Nintendo’s credentials as a purveyor of healthy family entertainment have again hardened considerably with the news the DS stylus is once more being employed for the purpose of probing young girls, in this case by way of the roving hands of Yoshika.
The game, intriguingly described as a “skinship adventure,” is entitled “Strike Witches 2 – Iyasu, Naosu, PuniPuni ni Suru.”
Details on the actual game are understandably rather scarce considering the lack of importance evidently ascribed to this fundamental aspect of the game by its otaku fanbase.
It appears to revolve around Yoshika applying acupressure to the lithe bodies of the various witches in order to advance the story through a series of titillating service situations interspersed with vague hints of plot.
The irony surrounding Yoshika’s seiyuu’s recent complaints of a chikan encounter only seems to increase in light of the content of both the game.
Of perhaps even more interest (at least to anyone actually interested in the game in the first place) than the game itself are the extras coming with it, in the form of tantalising telephone cards – Messe Sanoh (Lucchini) sales in particular look to have an unfair advantage.
Fans will have to buy copies from 6 different stores to collect them all – there seems to be little doubt that a disturbingly large number will.
The game itself is due to be released on the 21st of October – it is available for pre-order now.