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Oh Japan, you and your child molesting: Disturbing Wii game is disturbing

7:50 AM on 03.13.2008 // Jim Sterling
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I'm surprised it's taken this long, but here's the first "erotic" adventure game for the Wii. Cleaning Squadron Clean Keeper is a rather tame dating sim, but in true Japanese fashion, it just has to be that little bit disturbing. The game features a cleaning section in which you scrub dirty anime girls with a fan, feather duster or a whip (?) while they lounge about in erotic poses.

Yeah ... shame they look and sound no older than ten years old.

I don't know what it is with Japan and the thinly veiled pedophilia, but they do seem to love their games where you can feel up little girls. Now hey, if that's their bag, then fine, I'm not about to oppress a man's desire to grope cartoon children -- but boy am I glad that some Japanese stuff stays the Hell in Japan. Seriously, anybody who wouldn't feel creepy playing this is a very warped individual ... wonder if they have review copies going?

Hit the jump for some incredibly ... incredibly annoying trailers. You have been warned.

 
 



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