Rumblade, Sexy Samurai 3D RPG Launches On Nutaku
Rumblade

In the mood for some classic turn-based action? Good, I think you might be interested in Rumblade from developer Hirazawa. Oh, you aren’t just looking for a new tactical turn-based game but you’re also looking for a game with sexy-time, hot chicks, and fully uncensored H-scenes? Well, my good lad… Rumblade will also satisfy your needs in that area, too.

The game attempts to combine role-playing elements with 3D tactical turn-based combat, and the highly desired visual-novel style CG sex scenes. According to the press release Hirazawa created the game as a successor to Mononofu. Players will take on the role of a courageous warrior who must defeat the corrupted hero Akechi Mitsuhide, working under the demonic spell of Mara. Players will need to gather a harem of top-dollar hotties to help them fight back against the demon menace.

Surprisingly, Rumblade has a lot more more under the camisole than I would have expected. Players will venture throughout a 16th century Sengoku-era Japan, completing 100 different stages of gameplay, and attempting to bed all the hot samurai girls roaming around waiting to kill some demons.

You can only unlock the H-scenes after you raise the affection meter with the girls, though. So you’ll have to get good at the tactical battle sequences and winning matches, either in the co-op mode by completing the arena battles and downing the raid bosses, or in the single-player mode.

There are monthly events planned, along with a number of fixes made to the game after various testing was done, including improved text readability, mage class skills being fixed, and the reward UI being improved.

The game is currently available both for mobile devices and as a browser-based game for those who prefer to play on a larger screen.

You can download the Android version of Rumblade or play the game through a browser on PC from the Nutaku store page.


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