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Collect women and save Japan from giant pudding

10:00 PM on 02.17.2013 // Kyle MacGregor
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Konami unveils latest project from the team at LovePlus Production

Konami has unleashed the latest project from the team at Love Plus Production upon the world. Fu-Un! Nadeshiko Collection launched back on Thursday via Japanese social networking service GREE and it looks pretty strange. 

The game tasks players with the job of collecting women in an effort to save Japan from a national crisis. There are 47 young ladies in total, each of which is a personification of one of the country's prefectures (metropolitan areas). Only by uniting these emblems of national pride can Japan be saved from horrors such as Mt. Fuji being transformed into a giant pudding.

Yep. I wasn't kidding around when I said it looked strange.


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