If there was any game where the cover was a near-perfect example of what the game contained, then this would be very high on the list of games that do that. Catgirls, shrine maiden catgirl, and a dog girl in various states of undress, but with anything explicit hidden so it will be a bit more exciting to the person who wants to buy this.
That is right, it is time for another H game review!
Alice: Madness Returns is the sequel to American McGee’s Alice, released back in 2000.
For those who don’t know, American McGee is not only the apparent result of parents mixing up name and nationality on a birth certificate, but is also one of the people behind classics like Doom.
For additional irony, American McGee is now apparently a resident of China.
Madness Returns picks up where the original Alice left off, if the wikipedia article is to be believed. Luckily, the original game costs about $10, so the fact that you need to play the original game to fully understand the latest game isn’t too expensive of a prospect.
X-Blades is a game that is a lot like any of the Tomb Raider games, in that it stars a female treasure hunter who kills everything that stands in her way and who is merely there as eye-candy for attracting 14 year old boys.
Another good comparison is that the controls in both of those games tend to range from merely broken to unusably bad.
That’s right, this review for today is 3D Custom Girl (Demo), also known as the game that lets you have some adult fun with your computer and a virtual girl. An alternate title would be ‘I never expected to review this, since there is no way anyone could have gotten a review copy, since companies tend to expect review copies to be returned.’
But anyways, onto the review once you click the more button, which you know you want to do.