Cyber Agent Review

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Cyber Agent is a lewd shoot-’em-up with light visual novel segments.


(Adult) Content?
(F, FxM) Sexual content.

No, woot! Woot!

Hours of Game-play?
One or two hours.

Modding Support?

Patch Available?
Download from Steam.


This is a unfinished review I wrote over two years ago. It’s probably trash.

The developer has informed me that there is “added adult content” (as of June 2nd, 2020). Let’s see what they mean by that!


For the purposes of this review, the adult-patch is installed.


. . . in a nutshell

You smash through a few text boxes, and you shoot-shoot until there’s nothin’ left to shoot. Some stages begin with brief visual novel segments, and lewd scenes are unlocked between certain levels. Most of the game consists of shooting baddies from a stationary turret. It’s essentially shoot-’em-up without dodging projectiles. To survive, you must manage your “assists” and power-ups (dropped by enemies). Assists can provide immense fire support or invulnerably, and they are effective at getting your rear outta sticky situations.

out the shell. . .

The main meat of this game is the shoot-’em-up portion. You control a stationary turret, and enemies approach from all around. The idea is kill ’em all, without taking too much damage.

Assuming you got the DLC, a few new modes will open up.

In the “dance mode”, you choose a character, a song and moveset. Afterwards, you may watch your chosen character dance and remove their clothes. It’s. . . not very fun, or saucey either. In “visual novel mode”, you play a (very) brief visual novel that includes a few spicey images. I counted two player choices between the beginning and end.


You’re known as “Commander”, and you’re stuck in the world of Agent Cyber. Perhaps, you are enjoying a virtual simulation of sorts, or you’re playing a videogame in the videogame. You have been tasked with training a squad of Cyber Agents


The titlescreen looks presentable, but it’s empty and boring. From “Setting”, you may adjust audio and language preferences. Sound is controlled by a single slider, which kind of blows. I think music and sound effects should not be lumped into one selection.

The Goods

There are a few different goodies to see, provided the DLC is installed. In the “dance” mode, there are full-nude 3D models, which look aright. In the “visual novel” mode, there are a handful of lewd CGs, some with light animations. The artwork is high quality, but animations somewhat lacking. Expect female nudity and male-on-female sexual intercourse.

. . . expect female nudity.


This game is actually kind of fun, I’d recommend it if you have a few dollands to spend.

Questions, requests or comments?