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Hulking manlove: Koi Hime Musou brings the hard stuff

6:49 AM on 10.26.2007 // Jim Sterling
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If there's one thing I've always wanted to rectify in general videogames coverage, it's the constant hetero-centric focus with female body parts. As a firm (and I mean firm) believer in balance and fair play, I feel it's high time we brought out some male specimens for us all to drool over. There he is, get drooling!

Koi Hime Musou is a "love adventure" PC game that's being ported over to the PS2 and is apparently set during my favorite period of history, the Three Kingdoms era of ancient China. Exactly how it's based on that time period, I'm not quite sure, but if hulking roidmonsters in purple speedos were a part of medieval Eastern warfare, I think my love for the age just increased. 

Although the above image is enough to suggest that this will never leave Japan, I highly suggest everyone try and import it. It has to be awesome, doesn't it?  

Oh, and for those of you who happened to have a boss, lover or parent walk past while you were checking out Destructoid this morning, rest assured -- I am not sorry for all the explaining you've just had to do.




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