The Last of Waifus is a lewd first-person shooter.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
(F) Nudity.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Game-play?
Forty-five minutes.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
Download from Steam.



Gameplay

Grab your guns, wait for ’em to respawn, grab ’em again (for more ammo), and head out the door to slay some zambeez. If you die, it’s back to square one (recollecting those guns again and again). You can’t pause the game whatsoever, which blows so hard I think it’s unacceptable. I recommend finding a ledge that you can hop upon and stay out of reach — it actually makes the game a lot more fun.

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

Story

Uh. . . I dunno, all I got to work with is the setting and the title. Clearly, there’s been some sort of outbreak. . . uh, we’ll call it the Cobrona virus. Sweeping across the nation, it has transformed every man into viscous waifu-wasting monsters. They conspire to create Broder, a new world order with no room for waifus. . . because everyone is gay now. The protagonist is Waifoo, and she’s the last waifu in existence. Waifoo’s womb is humanity’s last hope for planet Earth’s beloved waifus.

Full disclosure — wieners are cool, but we need breasts n’ booties too guys.

Visuals

The titlescreen is well organized, and it’s almost awesome. I would have loved to see a series of cinematic cutscenes, much like the titlescreen from Halo Wars. The “Settings” menu is surprisingly robust, allowing you to adjust a variety of audio, display, gameplay and graphical preferences. From the “Gallery”, you can check-out a selection of drawn CGs. The in-game visuals are about as good as any asset flip or memeware. They look okay, but they also look like they don’t belong together.

The Goods

There’s a gallery featuring a handful static, nude CGs of the player character. They aren’t top-notch, but they’re pretty alright and it’s not often you see original artwork in a memeware title. The artwork is probably the best thing this game has to offer.

Verdict

I don’t recommend this game. I’m sure some people might find this game fun for five-minutes, but my biggest problem by far is the heating issues. It didn’t matter if I set this game to “Ultra” or “Potato” — regardless of settings, The Last of Waifus causes my PC to reach critical temperatures. The last time I booted this software, it crashed my PC. If you like “memeware”, there are better options on the market, with more variety and meaningful gameplay. I hope this will be the last time I’m cursed with playing The Last of Waifus.