Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors Trailer Keeps It Tame
(Last Updated On: July 13, 2016)

NIS America released a new trailer for Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors for PlayStation Vita. The trailer is extremely tame, giving gamers very little to latch onto and practically none of the lusty, licentious material that made the series popular to begin with.

The trailer was spotted by Hey Poor Player, and it only clocks in at a minute and 23 seconds. It oh-so-briefly covers the profiles for the playable female criminals that will make up the player’s party. You can check out the trailer below.

The trailer has received plenty of downvotes from people who are not very fond of the game being heavily censored in the West courtesy of NIS America.

Opposite of Idea Factory International, NIS America won’t even risk trying to bring risque content to the West’s shores for fear of ratings and media backlash.

Some videos from various YouTubers breakdown the censorship debacle and thoroughly ranting about American’s not being able to play Mature rated games the way they were intended to. Hikikomori media seems to sum up the situation nicely.

Some gamers claim that they will still buy the censored version for the story and gameplay, others have admitted that with the sexy-time toned down or removed they have no interest in supporting NIS America.

Essentially the game’s “punishment” sequences have been altered, especially in regards to making sure none of the art shows the girls in situations that might depict them not showing “consent”. Fictional “non-consensual” punishment that involves acts that could be construed sexually apparently aren’t allowed in American games that rated Mature.

Bindings, restraints and BDSM content and themes also had to be toned down.

It’s interesting because the media is constantly saying games need to “grow up” just not when it comes to titillating content for males I guess?

Anyway, you can look for Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors to launch on September 20th for the PlayStation Vita in North America and on September 23rd in Europe. For more information be sure to visit the official website.

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  • Alistair

    Breaking news despite all arugment for why the game need to be censored to get lower rating and avoided that AO In NA.

    Nisa has failed Gesormany and Australia has refuse the game a rating.

    So that censored arugment is mooted HAHAHA HA.

    • Yep, just posted up a story about it. Unbelievable. Censoring the game to the high heavens and still it gets banned in those regions.

  • Alistair

    In another thread in another time i put this that criminal girls 2 would still get a PEGI-18 even if its censored like the 1st one.

    Well it looks like i was wrong doesnt it, but wait a sec what rating is it, it Pegi-16 That it shelf open up more questions and NISA still Lied to us.

    It is public knowledge and i said this too another reason for censorship is of course to get a much lower rating for wider audience.

    You cant get lower then 16 rating, that brings up another question the game is more censored then the 1st did NISA Said that No.

    The guys at censored gaming has now comparison of the 2 version check them out another thing NISA Forgot to tell us is removal of nipples bump though clothing, plus a more clothing on some girls and less panty shots.

    All this to get a pegi-16 Holy Fuck.


    If by chance Pegi did still give CG2 a Pegi-18 then NISA lied again.

  • Alistair

    So just for a laugh we play the devil avocate and we treated those poor fictional girls in 1 game then we went on to murder fictional characters in the next game we play that same day under SJWs law we go into they court of fictional human rights”

  • Alistair

    I watch that vid and guess what he right, he knows we knows that NISA like IFI have a web store like ghostlight also have one.

    They fear ESRB would give it a AO if that was case why dont they put it on they web store the censored game will be on the web store anyways.

    And no-one ask NISA About that. Another thing they forgot is about the 1st game and 2nd game, in the 1st game being censored they said wanted a lower rating for wider audience that is the fact didnt mention this time around.

    But to top it of the power distance never hear it before NISA Must have invented that word. I hear consent before besides how can fictional characters give consent of what you gonna do to them.

    Should we say the same thing and censored COD GTA and GOW There power distance there and non consent too. “would you consent to me fictional character to headshot you in the head” ………………..

    Because im sure they cherry picking what game is acceptable and what game isnt.

    any sane persons can tell the difference from fact and fiction only insanely SJWs cucks cannot seek medical help.

    • how can fictional characters give consent of what you gonna do to them.

      This is the thing that gets to me. How the heck do fictional characters give consent? It’s pretty dumb. Like you mentioned, we don’t get consent from these fictional characters to shoot them.

  • They really should not have bothered bringing this out to the West in all honestly.

    The amount of censorship in this game is simply disgusting.

  • MusouTensei

    Only recently bought a used copy of the 1st game, will do the same here too.

  • Grahav

    The only reason I might had bought a Vita, ruined.