Seed Of Evil Arrives On Steam With R18+ Adult Patch Download
Seed of Evil

Hasoyua and Kagura Games announced that Seed of Evil is currently available on the Steam store right now for $12.99. You can get your hands on the game for the much cheaper $9.74 thanks to the 25% off discount for the first week of the game being on sale.

The sprite-based RPG sees the player taking on the role of Anna, who must venture around and discover the root of the defilement that is currently taking over the inhabitants and plaguing Water City.

Anna will need to venture around and beyond Water City, discovering all that the post-apocalyptic world has to offer. The hook for the game is that Anna isn’t a violent hunter or a killer. As a priestess players will have to go around and help people and this is how she levels up, which is a unique gimmick for the game. There’s also no grinding, so you don’t have to worry about forcing your way through the content and rinsing and repeating battles just to get strong enough to progress into the latter parts of the game.

You can check out the sprite work and some of the CG art with the trailer below.

Of course, all of that pales in comparison to the real meat and potatoes: the 18+ uncensored content.

Kagura Games was a little leery about hosting the R18+ patch over on the actual Steam store, but they do have one available for gamers. It’s understandable given Valve’s previous wishy-washy mentality regarding ecchi content late in 2017 and early in 2018.

The uncensored patches are actually hosted off-site for both the English and Japanese versions of the game. Thankfully the uncensored patches for Seed of Evil are free.

You can download the R18+ patch from the Kagura Games website, and you can follow the instructions on how to install the patch via the installation guide.

If you want to get your hands on the game and add something spicy to your Steam library for a little weekend wank session, you can pick up a digital copy over on the Steam store right now.


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