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Release Mar/24/2007
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Contains 3 stories of three young female police officers.
As trying to arrest molesters, they ends up humiliated by them.
12 pages (29 illustrations).

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Good Concept, but Poor Product

Nov/11/2008  By GreymaneTop 50 Reviewer

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The concept of Usako FK's 'Vice City' series is very intriguing. Targeting those with a uniform fetish, specifically police woman enthusiasts, they have created a body of work that spans an extremely wide variety of situations. The vast majority of their work is rape-focus. In most (nearly all) of their products, the female police officers are humiliated and often raped by various people or creatures.

Vice City 2 focuses on what happens to a group of female police officers when they attempt to confront various chikan (perverts, typically train molesters) with predictable results. Split into three seperate stories, they manage at least to offer an interest selection of scenarios for the same premise. Each story includes multiple pictures and no alternatives and the stories themselves are fairly long affairs. The writing is actually fairly decent too; by no means deserving of any awards, but it does a respectable job tying the pictures together.

The pictures, unfortunately, is where the product starts to unravel. The artwork in Vice City is extremely second-class. Amateurish-to-poor, characters limbs and hands are often very misshapen. There is no depth to speak of. Everything looks extremely flat and one-dimensional. Almost all of the artwork is also plastered onto background images taken from real-life pictures, creating an extremely distracting contrast between art and photograph. As well as this, the HTML files the stories and pictures come on are very poorly put together. Text often overlaps, making it unreadable, and at times links on the page don't work at all.

While a very interesting idea, Vice City just does not deliver in terms of artwork or product quality. It's not very expensive, but it would take a good deal more polish before it would be worth even the current asking price.

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