Oppaidius Summer Trouble! Ecchi Visual Novel Launches Uncensored On Steam
Oppaidius Summer Trouble

Vittorio Giorgi’s Kickstarted game, Oppaidius Summer Trouble! is currently available on Steam in all its uncensored glory. The retro-inspired dating visual novel is a throwback to the old Japanese PC engine games from the Japanese PC-98.

The game features original FM-synth music designed on the Yamaha YM2151, along with various mini-games to complete.

The crowdfunded project features pixel art and a number of raunchy drawings that channel the classic ecchi flavor of old-school Japanese titles. Italian developer Vittorio Giorgi wanted to give gamers a taste of old-school ecchi, which is why the game is designed using the kind of visual art-style and gameplay mechanics that are reminiscent of the old visual novel PC titles from the 1980s and 1990s. You can check out the gameplay trailer below to get an idea of what the mechanics and art is like.

Now if you were hoping for some hardcore H-scenes, those are not present. According to Giorgi, the game is definitely not safe for work and features lots of bare boobs, but it doesn’t cross over into nukige territory. He mentioned on the Kickstarter page

“Although Oppaidius Summer Trouble! is still “NSFW”, it is an “ecchi” game, not hentai. It will not show full sex scenes. But still, there will be a super-secret “HOT” ending to unlock!”

As evident in the trailer above, there’s definitely a lot of focus on the big ‘ole boobs for the one main chick.

The game is themed around a dude who is approached by a hot girl one summer and instead of staying inside and playing video games, he proceeds to go outside and have fun with the hot chick.

The game features more than 150 hand-drawn animated frames, along with guest musicians, including Norihiko Hibino who made the music for Metal Gear Solid and Bayonetta.

Most surprising is that Oppaidius Summer Trouble! somehow managed to escape the crushing blow of Valve’s recent anime and visual novel game ban. Is it possible that the game managed to avoid being ousted by Valve’s resident waifu hunters because it was made by an Italian and the art-style is Western-themed? We’ll supposedly find out more about the whole banning spree as Valve is reportedly supposed to respond to the recent ban wave this week.

If you’re interested in Oppaidius Summer Trouble!, you can check out the game over on the Steam store page.

(Thanks for the news tip sensei)

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