Monster Girl Fantasy 2: Exposed is a lewd RPG about a hero’s plight to get his monster girl friends back (and best an interdimensional cuck-master!)


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
(FxM) Sexual content.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
Six or seven hours.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.



Foreword

I received a free copy of this game — thanks The Milosaurus! He writes,

Well you wanted it, you got it XD could be a new chance to talk too, been a while, and maybe we should hehe – no strain anyway, buckle….down hahah”.

Signed “Buckle Up, The Milosaurus”. Well, which one is it? Do you want me to buckle down or buckle up?!

Gameplay (1/5★)

Go from “A” to “B” while avoiding enemies (or don’t if you want to see the end of the game!) Your party is constantly changing; the only time you get to choose your teammates is during the last boss fight. There’s a few points in the game you’re forced to play by yourself, which means it’s very very important to invest into powerful skills, weapons and armor through hours of grinding. As you level-up, you’ll gain “Stat Orbs” which can be used to upgrade the main protagonist. By engaging in sexual relations with your teammates, you’ll gain “Skill Orbs” which can used to learn new skills. If you don’t invest into recovery skills, you’ll thoroughly regret your life decisions. There’s a few side quests here and there, but exploration isn’t strongly rewarded; at some point I stopped opening chests because their contents are absolutely useless. Be on the look out for out-of-the-way vendors that sell unique gear. You’re never given a chance to revisit areas, so if you forget items or quests it’s gone forever.

Wombat Complains about “Gameplay”

It’s true that there are “No Random Encounters“, but the frequency at which they spawn and speed at which they move make it nearly impossible to avoid “sneak past your enemies”. As a matter of fact, you’re forced “fight your way through” at multiple points in the game, negates any notion of optional stealth (and it also means that you absolutely have to grind for equipment and level-ups). It’s nearly impossible to “Surprise your enemies!” It’s nice when you do, but you probably won’t. The “Exotic fantasy world” would better be described as “generic fantasy world” (and “unique creatures and monster girls” is a bit of a stretch). But hey, I can totally agree that there’s a “Wide variety of weapons and spells“! There’s one-handed and two-handed weapons, and some characters can only use certain items. This forces you to invest into a variety of equipment, as dictated by party members’ limitations and strengths. At least Perky Peach Games isn’t completely full of it.

Story (2/5★)

You’re forced to name the protagonist, so I went with “Wogee”. Wogee has a lot of monster girl friends — well, he had a lot of monster girl friends. For reasons never explained, they were swept away through a series of portals! All but one of his friends are stuck in differing regions of time and space. Thankfully, Wogee and Nei managed to escape the barren world they wound up in — but no one else was so fortunate. Making matters worse, Wogee’s world will be negated — “Undone. Obliterated. Crushed by the void” — if he doesn’t retrieve them. To aid in his mission, Wogee is granted the “Power of Attraction”. His newfound power amplifies his companions’ attraction to him, allowing him to sexually coax them into leaving their newfound lives. As Wogee saves his world, a strange demon interferes and drains his friends’ “sexual energy”. . . we can’t have that can we?

Wombat Complains about “Story”

There is virtually no character development. Whenever you gain a new party member, the game spits exposition — easily one of the laziest ways to build your cast. With thirteen monster-girls to see, there isn’t much time to develop any of them. This game probably won’t make much sense unless you play the first one beforehand.

Visuals (3/5★)

The titlescreen looks okay. From “Options”, you may adjust audio and gameplay preferences. To borderless-fullscreen the application, hit the “F4” key. I found the game to be strictly average in terms of sprites and visuals. Monster Girl Fantasy 2: Exposed looks like any other RPGMaker game. I wish this game had some form of “gallery”. It takes a lot of work to unlock everybody’s nude portrait, and it sucks that you can’t check ’em out at will.

The ‘Goods’ (2/5★)

There is “full female nudity” but there is no sexual imagery whatsoever. Sex acts are referenced, and they are vaguely described in a few sentences. Sexual content in this game is so scant it’s completely unnecessary. The artwork is decent, but there isn’t much to see. As there’s no gallery, re-seeing anybody’s tits means replaying the game.

Verdict (2/5★)

This has been one of the least fun RPGs I’ve played in a while. I’m not kidding — I thought the last few RPGs I’ve played were unfun, but this game sets the bar even lower! I don’t think I’ve been so disengaged with a game in a long time either. Monster Girl Fantasy 2: Exposed can be summarized as “hold ‘enter’ and backtrack”. As I played this game, I watched videos on YouTube and I read articles about Morrowind on the UESP Wiki; that’s how engaging this game is (and that’s about how much thought it takes to play). It’s a shame, because I think Perky Peach Games really and truly put effort into this game, but it’s a bad game in so many ways. I’m not sure if Monster Girl Fantasy 2: Exposed is supposed to be comedic or satirical — because it fails at both. It fails as a lewd game, and it fails as an entertaining or strategically interesting RPG. I kind of wish I wasn’t exposed to Monster Girl Fantasy 2: Exposed. I think I’d be a happier wombat otherwise.