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Earth Defense Force meets filthy porn with Underoid

Jan 28 // Jim Sterling
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A Japanese porn game that tries to be an actual game!?

Meet Underoid, a Japanese pornographic videogame that doesn't actually look like a Japanese pornographic game. Oh make no mistake, it looks Japanese, but it's not outwardly porny. At least not at first glance. 

This is apparently an attempt to make a legitimate videogame that just so happens to be crammed with scads of hentai porn, rather than the other way around. A third-person shooter in the same vein as something like Earth Defense Force, the game's all about a girl with a big gun who, naturally, parades around in the nuddy for your rotting amusement. 

I've no idea what the game is about, but I ran some pages through a translator and got this particularly enlightening summary: "I ate a heroine? Man is superior to woman Chara Chara!" 

The general implication of that (admittedly poorly translated) sentence, combined with the "sexy" heroine having the face of a dead child, tells me this isn't quite going to be the Telltale's Walking Dead of pornography. The fact that, despite best efforts, it still looks like it plays for shite probably doesn't help. 

[Via Gamengai]


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