Anime vs Virus Hentai vs Virus is a lewd third person shooter about anime babes and zombies.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
Female nudity.

Censorship?
No, woo.

Hours of Game-play?
Two or three hours.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.



Foreword

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

Gameplay

. . . in a nutshell

Go pew! Pew! Pew!

out the shell. . .

There are two modes to play, “Clearing Virus” and “Survival”. In the former, you weave through zombies to find (and destroy) a predesignated number of over-sized viruses. In the latter, you just don’t die for as long as possible. There are two unlockable characters, which can be obtained by destroying the (aforementioned) viruses. Though viruses spawn regardless of mode, new characters can only be unlocked via “Clearing Virus”. Zombies will spawn from all around, and they are relentless. They run as fast as the player, so it very important to keep them at bay. Throughout the city are hidden weapons, with differing damage and accuracy. There are rifles and shotguns.

If you see a shotgun leave it — they’re feckin’ useless.

Guns have infinite ammo and never need to be reloaded — though wildly unrealistic, I actually enjoyed not having to reload. I felt that it granted the game an retro, arcade-like feeling. Back in the olden days of pixel-based videogames, ammunition was hardly a concern. Speaking of retro gaming, you know what I think this game would benefit from? Powerups. Perhaps, there could be temporary “grenade” or “laser” power ups, much like the old Contra games.

That. . . could actually be pretty cool.



Story

Feck if I know what the story is, there ain’t none. Generic anime city is under seige! Some vile pandemic is sweeping across the world, and it has rendered all but a handful of ladies intact. Armed with nothing but bikinis and guns, the anime crew launches their offensive!

Visuals

The titlescreen is a mixed bag; it serves as a character customization and selection screen; a good chunk of it is dedicated to highscores; and the interface, though clean, looks cluttered. From “Settings”, you can adjust audio and display settings. The in-game graphics are asset-flips through and through. But they look alright.

Watch out — this game will turn your PC into a fireball. To play this game, you will need to use an FPS limiter to prevent this game from chewing up 100% system resources (and potentially damage your system). Personally, I use the FPS limiter packaged with Nvidia Control Panel.

The Goods

There’s nudity, and it’s nothin’ special — but it’s an absolutely welcome addition to the game.

. . . expect female nudity.

Verdict

Despite the newest updates, I still don’t recommend this title. . . but if you want to play a “memey” game, you might get a kick out of this title. There is in fact, meaningful gameplay, unlockables and (some) legitimate challenge. I still think this is a poorly made game, but it’s a gem among memeware.

Adult Patch

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Steam Review

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