your party.
The actual dungeon crawling is from a first person perspective (think the original Phantasy Star on Master System). From an objective perspective, it's a really "okay" game. The only area in which it stands out is for us ecchi pervs. Then it's a gift from the heavens. There are two versions - the Japanese only version and the Asian version. Since I don't read or speak Japanese, I have the latter. The Asian version retains the Japanese dialogue, but you have the option of having the menus and subtitles in either English or Chinese. Be aware, though, that the game can be rather pricey. I got lucky and snagged a copy for $35 when Play-Asia was having a sale, and that's the best place to get it (right now, they've got copies for $40) as eBay seems to have it for everywhere from $50 to $100 depending on when you happen to look.
If you're a weeby perv like me, this is one of the greatest games on the Vita. If you're a respectable person with sophisticated (or even moderately mature) tastes, you should probably pass on this one.
My Rating - 4 Neps
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