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Burokku Girls (pc game)
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Oh, dear, oh dear, oh dear. Burokku Girls is one of those insanely dodgy Japanese games which give the rest of the world such a poor impression of the country and the sad little gamers who enjoy such things while living in their mothers' basements. It's another of those visual novels whose only appeal is the presence of insanely large animated breasts but when you get past this limited attraction you're left with a very poor game indeed. This one is a linear visual novel-style experience, which follows the story of Takeshi, a young lad who tries out a VR machine only to be trapped in a Minecraft-style world full of beautiful girls. That itself wouldn't be too bad, but unfortunately there's a nastier threat as the Darklings threaten to take over the world, so only Takeshi and his new friends can save the day. This isn't something with a lot of gameplay, and it really is simply a case of reading the various dialogue boxes and following the story, and there's very little in the way of choice, so don't go in expecting to have to make any meaningful decisions, something which also affects the replay value. It is a short game too, so that might also affect your decision to pick it up. However, it also suffers from more serious problems in that it's really just a game for sad breast-obsessed individuals who haven't got what it takes to make it in the real world. The story is pretty poor, which is a major drawback in such a game, while the art is inconsistent and too wildly exaggerated, making it one to avoid.