You probably already know whether you want to buy an RPG where a boy runs around Tokyo’s otaku zone Akihabara killing vampires by beating them up until their clothes fall off and they evaporate. Ask yourself: “Do I want buy an RPG where a boy runs around Tokyo’s otaku zone Akihabara killing vampires by beating them up until their clothes fall off and they evaporate?”
The game’s Windows port came out in May, but the demo only arrived on Steam on Friday.
Yes, obviously it’s skeezy. As a lady of taste and distinction, the only pants I delight in seeing are Rik Mayall’s grotesque giant y-fronts in Bottom. However, I do dig the idea of roaming around a virtual Akihabara, enjoying both the idea of recreating a place at a specific time (between autumn 2012 and summer 2013, they say) and the place they’re recreating. Akihabara is weird and I may never visit it, so I’ll have a gander in this here demo.
Might beat up a few otaku with my wrestling moves and my keyboard, if I’m already there anyway.
Here, have a trailer from the original console release: