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If you enjoyed the first game...

Dec/30/2016  

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Til Jul. 11, noon (JST)
Lover of Mirror Image -Main Edition-
Ishigaki
$16.70 / 1,836 JPY  >> $13.35 20% OFF  / 1,468 JPY
A side scrolling action game where the main characters are a twincesting incubus / succubus Oneshota pair! 25 types of enemies and 40 different scenes of erotic animation!
X-ratedActionEXEInc. MusicInc. AnimeTrial
  • Release: Dec/27/2016
  • DL: 283
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You will enjoy this newest edition.

Ishigaki goes a step up and introduces a male shota demon and his sister. The gameplay is similar to the first, get to the other side of the screen without losing health.

There are a few major differences. For starters: The difficulty of the game has been increased. With the addition of the new "jumping" mechanic, you can now hop on enemies' heads to defeat them, as well as the 3 Z attack. However, while it's optional for the side enemies, it's not an option for bosses. You have GOT to master the jumping technique or you'll be stuck on that boss for a while. Now Ishigaki has made a nice change, where your A attack can make obstacles on the screen vanish and enemies get stunned, making the difficulty curve on Easy mode slightly forgiving.

Ishigaki has listened and delivered us more interesting positions for the new monster girls, however bodytype is still somewhat similar to one character model. The new positions DO help make up for it as your eyes are drawn to the large breasts. Kind of a shame if you like facesitting or big butts in general.

Like the first game, it took me a little over an hour to beat, only with more swearing and cursing on my end. As stated before: mastering the new jumping mechanic felt like an issue, and it felt like the "hit" ratio on the monsters is pretty small. You have GOT to jump on their heads or your jump combo will get you grabbed. And some bosses throw odd shaped attacks you aren't supposed to touch, adding to the jumping mechanic difficulty.

On a small note I'm a bit disappointed there doesn't appear to be any Game Over screens like in the last game. I enjoyed that feature, I just wished for more, not less.

Overall, buy the game if you like shotaXgirl enemies. The game left my heart pounding and arm sore from mashing buttons, but the gallery and enemies made it worth it in the end. I can't wait to see what updates Ishigaki adds to the game, hopefully more girls with more unique animations~

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