Kagura Games and Clymenia’s Detective Girl Of The Steam City is currently available both in its uncensored format on JastUSA and Fakku!, as well as in its censored all-ages form over on the Steam store. The good part is that even if you do get the Steam version, there’s an uncensored R18+ patch available for you to download… for free.
Alternatively, if you want to keep all of your games in one place and you don’t want to purchase a bunch of different games from different outlets, you can get the all-ages version from the Steam store for $14.99 and then download the free R18+ uncensored patch from the Kagura Games website.
Once you download the patch, run the installation wizard, locate the wizard to the installation directory for Detective Girl of the Steam City, and click “Next” a couple of more times, and the patch will be installed.
The next time you boot up the game you should see the uncensored R18+ version of the game.
As for the game itself, it’s a odd mixture of mystery role-playing and adventure-themed exploration. It takes place during an industrial revolution based on steam technology, and while the city is bustling and hustling with all sorts of burgeoning enterprises, crime is also on the rise.
Located deep within the heart of the Steam City, players will embody the role of private detctive Sophie, as she uses her wits, her charm, her gadgets, and her body to solve crimes and unearth the culprits behind the conspiracies that ravage the equilibrium of the budding metropolis.
The game itself combines a mixture of Sherlock Holmes inspired investigations, where players will need to talk to suspects and investigate various locations using Sophie’s tools, as well as using her feminine exclusive traits to find out information in ways that Sherlock Holmes never could.
You can grab a digital copy of the game right now for 20% off the normal price during the first week of being on sale. After that the game will go back to being available for $14.99. I’m a little shocked that Valve let this one through given that Sophie looks very loli-esque, and we all know how Valve feels about lolis.
(Thanks for the news tip EvaUnit02)