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Pickup!"Game" Indeed...

Feb/09/2009  

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Til Jul. 25, noon (JST)
English Ver.
Molester Game (Text: English/Voice: Japanese)
MASURAO
$18.25 / 2,052 JPY  >> $14.59 20% OFF  / 1,641 JPY
Mihoko Sawatari ended up being the new violation target for Yuuichi Sakurai, the serial molester.
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  • Release: May/21/2008
  • Purchased: 495x
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Molester Game, by MASURAO, a interactive story about a public pervert and his "target" (I use the term VERY lightly here) is, as of today, one of my favorite games to play, no matter how much it hates me for it.

The premise is simple enough. You are Generic Japanese Public Nuisance Man, who enjoys molesting and sexually violating young women on packed trains in Generic Japanese Metropolitan Area That Never Is Named But You Know It Has To Be Tokyo. He says that performing sex crimes is a game to him, the Molester Game, which not only gives the title the Mr. Obvious award, but just makes the character ten times more creepy.

Your latest target, a purple-wearing, big-busted schoolgirl, is set upon by the "hero." She apparently has self-esteem issues or is the biggest nympho around, as she neither protests or actively tries to stop the protagonist from doing what he set out to do, which is make her orgasm by groping only.

Second day rolls around, same deal. She's there, he has his way with her, et cetera.

Then...it gets weird.

Gameplay, this is got to be one of the highest quality interactive touch simulators I've seen (and I think this is better than the famous Kasumi one.) The animation is of extremely high quality and the sound just envelops you in MASURAO's world of forbidden sexual indulgence, even though the breasts sounds like sloshing water balloons and the sex noises sound like a fist pumping in and out of a jar of mayonaise.

The reason the game hates me is also my one major complaint. I cannot, for the life of me, figure out how to save the game. It's obvious that the game is save-compatible, but...I just can't figure out how. I've hit every key I can think of, clicked everywhere, but no luck. This may be a bug with the english version, I dunno. Due to that, I never got to a point where I felt I "found everything."

Still, this game is very high quality, and worth every penny (or whatever they call .01 yen)

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