Following the events of Rance VI, gamers are able to dive into the next chapter of the licentious lad named Rance in Sengoku Rance, which is set to launch on MangaGamer starting September 12th.
Alicesoft’s outing of the R18+ grand strategy game has a page live currently available over on the MangaGamer store.
There’s a description of the game along with the trailer. Unfrotunately the resolution is relegated to 800 x 600, but at least there’s support for Windows 7 and Windows 8, in addition to Windows 10 support.
There is no voice acting, but at least the adult content is still kept intact, including the blood, the gore, and all the sexy-time that the Rance series is known for.
The game centers around the anti-villain Rance, who finds himself in the eastern nation of Nippon. He decides to fight to conquer and overthrow the feudal lords and take for himself all of the hot chicks he can find, just like a real man.
His main target is Kouhime of the Oda Clan, who he plans to conquer using his mighty pole. In order to do so, Rance will utilize armies on the battlefield and strategically take on his foes by organizing the troops, assigning leaders to the men, and using items to overpower the enemy.
The game is like a cross between turn-based JRPGs and tactical strategy games like Nobunaga’s Ambition or Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
This is one of the few H-games that actually has some legitimate, tactical gameplay at its core.
You’ll have to raise an army, recruit leaders, and battle your away across each of the provinces, taking the spoils and the hot-as-spice dames as your defrayal.
Some of you might remember that some of the Rance games were originally supposed to launch on Steam back in April, but Valve banned the Rance games.
There was no reason given as to why the games were banned, but it could have been that Valve was killing off any kind of game that could bring the heat down around their ears from corrupt journalists shortly after Valve went through a spell of sour press when Desk Plant was about ready to launch Rape Day on Steam.
The game never made it out to the public, though.
Public outcry and moral panics from politicians and the same anti-gaming press that have sullied the good name of interactive entertainment ensured that Valve dropped the ban-hammer on Rape Day with all the might and vengeance of Thor dropping Mjolnir on Jane’s face if he wer possessed by the astral-hopping spirit of Floyd Mayweather.
Anyway, you can look to get your hands on Sengoku Rance starting September 12th. For more info feel free to visit the official MangaGamer website.