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One of the bases of the underground organization, Hunter, which is slowly conquering the underworld using their illegal gene manipulation technology, is the Gaidal Valley on a colonized planet. The battle between Hunter and the security task force that roams the Valley, Unipolice, is becoming more and more intense each day.

Rouge, a member of Unipolice, and Imaizumi Tomoko from Sight7 head to rescue Police Force Chief Mayumi, who has been captured by Hunter. However, faced with the intensely strong creatures created from their gene factory, Tomoko crumbles before Hunter.

Rouge watches as Tomoko is taken to Hunter's hideout. There was no doubt in her mind that Tomoko was now being subjected to torture beyond her imagination. The dilemma of her fear of being captured and her sense of duty collide, throwing Rogue into torment.

Should she run away while she can? Or should she fight for the sake of her comrades...? Our young and beautiful warrior with a strong sense of justice opts not to run away.

She infiltrates the Hunter base by herself, and throws herself in the heat of battle! However, caught by surprise, she too is taken to the basement room of the hideout.

Will she be able to stand the constant and unending violation hell that awaits her?

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Pick Up !Ararza continues to improve

Aug/02/2008  By Harlequin

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The good: The female models Ararza use in their works look better and better, both in how they look and how they move. The voice acting is fairly well done, and the "directors" have a good eye for cinematics; they use interesting angles and lighting for their subjects, and don't have the "short attention span" approach which makes some videos hard to watch. The use of first person is unusual (and to the best of my knowledge, new to Ararza works.) The music is decent, not something you want to play outside the video, but fit to the task and not distracting. The sex scenes do a pretty good job of catching the intensity and brutality of the moment.

The bad: One gets the impression that models other than the primary females aren't getting the attention or the double-checking that the females are, in movement, "skinning", or model design. The "zombies" have the floating look of puppets held from beneath, and their movements seem divorced from physics. Also, there are moments of obvious clipping (particularly the heroine's hair "going through" a shoe in one scene), and other shots where polygons used in the male models clip or contort in unfortunate ways. None of this is awful, just visible and distracting. None of the characters really lip-sync, and the "hollow balloon" look of the head of one of the male leads gives me the creeps... Maybe that's a good thing. But the inside of his lipless mouth looks like it's the same color as his face.

Conclusion: Ararza is well worth supporting; making episode-length erotic CGI with their own models is no easy task, and they continue to get better with each new volume. I must also confess I'm glad to see them moving beyond tentacles and monsters for their erotic scenes.

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