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Force girls to do handstands so you can see their panties

Apr 17 // Jim Sterling
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You can always count on Japan to skim the line between child molestation and charming merriment. A new erotic game from the country that makes rape fun, Hypnotism Class, grants players the power of mind control. With such mental gifts, what would you do? Become a professional gambler and make money? Become a politician or a spy and serve your country? No, you dunce! You do what any sane man would do and hypnotize young schoolgirls so you can get a good look at their underpants!

Yes, only in Japan would they come up with the idea of hypnotizing the perpetually pubescent so that they'll stand upside down and reveal their tight little knickers for the gratification of all. If you're a filthy pedophile, like the one who wrote into Destructoid last night to complain about my "persecution" of kiddy fiddlers, this game is for you!

In the game, girls will continue to talk to you normally, despite the fact that they are doing handstands and that blood is literally drowning their brains. You'll be able to play in "handstand mode" for the entire game, allowing you to make real the imaginary world of Roman Polanski. Right on!


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