Caladrius Blaze Adds Uncensored CG Options For Steam Release
Caladrius Blaze
(Last Updated On: January 16, 2017)

While a lot of companies are censoring their games when they head west, Caladrius Blaze received the opposite treatment: receiving uncensored CG ecchi images for its Western release on Steam.

In fact, some NSFW CG images help bring Moss Co.’s Caladrius Blaze up from the standard crop of shoot-’em-up titles and puts it in a league of its own. The “Shame” system sees the characters losing their clothes throughout the battle, encouraging players to fight better and fight harder in order unlock the erotic CG sequences.

The game recently launched on Steam after originally coming out on the Xbox 360 and then later being re-released on PS3 and PS4. The game features the standard SHMUP antics, from an arcade mode with lots of stylish, bullet-hell style combat scenarios, to a fully fleshed out story mode featuring visual novel-length characterizations, motivations and narratives.

They released a safe for work gameplay trailer that only covers the basic elements, but you can check it out below.

While the trailer may have kept it tame (possibly due to ratings purposes) the actual game itself is anything but. You can turn on the NSFW option and attempt to enjoy the game with only one hand.

Essentially after defeating each boss, you’ll be rewarded with a nice piece of erotic artwork from Suzuhito. This applies for the single-player and cooperative game modes, all designed to keep the players “motivated”.

Caladrius Blaze - CG Scenes

The game was originally rated ‘T’ for Teen, but I’m not so sure the rating keeps its integrity now that they have Yasuda Suzuhito’s artwork present during the “shameful” CG scenes. They don’t go into full-blown “H” territory but they get close enough to push those boundaries.

This is probably one of the rare times when a game added uncensored content to its release instead of removing it. It’s the complete opposite of what happened with NIS America and Criminal Girls: Invite Only.

I guess this shows that some developers still have their balls, and some gamers are quite appreciative of that fact.

The user reviews are quite positive for the game so far, with plenty of fans praising the amount of options and content available in Caladrius Blaze. And yes, there is also an SJW mode, so if you aren’t fond of risque ecchi content you can turn it off and avoid seeing any of the characters in their “shameful” state.

If you’re interested in picking up a copy you can do so right now over on the Steam store for $24.99.


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  • yortzd

    Can confirm the gog version is also uncensored.

  • Fear Me I Am Free

    Honestly if it came down censored/uncensored being an option, I’d be okay with it. Obviously fully uncensored is the way to go, but if they want to make those special little snowflakes who can’t handle a panty shot or some cleavage feel better about themselves then whatever.

  • Sweet!

  • Professor_Icepick

    Neat.

    Between NIS’s encouragement of modders decensoring Criminal Girls, their consideration of releasing Criminal Girls 2 uncut and this, there’s pretty much no reason not to grab games with lewd content on Steam. Hope more Japanese devs are watching.