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Horny nazi tank girls coming to Xbox 360 (in Japan)

9:00 AM on 07.07.2009 // Jim Sterling
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I'll be honest, this really isn't too relevant to a lot of people, but I just want the excuse to talk about this game for a second. Moe Moe Niji Taisen Deluxe is a tactical role-playing game in which various anime females with massive breasts personify World War II vehicles for no reason whatsoever. It was formerly on the PC, PSP and PS2, and now it's coming to the Xbox 360.

Characters represent America, Russia, Britain, Japan, Italy and Germany, which means that this game basically has semi-clad Nazi women pretending to be tanks and planes. As with most Japanese things, it's out of its frigging mind, and the above image gives you an idea of just how authentic a WWII experience it aims to be. 

Naturally there's plenty of clothes getting shred as well, just like the real War. We all remember when Hitler's shirt tore off and Himmler had to rub him down with many lotions until they both squealed in orgasm. This is how Japanese game developers see the world. 

It's nice to know that the banning of RapeLay did not stop the country's commitment to totally demented videogames.




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