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Chain: The Lost Footprints

Chain: The Lost Footprints (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Dating Simulation (Hentai)
Developer: ZyX
AKA: Chain (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
07/07/2002
JP
06/29/2001

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Staff Reviews

Chain: The Lost Footprints review

Reviewed July 15, 2009

Jason Venter says: "Chain: The Lost Footprints tries to offer a different sort of hentai experience. You've only been playing for a few minutes and already you've made two choices. Options don't typically come at the player so frequently in a genre known more for its one-handed play style. For that reason alone, the game initially feels different from the majority of its peers. Finally, you're an active participant instead of a voyeur. Will it continue to hold your interest, though?"
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