GIRLS BATTLEGROUNDS | 性感大逃杀 is a lewd third-person shooter, loosely based on battle royale games.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
(F) Nudity.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
Thirty-minutes.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
Download as DLC.



Foreword

I originally published a review for GIRLS BATTLEGROUNDS on Feburary 11th, 2020. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of September, 2020. I still think this game is piece of crap, and I am impressed by how little time it took to overheat my PC and cause throttling. I’m glad my PC told me to stop playing after three-minutes — I had enough.

Gameplay

Kill everyone with your choice of frying pan, pistol, machine gun, or sniper rifle. The frying pan is worse than nothing, so forget about the frying pan. The only gun you need is the sniper rifle — one shot one kill. Provided no one spawns behind you (and they will), you can out-range the AI and watch everyone run in circles. If you see someone with a sniper, you’d best watch your ass (not too closely though!) There is no score and no objectives; GIRLS BATTLEGROUNDS is a free-for-all that doesn’t end until you give up (or your PC melts down from this wreck of a game.)

Story

There is no story (and I’m not making one up.)

Visuals

The titlescreen is fine, I do enjoy having my avatar displayed before starting a match. From “Customization” you can switch-up your outfit (or go nude, provided the DLC is installed.) There is no way to adjust any sort of user-preference, such as audio or display settings. GIRLS BATTLEGROUNDS is clearly an asset-flip-fest, but everything meshes together pretty well. I liked how every character spawns with randomized apparel, but I don’t like how every character (including yours) is literally the same model.

The Goods

There’s full nudity, and it’s not too bad. If you ask me, gratuitous nudity pretty much makes any game better.

Verdict

No, this game is not worth your hard-earned money. I doubt it’ll keep you interested for more than fifteen, twenty minutes even if you’re someone that likes memeware. This “game” is utterly incomplete. There isn’t a kill counter, or even a timer so you can at least have some form of personal goals or record keeping. Go buy some paper with your money and fold some origami bunnies or something — you’ll learn a new skill, and you’ll impress the ladies.

You should see the looks I get when I fold-up some frog action.