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Genkai Totsuki Moero Chronicle (Japanese)
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Moero Chronicleis Compile Heart's Dungeon RPG follow-up toGenkai Toki Monster Monpiece- includingCompile Heart's risque description of a "rubbing, pinching, panty-wearing RPG."
The story follows Io, a young boy troubled by his profane and arguably perverted thoughts - creating a lot of difficulty when it comes to talking with girls.His relationship with hisconfedant and only real friend, a monster girl, creates some tension when the world starts experiencing natural disasaters and hostility from the other monster girls!
With rumors of a "Legendary Monster Girl"bent on world destruction starts to circulate, mankind isforced to take a stand. Io must nowinvestiage the origins of the occuring phenomenons, taking his childhood monster girl friend along with him on his adventure intothe world of monsters.
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|Original Name||極限凸記 萌萌編年史 (日文版)|
|Official Release Date||May 14, 2014|
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|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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you want cute monster girls? want to see lots of fan service? then this is the game to satisfy those demands
If Monster Monpiece was naughty, then Moero Chronicle is softcore porn. It is clearly and unapologetically focused on adult imagery and themes, yet it manages to pack in some surprisingly deep role-playing mechanics, to a point that I'd like to see similar ideas implemented in Demon Gaze or future Etrian Odysseys. While Moero is certainly more accessible than those hardcore dungeon crawlers, I applaud the bold direction that Compile Heart has taken for its Genkai Totsuki series. Moero is more worthy of your time investment than Monster Monpiece, both in narrative and gameplay, but it retains the ecchi rubbing mini-games that made the first entry a breakout hit with mature audiences. That being said, if you don't enjoy classic first-person, tile-based dungeon crawling, Moero won't do much to change your mind, but it's still an easy entry point into the genre. You can change difficulty at almost any time, and since higher difficulties offer greater experience gain and better item drops, it's still balanced enough for this option not to break the game. The recruitable monster girls are customizable using "job panties" that change up skill sets, base stats, and even visualized portraits. Housing is upgradable, items can be crafted using the egg-laying feature, creatures may be captured and assigned as support pets, a relationship system makes all the rubbing worthwhile, and elemental aura alignments are just one of many nuances that make combat deep and strategic. Add to that a harem roster of 50 monster girls to unlock and some solid voice acting and you've got a pretty great game, albeit quite silly at times. Considering that many dungeon crawlers contain generic stories as hollow vessels for more robust gameplay, Moero's lighthearted tale is at least more original and integrates well with the mechanics. I've found myself hoping for a direct sequel to Moero Chronicle, which Monpiece would not have managed on its own. I highly recommend checking it out, as long as the heavy fan service doesn't turn you away.
If you like dungeon crawlers and cute anime girls this is for you. Definitely not for kids, destructible clothes on girls and rubbing games are fun and outrageous, kinda like Criminal Girls. So if you like RPGs and don't mind the fan service pick this up! Lots of fun!!
Moe game. Good one too.
If you like games like Demon Gaze. Then you should definitely check this game out.
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