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Release Aug/14/2008
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  • Necessary Settings The application may not function unless a Japanese language pack is set properly in your PC / the System Locale is set to Japanese. For more details, please refer to [ How can I set my system locale to Japanese? ] on the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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4 bright female sages have finished their training and are off to pursue their dreams...when they're taken to a battle arena as "rare finds" and publicly violated.

Sage Assault is a fully animated intense adventure!

Includes an Ejaculation Selection function where you can choose between 4 types of sperm and uterus images!

Also includes a movie customization function (G Mode)!

Put together your favorite erotic animation to make a movie series of your very own!

Also includes a gambling SLG that will have you sweating from the intense battle scenes!

Can our hero safely rescues the girls??

For a demo video and more detailed information, please see our homepage!!
http://goebbe.sakura.ne.jp/

Voice Actresses: Oyama Chilole, Yunagi Oto, Nagase Yuzuha, Bubaigawara Shiho

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Good animation and concept, with some flaws

Nov/25/2008  By LBGTop 50 Reviewer

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The first reviewer already covered a lot of, so I'll just add in my 2 cents to this. 90% of the gameplay is a series of fights you can bet on. This is really cool at first, with some nice animations. Unfortunately, the bodies of all the girls are totally identical except for the faces, and none of them have any unique abilities. They are all 'sages' with the same attack magic and healing. It also becomes very easy when you realize the options available to you to rig the outcomes. You can give the girls power-ups, or even buy out a girl's contract and have them throw the fight. By about day 6, I had more money than I'd ever need. Between these fights is some brief story, with no choices to be made.

The only thing the seems to affect the ending you get is to repeatedly 'help' of one four main girls to win all the time. There are some nice gallery options available afterwards, but as the first reviewer pointed out there's one huge flaw here; the unique animations have overly specific requirements to unlock. I didn't get a single one the entire game despite getting a 'good end' with one of the girls. Luckily, getting an ending unlocks all that girl's scenes. It's almost as if the designers knew how overly hard it was to get them during the game, and provided this back-door method as a cop-out.

Overall, it's hard to recommended this for the price. The animations are nice, and having some sort of game to go with it is a plus over the many, many DQ products that are just CGs or animations. Trouble is, the gameplay is easy and unsatisfying, and you pretty much have to beat it 4 times to see all the animations. Possibly more if you screw up and get the 'normal end' on your first run. If you really like this Circle's style of animation, just get one of their others products without the pointless 'game' portion.

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If you don't read Japanese, don't bother.

Aug/27/2008  By Harlequin

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The basic premise of this game is not hard to understand. In the world of a fantasy kingdom, several "sages"- female wizards- have been captured and made to fight against each other in an arena. By betting on their battles, the hero can eventually buy various items to influence the outcome of the battles and, perhaps, win the heroines' freedom. It's a premise with a certain amount of promise, and if you've seen the demo video, you will probably come in feeling like you have indeed been promised something.

I like to think I'm a relatively intelligent person. I can figure out the save and load features in a menu in a language I don't speak; I have no difficulty grasping Goebbe's "make your own movie out of previously viewed clips" feature, and I grasp when I'm choosing option A or option B, even when the options suddenly change around a bit. I have now played through this game to two different conclusions, and I have yet to add a *single* scene to the gallery; yet to see anything more interesting than the repeated battle animations in which bits of the heroines' clothes are blown away by attacks. After hours of struggling through nested menus, hundreds of pages of text, the unskippable final credits sequence and finally using a translator on Goebbe's web site, my major discovery has been that I likely have more hours of the same to go through to see a single erotic scene.

I've given Goebbe Shop some credit for handling unusual fetishes in the past, but the notion of being able to witness internal ejaculations from a variety of different perspectives becomes completely irrelevant when you *never see the relevant scenes*. If Goebbe wants an audience, it should put less work into such things and more into making the game accessible to its players. The work-to-reward ratio of this game is appalling; it's hard to imagine its appeal to Japanese players, and frankly, it probably never should have been released untranslated to a non-Japanese-speaking audience at all.

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