Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors Less Punishing Than Ever




The horrendously censored Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors has tried to convince more skeptical western fans into purchasing the game with its new trailer, making some wonder if doing so will even be worth the money considering the game’s sexier elements were its main draw…

The trailer, which introduces the game’s plethora of naughty criminals:

The inmates of Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors can be punished in a gender-equal manner in suitable safe spaces come September 20th for the Vita.

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  • that’s what annoyed me about the game its an R18 game yet its censored -.- nisa needs to grow some balls and not listen to the sjw / politically correct crowd -.-

    cant remember the name but another publisher who was forced to censor changed its mind and said said we will NOT censor our games anymore!

  • Darian Shields says:

    Can’t believe they censored it. Imposing censorship, is attacking freedom. People should bravely fight censorship and the market should reward those brave enough to bring such products.

  • Anonymous says:

    This is upsetting. I feel like shit after reading their response and reasoning for censorship. Luckily these guys don’t get their sad, shaky hands on anything I’m really into. I can pass on this, I have plenty else on my plate to enjoy.

    I have so much to say about this, about censorship, about people, business. But. Fuck it. Fuck this.

  • Anonymous says:

    Nisa not have any respect for his customers, they are liars “no we can do it uncensored” But Pqube can, but always there are a lot of shiteaters Aka “I buy censored games” that will buy this piece of shit.

    We must wait to someone pirate the PSVITA and then download a “Sparrow” version, maybe with a uncensored patch.

    • Anonymous says:

      The thing is NISA claims that the ESRB has a hateboner for them and rates their games super strict. If that’s true or not is up for debate, but that’s their stupid justification.

    • Anonymous says:

      NISA has always censored anything relating to lolis. Their argument is that these elements do not contribute to gameplay. And they know that people will continue to buy their games.

      Don’t like it? Don’t buy their games. Save your money and download translation-patched ISOs instead. This will discourage Japanese developers from partnering up with lousy publishers in the future.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s still a fun game. They added a system that lets you customize spells and skills for the characters. Theres a mechanic that lets you have a 100% uptime buff your party’s attack and defense positively or negatively depending on your party lineup so you actually have to think about who’s on your team and when to buff.

      The difficulty of battles and boss fights is actually higher than normal. Its hard enough to make your average casual gamer that likes to play JRPGs rage quit at points. You can of course grind your way to victory by spending hours doing nothing, but they become beatable if you set up your team, skills, and buffs properly. Last boss was pretty damn frustrating on the first run since you actually need to learn the attack pattern and buff properly or you get wiped out in one turn.

      Story was pretty crap. Minigames were really annoying but you NEED to do them to get stronger. Must suck even more to play now seeing that they’ve censored the only redeeming feature of those mini games.

    • Anonymous says:

      As a former employee of NISA, I can shed some light on the topic of censorship. Basically, they think loli is “tasteless” and don’t want to get sued over it. But I feel their paranoia is doing them more harm than good since they have such a niche market to begin with.

      I’m just happy Idea Factory left them.

        • Because they know their fanbase loves the art style in general. They also know that people will still buy the games anyway for the story and/or gameplay.

          They haven’t always focused on loli though. In fact, they released a Dark Souls knockoff a while back. It backfired for many reasons though. For now, I suppose they’re stuck with loli stuff whether they like it or not.

    • It is actually a reasonable business decision:

      There is a reason why this raunchy stuff has little market outside of Japan and that is westerners in general prefer lesser nudity/more mature characters.

      However, I do not see why they force everyone in the west to get the censored version instead of adding both with options for us to chose whichever we prefer.

      • Anonymous says:

        But see, that’s the problem. They have such a niche market to begin with and the average Western gamer would never play their stuff anyway. Censorship is just going to alienate the small number of players that they already have. I mean, let’s be honest: Besides fanservice, why else would you play this game?

    • Anonymous says:

      This, I mean everyone know that this game main thing is the sexy things.

      The gameplay is shitty, story is shitty, characters are kind of generic, the main attraction was the sex, it’s like bringing akiba strip and removing the stripping aspect

      • Anonymous says:

        The game play for 1st gen is surprisingly quite fun to play with, not sure for this 2nd. The fan service is pretty mild, only most prudish human would trigger, why they censor it? (of course again for the “think of the children!”)

        Now the akiba strip sequel is Akiba Beats, which is exactly the same as you mentioned, removing the stripping aspect and remove all the fun, convert it into cheap Persona wannabe.