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Naked: PSP SRPG Queen's Blade Spiral Chaos and armor cutting

9:20 AM on 04.24.2009 // Dale North
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While the otaku probably know what Queen's Blade is, the rest of you may not. For those not in the know, it's a super fan-servicey manga/anime where the female warriors wear ridiculous clothing armor. More important is the one-on-one battles that they get into, which usually causes weapons to remove some of that clothing. It's basically a female warrior tournament with a horny twist. If you're rolling your eyes and writing it off now, know that the first episode has acidic long-ranged nipple lactation as a weapon. It's worth watching at least once!

Namco Bandai takes that formula and makes it a strategy role-playing game for the PSP, complete with the armor breaking formula that made the property so popular. Grid-like strategy transitions into 2D fighting. Regardless of what the true goal of the game is, you'll want to work to remove armor and be granted naughty CG scenes as a reward.

Dengeki has new screenshots and game play (in our gallery below), but they had to censor the good stuff. There's some slightly NSFW stuff on this Dengeki page, too.

You can be certain that Queen's Blade: Spiral Chaos, dated "winter 2009," is not coming out in North America. So you'll have to call up your importer, perverts. 

For the curious, here's a totally Not Safe For Work first episode of the anime.Photo Gallery: (15 images)
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