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Moero Chronicle H heading west this Spring on Nintendo Switch

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Idea Factory promises Moero Chronicle Hyper will include all original art and event CGs.

Moero Chronicle H, the Nintendo Switch digital title released on the Nintendo eShop yesterday in Japan, is headed west this spring as Moero Chronicle Hyper (there goes your pet theory that the "H" stood for "harem"), announced publisher Idea Factory International. Finally, players will get the answer to the age old question: "How cute can a monster be?"

The original Moero Chronicle released in Japan and Asia on the PlayStation Vita, and made its western debut on Steam in 2017. It's a dungeon crawler adorned by anime ladies, and the most recent version has been remastered in HD to make everything look that extra bit nicer.

Here's a rundown of key features from today's press release:

  • Vibration function for the "Bumping Scratch" session.

  • New items to increase stats.

  • Autopilot Mode, which allows players to point on a map and automatically brings you to the player's destination.

  • ALL original art and event CGs released in the PlayStation Vita and Steam version!
The revelation that all original artwork will be included, and the fact Idea Factory saw fit to give "all" the all-caps treatment, should come as welcome news to fans of risque games from Japan as of late, thanks to Sony's recent decision to give publishers grief when they wander very far in "fan service" territory.

Moero Chronicle stars Io, a young man with a big problem: he can't talk to women unless they are monster girls. Now, he must venture through Monstopia, a dangerous region filled with rampaging monster girls. Only he can get to the root of the problem and decide why the monster girls have suddenly become such a nuisance.

The game features heavy emphasis not only on conventional dungeon crawling, but on relationship mechanics. You'll need to build trust with 50 different girls, each with skills and traits all their own. Giving them gifts and improving their homes is sure to bring them around, plus you must "purify" them with the "Bumping Scratch" mini-game as you "find their points of weakness on their body and touch, rub, poke, or pick until they're purified!"

Yep, that sounds like exactly the sort of thing Sony might censor in 2019, but there'll be none of that here. You can touch, rub, poke and pick to your heart's content, apparently.

If you'd like to see the game in action and get an idea just how things come together, check out the rather risque trailer embedded above. You know you want to!

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Staff article by Jason Venter (February 01, 2019)

Jason Venter has been playing games for 30 years, since discovering the Apple IIe version of Mario Bros. in his elementary school days. Now he writes about them, here at HonestGamers and also at other sites that agree to pay him for his words.

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