New Criminal Girls: INVITATION Info and Screenshots Will Give the Pundits a Big Headache

on September 4, 2013 11:28 AM

Nippon Ichi Software just sent in a batch of new information, artwork and screenshots of the upcoming PS Vita exclusive JRPG Criminal Girls: INVITATION.

So here’s a warning I’ll repeat from my latest post about the game:┬áthe imagery and themes included in this article could be considered not safe for work in quite a few workplaces. Also, if fanservice with some serious BDSM undertones offends you, you better skip this altogether because your head is probably just going to implode.

First of all we get the catch the first glimpse on two new playable characters that have been introduced in addition to the cast that appeared in the original PSP game. The first is Himekami (the girl with long purplish hair and a rose in it), while the second (the one with short silver hair) still does not have a name, and her identity, not to mention the sins for which she’s been thrown in the Tower of Hell, are a complete mystery. A new additional scenario will focus on the stories and on the sins of these two girls.

For the PS Vita version of the game the animations during the “Punishment” scenes have been redone in Live2D. Below you can see a series of screenshots showcasing the various expressions that the girls will display while the player punishes them. Looks like in a future press release we’re going to see more about the animations of the girls’ bodies, and there’s also going to be a trailer.

Until then, you can check out all the assets described above in the gallery, including the lovely key art that will appear on the game’s box. Just remember the warning I put at the top of the post.

 

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