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Welcome to Hell. Time for Rehabilitation.
From Imageepoch the minds that brought you the Luminous Arc
series, comes Criminal Girls: Invite Only - releasing exclusively
for the PlayStation Vita this Friday (February 6th) in Europe.
Criminal Girls was originally a PlayStation Portable game that
only saw a release in Japan. This is the first time the game will be
releasing on Western shores, along with tons of additional content.
The game is also PlayStation TV compatible.
With the aim to not only escape the depths of hell itself, but also find out through social interaction with each girl - learn what sin landed them a place there too.
And maybe on your journey, reform a prisoner or two along the way!
Beware! Not all the prisoners of hell are happy with the reformation program either. And along your journey out of the Netherworld will aim to stop you in your tracks.
Criminal Girls: Invite Only is definitely not your typical Japanese role-playing game.
Rather than having direct control of your party during battles, you will instead have to choose what the Criminal Girls propose for you, and being in hell, they may not have your best interests at heart.
But the deeper that social bond becomes, the more attack options become available to use!
As your travels through hell progresses, the prisoners in your care will evolve. Whether facing their fears or through your motivation, they will lose their dusty prison uniforms and even transform into powerful Knights.
In addition to the original revamped PlayStation Portable game
with enhanced graphics, are some features developed exclusively
for the PlayStation Vita release.
The PlayStation Vita release of Criminal Girls: Invite Only
has two new previously unplayable characters in Miu
And with them come brand new added scenarios and levels
along with touchscreen functionality.
Pre-ordered it and picked it up yesterday at my local store.
I was very amazed that a (Japanese) erotic based game hits the PSN/PSVita and made it to the Western market. Mostly these kind of games are only available for the PC and in most cases only in Japan (or at least not an English translation).
Played it already for a couple of hours and it's a lot of fun. I gotta say though that I'm a bit let down by the graphics. I've paid €40 for a game that's using only 2D graphics..?
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