Kawaii Girl 2 is a lewd top-down shooter.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
(F) Sexual content.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Game-play?
Two hours.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
Download as DLC.



Gameplay

Collect guns n’ gold, shoot baddies, and make a break for the exit portal. There are thirteen stages total, and the goal of each is to survive waves of increasingly difficult enemies for until a timer expires. Enemies drop gold (and sometimes guns), allowing you upgrade your arsenal. As your foes grow in strength, it will become necessary to take cover and use your equipment to the fullest. Don’t forget to heal and when time’s up, you’d best hit the escape before it’s game-over.

. . . no, this is not a game you can play one-handed!

Story

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

Visuals

Strangely, the titlescreen features two “Play” buttons (and only one of them is functional). After playing the game for the first time, the titlescreen took on a more normal appearance. From “CG”, you can review unlocked CGs. After hitting the “Play” button, you can adjust audio preferences from the “gearbox” icon. The in-game visuals are delightful, but I noticed a great deal of screen tearing on the lower-half of the screen during my playthrough. I would liked the ability to borderless fullscreen the application.

The Goods

There are thirteen base animated CGs to unlock. Each CG comes with three variants, showing stages of undress and sexual stimulation. The artwork is good, and the animations are strictly okay. The CGs use fancy stock backgrounds, and sometimes you can often spot seam lines. Overall, I consider the gallery to be below-average. Also, most of the CGs are the same as those from the previous entry in the series, Kawaii Girl.

Verdict

I definitely recommend this game, but it’s hardly an improvement from the previous Kawaii Girl. Sure, there are a few more stages to see, and CGs too. But new stages can be added via DLC, and I had hoped Kawaii Girl 2 would have brought new art, new mechanics, and a whole suite of redone levels. If you already own Kawaii Girl, you won’t be missing out on much if you don’t choose to “upgrade”. If you don’t already own the first game, I’d give Kawaii Girl 2 a try it’s actually a pretty fun top-down shooter.

Wombat Woe Screen Tearing
I don’t know if it’s an issue with VSync or the game itself, but the I experience regular screen tearing during gameplay.