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New Hentai Game Announced That Can Be Played "With One Hand" And Oh God

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New Hentai Game Announced That Can Be Played "With One Hand" And Oh God

I’m going to preface this article by saying ‘to each his own’. Whatever people get up to in the comfort of their own homes is their own business, and judging other people based on their preferences is undoubtedly a dick move. HOWEVER. This is a bit beyond me.

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Nintendo have greenlit a new adult-themed puzzle game that uses the fact that it can “be played with one hand” as its main selling point. How and why that’s the case, I will leave to your very likely on-the-money imagination.

Cleanse your eyes (and brain) by checking out a much more wholesome Nintendo Switch Sports experience below.

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The game in question is called Hentai: Make love Not War and has been developed by Big Way, who are the same studio that released another controversial title for the Switch called Hentai Uni earlier this year.

If you check out the game on the eShop (which I’m not going to link to, you mucky pups) the description reads, “12 charming girls will help you relax and have fun. Girl soldiers, doctors, sailors, pilots and special agents are waiting for you! The game has more than 50 simple puzzles that can be played with one hand.”

As far as gameplay is concerned, players will have to solve puzzles in order to remove the clothing of the soldier, sailor, nurse, pilot etc on screen. According to VGC, Hentai: Make Love Not War is only available on the Nintendo eShop in the US, Canada and Mexico. Curiously though it does state that it supports 11 languages, so you’d assume that it’ll be coming to other territories including Europe at some point.

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The mind truly boggles that Nintendo, a company famous for their rigid stance on only supplying family friendly titles to their player base, would allow an M rated game of such obvious sexiness on their console but then, here we all are asking the same question. At any rate, the game is priced at $2.49 so at least it’s not going to break the bank if you’re interested.

Featured Image Credit: Big Wave, Nintendo

Topics: Nintendo Switch, Nintendo

Mark Foster
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