Eastasiasoft Drops An EAStershowcase
One of our more risque publishers, eastaisasoft have produced another direct style presentation over the weekend. In this four minute presentation they detail the games we’ll be playing over the course of the next couple of months. Let’s have a look shall we?
For fans of the visual medium, we’ve embedded the presentation below:
Below are all of the games detailed in the above video.
Delicious! Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire / PlayStation 4 & Nintendo Switch / 8th April
Coming out in just a few days is Delicious! Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire for PS4 & Switch. This sexy spin on the Chinese classic single player board game has anime girls playing dress-up for you each time you win a game. For those unfamiliar with the game of Mahjong, you have to match pairs of tiles to remove them from the board, but hitting a dead end results in a game over.
In Delicious! Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire each time you play the board is randomised to keep each session unique but developers ZOO Corporation are expecting players turning up for the fan service, of which there is a fair bit. There are nine fully voiced Japanese anime girls appearing in game and all costumes can be viewed in a dressing room mode.
Kingdom of Arcadia / Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PS4 & Xbox One / 14th April
Kingdom of Arcadia from Spoonbox Studio has you playing as Sam, a lover of arcade games. When he goes to play one of his dad’s old games, he finds himself pulled into a pixelated world of Arcadia. He sets about on a sprawling 2D adventure, fighting enemies and huge bosses. By completing missions, you’ll help Sam find his way back home.
The adventure also includes RPG elements as you can level up and upgrade weapons and amour through the shops dotted around the world. The premise may sound a little Tron, but Kingdom of Arcadia is shaping up to be inspired by 80s D&D games and we’re all for it.
Dungeon Escape / Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 / 21st April
Get good or die trying is the mantra of Dungeon Escape. This puzzle game shares a lot of inspiration from Super Meat Boy and that is by no means a bad thing. You have to navigate a plethora of dungeons where the aim is to find coins, collect keys, kill enemies, and ultimately, escape.
In the way are an assortment of obstacles that’ll test reflexes and reaction times. The visuals are deliberately minimalistic and while there is a splatter of blood with each death, this is more cartoonish in nature than disgusting. We’ll see how well Dungeon Escape plays when it’s released in a few weeks.
Crime Opera: The Butterfly Effect / Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch / 28th April
It wouldn’t be an eastasiasoft presentation without at least one visual novel and at the end of April we’ll be playing Crime Opera: The Butterfly Effect. This game puts you in the place of children of a dead mob boss and how they deal with the sudden death of the head matriarch.
The game has piqued our interest as these children are not shielded from the brutality of mob-life. As a power struggle ensues owing to the passing of their mother, Gerald and Xander experience murders, kidnappings and other unpleasantness throughout the game’s 24 chapters. In Crime Opera: The Butterfly Effect you also have the option of just watching events unfolding by choosing to play through the game without choices that effect the outcome of the story.
Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Fantasy World Edition / PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch / 6th May
ZOO Corperation have a second showing in the presentation with Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Fantasy World Edition which releases on 6th May. It follows a similar format to Delicious! Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire however instead of a solo player game, you’ll be playing poker.
Choosing from a cast of 16 ‘pretty girls’ there are two modes of play. The first stop is Pretty Mode. This is the main mode where you can unlock your opponents as well as ‘other rewards’ by completing set missions. After you’ve exhausted Pretty Mode, you can pick up Free Play. This allows you to chose and customise your card game with any of the sorceresses, demons or scantily clad lovelies you have unlocked.
Hentai Vs Evil / Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 / MAY
The final game in the presentation was the announcement that the brilliantly named Hentai Vs Evil will be getting a PlayStation 5 release alongside a PS4 & Nintendo Switch version. This tongue in cheek zombie shooter has you playing as one of three heroines who are on a mission to save the world’s waifus who have been locked up in cages. Suit up our heroes however you like and take on evil. With a name like Hentai Vs Evil, you know exactly how far this customisation goes. It’ll be interesting to see how much the platform holders will allow.
The third person shooter does currently look a bit on the janky side, but we’ll wait to see how it pans out. The developers Axyos Games have stated that the aim of the game is to have fun above anything else. Hentai Vs Evil has no fixed release date but we’re expecting it to launch by the end of May.
Have any of these games tickled your pickle? Are you as curious as us, but a little bit afraid to have Hentai Vs Evil visible on your purchase history?