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Tifa VS Molest corps

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Release :  Feb/04/2007
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Ti*a (from FF series) has her clothes stolen. She gets on a train on the same day, and finds the group of molesters who stole her clothes.

Situations

Doggy, Internal cumshot, Abduction, Sex in car, Foursome sex
Blowjowb, Fuck, Handjob, Cum eating, Bukkake,
Restraint, Gag, Outdoor sex, Boob fuck, Anal fuck, Female ejaculation, etc.

Full voice. After completing the story mode, you will be able to view the CG pictures anytime from CG mode.

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RE028690
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RJ028690.zip / 282.55MB (296279747Byte)
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450MB
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6.1 or later
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Not without merits, but there are better

Nov/16/2007  By GreymaneTop 50 Reviewer

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I’m not sure what keeps bringing me back to Dragon Edge’s products, since they always manage to break my heart. It’s a circle that actually shows a lot of potential, yet often fails in the presentation. Tifa vs Rape Corps feels like the epitome of that.

The line work in Tifa isn’t bad. This is by no means saying that it is good. It looks amateurish, but it is decent amateur work, with only a few outstanding flaws. Tifa is a recognizable, but not a particularly ambitious, design and Dragon Edge does a decent job with her. Where the artwork does fail is in the coloring, particularly the shading. Nothing is smoothly blended, but instead consists of sharply varying bands of color that badly stand out. This goes for the men as much as Tifa.

Animation is full of mistakes, everything from bands of shading that move incorrectly to large white spots with no clear source moving across the screen. Nothing moves particularly smoothly, but in a jerking fashion common to Dragon Edge works. Yet you can tell what the animators were going for and some of it is surprisingly ambitious. In particular is the second h-scene which, in addition to a creative pose as a still image, features a whole flurry of writhing motions from Tifa. In the hands of better animators, it would have been an impressive display, but here it feels a bit wasted.

So too does the voice acting, which is brilliant. The actress does a fantastic job from the start. Listen closely for one truly impressive scream near the beginning. You rarely hear outbursts like it. The music is obnoxious in this work. There are three or four different tracks, but they last approximately three seconds each and loop continuously. It is best to turn them off.

This is not a product I would necessarily recommend, yet it shows such a great deal of potential. Below it’s many, many flaws is a bit of an unpolished gem. Dragon Edge itself has the same aura, which is perhaps why I keep coming back to their products.

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