Nekopara Vol. 3 Lands On Steam, 18+ Uncensored Patch Available From Denpasoft
Nekopara Vol 3
(Last Updated On: May 27, 2017)

Neko Works and Sekai Project announced that Nekopara Vol. 3 is currently available for download from Valve’s Steam storefront. The game carries a $9.99 price tag on it, but you can get it for 10% off the normal price during the first week for only $8.99. The uncensored 18+ patch is also available from Denpasoft.

After originally suffering a delay back in early April, where Neko Works announced that the creator and illustrator of Nekopara Vol. 3, Sayori, had fallen ill and was hospitalized. This moved the release date of the game from April 28th all the way back to May 26th.

Gamers had to endure a month’s long wait time while Sayori recovered so that he could finish the artwork and finish up the game, but after the minor bump in the word, they managed to get the visual novel up and out for gamers.

The title centers around a patisserie named “La Soleil”, where two cat sisters overcome their obstacles to help one of them achieve a dream, all while helping keep the patisserie up and running and dealing with comedy hijinks along the way.

Like the previous entries in the Nekopara series, gamers can expect plenty of high-quality CG artwork and tons of ecchi and sexy catgirls.

Like most other entries in the series, the title has received sparkling and glowing reviews from the denizens of Steam. It has a “Overwhelmingly Positive” user review rating at the moment, and gamers can’t get enough of the cute catgirls, the comedic themes, and all the sexy-time that comes along with it.

Other gamers were more-so enticed by the 18+ NSFW patch that adds lots of additional sugar and spice to the game.

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The 18+ patch can be purchased from Denpasoft’s store page for $9.99.

The patch adds animated H-scenes, along with fully voiced characters and animated movements using the E-mote system.

You will have to own the full version of Nekopara Vol. 3 on Steam before you can apply the patch. But once you have the Steam version you can then install the uncensored Denpasoft patch to add the  H-scenes and adult CG images back into the game.


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  • Ghost

    I’ve always left it alone, but…. Billy, I really don’t get you and these hentai visual novel. It truly baffles me.

    • lol…dude these things are HUGELY popular. We’re one of the only few sites that cover them so there’s a decent sized audience out there just being left completely untapped in terms of coverage for some of these games.

      • Phasmatis75

        It’s rather nice how you give coverage to these games. Both for the developers and for your site since the audience that cares about these kinds of games will either come here or to lewdgamer.

      • Don’t underestimate eroge. Even the fate series started off as an eroge.

    • LurkerJK

      I used to play a lot of these back in highschool/early college when i had “infinity free time” (oh i miss those days), sometimes they were shit, sometimes they were just about the sex but every now and then i found a gem. I can say with all honesty that i have NEVER experience stories as unique, varied and captivating in gaming as i did while playing visual novels

      These games are often made by a handful of ppl that really effing love making games for very small budgets and because of that they have true freedom in what they can create.

      I have played/read stories about pretty much any genre you can imagine, from a detectives investigating weird experiments on a beach resort island to gender bending high-school slice of life to mechas fighting eldritch abominations in alternate universes to cyberpunk/neuromancer style hack induced gory murder mysteries to tentacle horror in space stations

      You are doing yourself a disservice by handwaving them away

      • Ghost

        So, it’s basically like anime. An ocean of shit with the occasional gem. I can barely stand to wade through those tides as it is.

      • Ghost

        So, it’s basically like anime. An ocean of shit with the occasional gem. I can barely stand to wade through those tides as it is.

      • Ghost

        So, it’s basically like anime. An ocean of shit with the occasional gem. I can barely stand to wade through those tides as it is.

    • LurkerJK

      I used to play a lot of these back in highschool/early college when i had “infinity free time” (oh i miss those days), sometimes they were shit, sometimes they were just about the sex but every now and then i found a gem. I can say with all honesty that i have NEVER experience stories as unique, varied and captivating in gaming as i did while playing visual novels

      These games are often made by a handful of ppl that really effing love making games for very small budgets and because of that they have true freedom in what they can create.

      I have played/read stories about pretty much any genre you can imagine, from a detectives investigating weird experiments on a beach resort island to gender bending high-school slice of life to mechas fighting eldritch abominations in alternate universes to cyberpunk/neuromancer style hack induced gory murder mysteries to tentacle horror in space stations

      You are doing yourself a disservice by handwaving them away

    • LurkerJK

      I used to play a lot of these back in highschool/early college when i had “infinity free time” (oh i miss those days), sometimes they were shit, sometimes they were just about the sex but every now and then i found a gem. I can say with all honesty that i have NEVER experience stories as unique, varied and captivating in gaming as i did while playing visual novels

      These games are often made by a handful of ppl that really effing love making games for very small budgets and because of that they have true freedom in what they can create.

      I have played/read stories about pretty much any genre you can imagine, from a detectives investigating weird experiments on a beach resort island to gender bending high-school slice of life to mechas fighting eldritch abominations in alternate universes to cyberpunk/neuromancer style hack induced gory murder mysteries to tentacle horror in space stations

      You are doing yourself a disservice by handwaving them away

  • Egekilde

    Not that I want to try it, but I kinda wanna try it.