Kaede The Eliminator Launches Censored On Steam; R18+ Uncensored Patches Available Off-Site
Kaede the Eliminator

Moyashi Research Institute and DLSite officially launched Kaede The Eliminator on Steam for $24.99. The game is discounted during the first week of release by 20% off the normal price for only $19.99. You can grab the censored version of the game on the Steam store.

However, if you want the real experience, you’ll want to grab both the R18+ patch and the unofficial censored patch.

You can download the R18+ patch from over on the DLSite patch plaza page.

To install the patch simply download the zip, extract the archive, and then copy Kaede_patch.moyashi over to the folder: steamappscommonKaede the Eliminator EliminatorEliminator ver 1.2_Data

Now if you really want to spice things up, you’ll want the uncensored patch to remove the mosaic censorship. Steam Uncensored provides a link to the uncensored patch, which you can get your hands on from over on the Mega.nz page.

If you installed the patches correctly, you’ll finally be able to experience the self-proclaimed most indecent third-person shooter ever made.

The game features a survival mode, a sniper mode, multiple mini-games, and the ability to unlock 10 new outfits for the playable waifu. Additionally you can mix and match accessories, hair pieces, and more to create your own look.

Kaede The Eliminator - Peeping

The highlight of the game, of course, are the jiggly bits and bouncing physics, along with being able to dress up (or dress down) the main heroine so you get to enjoy all of her assets the way they were meant to be enjoyed.

The game also sports various fetishes as well, you can see the main heroine running around in her birthday suit, have her spread and pose, and even watch as she waters the garden using her very own flower.

Kaede The Eliminator - Outfits

There seems to be plenty of replay value there in terms of offering gamers some customization items to unlock and a solid gameplay loop to indulge in. Hopefully they expand on the content, include a proper campaign mode, and even manage to tie-in some of the H-content to the actual gameplay, so it all feels streamlined and seamless, a little like what they’re planning on doing with Subverse.

If you don’t want to support Steam due to their censorship practices, you can grab a copy of Kaede The Eliminator from over on the DLSite store page.

(Thanks for the news tip JimmyTheRustle)

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