Pantsu Hunter: Back To The 90s Releases On Steam But It Has No Nudity, No Sexual Content
Pantsu Hunter

The Waifu Holocaust 2.0 is back in effect, and a number of smaller visual novels and anime games have been banned from Steam. Some of the games that have been banned didn’t even contain any nudity or sexual content, but that didn’t stop some employees at Valve from slamming the ban hammer on them. Well, some developers have managed to circumvent any kind of bans by not having any kind of nudity or sexual content in their games at all. That applies perfectly to Ascension Dream’s Pantsu Hunter: Back To The 90s, who has foregone any kind of excessive ecchi content, or any kind of imagery that could be deemed objectionable.

The game was originally Kickstarted back in the summer of 2018. After spending the next six months in development and polishing up the game for release on Steam, Ascension Dream was eventually able to release the game onto the Steam store on January 17th, 2019.

You can pick up a digital copy for $8.99, but it’s available at a 10% off discount during the first week of release.

The game itself is about a dude trying to find love by hanging out with hot waifus and sharing a lot of romantic evenings together so he can get his hands on their panties and find out if the style of their panties correlate with what he believes to be love. Players will have to journey through the ins and outs of relationship building in a game based around the aesthetic of 1980s and 1990s animes with a slice-of-theme.

As you can tell from the launch trailer, there’s an old retro flavor to the design of the game. One of the things that they make absolutely clear on the Steam store page is that there is no nudity.

In the description for mature content, it reads…

“This Game may contain content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work: General Mature Content (plot). NO NUDITY (girls in swimsuits on the beach and a naked girl completely covered with a veil).

 

“The plot of the game and the theory of the hero is a complete fiction of the author, do not repeat it in real life. Please! Stealing is bad.”

The lack of fan-service, ecchi content, or any school settings may have helped Pantsu escape banishment from Steam at the hands of Valve.

Other games haven’t been quite as lucky, even though some of them don’t take place in schools (like Food Girls), or don’t contain any nudity (like Moe Reversi), or don’t contain any characters that could be construed as a minor (like My Bullied Bride).

Some games have decided to go back to the old ways of releasing games on Steam, with the censored version released first and then later on a uncensored or R18+ patch released off-site. Other games are doing away with R18+ patches altogether to avoid being removed from Steam. In the case of Pantsu Hunter, it was just a matter of the game avoiding having any objectionable content other than the fact the main character is hunting for panties.

(Thanks for the news tip Richard)

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