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Gibo: Stepmother's Sin

Gibo: Stepmother's Sin (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Dating Simulation (Hentai)
Developer: Will

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05/??/2004

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Gibo: Stepmother's Sin review

Reviewed July 16, 2005

Juvio Lothario says: "Gibo's art is all drawn quite nicely and the dialogue is translated with a bare minimum of grammatical errors. This is important because it's hard to take a game seriously when the translation is fraught with spelling mistakes and incorrect word usage."
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