Tag Archives: Shameless Review

Shameless Review – Seven Days: Anata to Sugosu Nanokakan (PS Vita/PC)

Playing this game brings me back to the time I used to play lots of Eroge on my PC…SUCH HORROR!

Shameless Review – Gun Gun Pixies (PS Vita)

It must be easy for Compile Heart to come up with new game ideas, all they ever need to do is to check 2chan for the craziest, hottest and kinkiest fetishes, then make a new title all around it. At least, this pretty much seems to have been the case for Gun Gun Pixies – Compile Heart’s very own take on the giantess fetish, in the form of a soulless game for the Vita…Poor Vita-tan!

Shameless Review – Shinobi Refle: Senran Kagura (Switch)

I’m not very into the Senran Kagura series. Most of the characters, story and designs just don’t work for me, but first and foremost, the gameplay was just boring. Therefore, it’s only fair for the first Senran game that I’ve ever review to be the one without any story or gameplay whatsoever! Behold: Senran Kagura, in its purest Hentai fan-service form!

Shameless Review – Genkai Tokki: Castle Panzers (PS4)

This will probably be this year’s last Shameless Review, so nothing more appropriate than closing it with the Hentai King of consoles: “Compile Heart”! In this new RPG adventure, they not only borrow the powers of Oppai, but they got all the Oshiri, too!

Shameless Review – Kimo Kawa E (DS)

Ok! It is the day of scary and dark festivities, which means it’s time to get serious: Behold, this obscure loli-game of darkness! Haha! I get the feeling this Halloween episode will be much better than the last one we did! Which I guess was a couple years ago on a February, or something…

Shameless Review – Island Days (3DS)

After many Hentai games filled to the brim with anime scenes, the natural evolution for the School Days series was obviously an all-ages Tower Defense game! Obviously! Isn’t that what everyone was waiting for? Regardless, it’s a new opportunity to talk shit about Overflow and their characters, so everybody wins!

Shameless Review – Punch Line (PS4/PS Vita)

Does anyone still remember Punch Line? It was a thing 2 years ago, but much like any anime focused on being kawaii, most people end up forgetting everything about them 1 or 2 years later. And after our long absence, we decided this game adaptation has become obscure and H enough for us to tackle!