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'Ecchi Onee-san Rearing' is a real game, especially on your cellphone

3:40 PM on 06.12.2009 // 8BitBrian

[As originally posted on Japanator]

Ah, I love catching strange and bizarre cellphone games announcements off of 2ch. It always puts some context to the absolute batshit-insanity surrounding some of these titles. Like this one: Ecchi Onee-san Rearing. Yes, you read that right. Perverted child rearing of older sisters. On a cellphone. In Japan.

As the son of a robotics scientist, your job is to raise and rear these robotic girls. While they have the full-bodied looks of a woman just a few years older than yourself, they still have the innocence and mind of a simple child. Just writing up this description, I feel incredibly dirty. So, with a caring and loving touch, you can raise her into becoming the type of woman that you envison.

You'll help her with food and exercise, and don't forget to help her with bathing and medical checkups! Those are the words of the Japanese, not mine. The game is available for 315 yen, and is made by Gameloft, the purveyor of fine Onee-san titles to cellphones.

You can go check out their website if you'd like. I'm going to go hang my head in shame in the corner real quick.




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