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Bouncy Super Robot Taisen OG Saga trailer, also boobs

1:00 PM on 04.22.2009

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

If you read our preview of Atlus' upcoming RPG Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier, you know we focused on the two things the game does best: juggling of enemies and juggling of breasts.

The game play system has you hitting buttons in a turn-based battle at specific times to juggle enemies up in the air. Should you keep them up without touching the ground or missing, you'll charge up a super meter that lets you execute the most powerful attacks, all of which are visual treats. The ones for the larger chested female characters add a special bonus: some bounce service. All of the ladies seem to include a close-up shot of the bounce before they bring the pain, as you'll see in the video below. You'll even get to see Xenosaga's KOS-MOS and her totally unnecessary chest reveal in her super move. Is this really a selling point? Maybe!

On top of all the juggle and bounce, SRTOGS:EF is a really funny and entertaining space-based JRPG. I think you'll really like this. Look forward to our full review next week.


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