Naughty Girl is a set of sexual-animations between two characters, and a half-baked means of interaction. More on that later.
(FxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
No, not necessary.
This article is pending review. It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something I’m not proud of.
. . . in a nutshell
I need to make some revisions.
out the shell. . .
Alright, more on that now. You have a wide selection of sexual positions to share between a male and female character, whom are presumably lovers. She asks for certain positions every twenty seconds or so, and the goal of the game is to pick ones that she will like. Once you max-out a “love meter”, she feels like doing a squirty thing that Steam will censor if I type it in this review.
I think she just says that to make you feel better. There’s no money shots here.
You play as a no-name lover and bang another no-name lover in some fancy flat. There’s your story.
The models used in the animations are decent. The lady looks a bit off if you look at her wrong, and she definitely looks. . . matured. Actually, overall the animations are very well done. It’s just the lady’s mouth that throws me off sometimes. I think it is an “uncanny valley” sort of thing. You can view any animation you want at will, which is cool. You can hide the GUI with a single click, which is handy. . . for your viewing pleasure.
The artwork is highly stylized, and the goodies (in my opinion) looked awesome. Plump ‘n juicy. However, the CGs cannot be fullscreened (due to their one-to-one aspect ratio). The user-interface can be hidden, but ugly colored bars will inhabit the screen (even at full zoom). Expect female nudity.
I don’t doubt that this game is worth what it is (10 USD), as animations take a lot of work. The visuals are great in that regard, but my issue with this title is game-play and characters. I feel no connection to the characters, and this title really is nothing more than a gallery. If you don’t like one of the characters, then the whole “game” become useless. Don’t buy this title looking for something engaging. Buy it if you really like the models.
Personally, I think that if this game were to include different characters or settings, or more game-play elements, or even just an engaging story, it would be worth a buy. Until then, I would wait for developments (if any).