Three Years of Shallow Dives in Anime: Eroge! Sex and Game make Sexy Games

Like last year, I tend to have my week long anniversary celebration end with a hentai review. We go from the Don’t @ Me, to personal thoughts on the blog, then the bit series review, and then finally we enter this den of culture. I was thinking about what I wanted to review, and while I didn’t have a series that spoke to me, I did want talk about this one. After the cut let’s dive into the series with a weird ass fuck title: Eroge! Sex and Game make Sexy Games!

This post contains NSFW imagery. Please read with discretion!

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As with all my hentai reviews, it is hard to really discuss the story if the show itself isn’t a plot heavy story, Unless I’m watching something like Shikkou no Shaga, or Rance: The Quest for Hikari, where the plot is actually given enough time and space to be something. Shows like this are instead more focused on being about the classic formula of P + V = :O. There is of course nothing wrong with that, as the animation and kicking of boots on display is thankfully remarkably solid.

The story again, is nothing special. A group of young attractive girls are struggling to create their own Eroge visual novel after a string of failures. While they all have the technical skills to get the job done, they are lacking in the experience department. So it falls the trust male hentai protagonist to help them in that this area the only way he knows how. What follows is a joyride through hentai sex scenes that range from the vanilla to the “oh god why?!”

The girls are all first-timers, but will do anything to make their game succeed. Anything.

Animated by Collaboration Works, the same studio that created the well regarded Mankitsu Happening (side note, review that show in the future), the girls and action meets most expectations. While Collaboration Works could easily have been swapped out with fellow studio PoRO (the character designs are very similar) there is enough difference that if you are an experience man or woman of culture, then you can spot the difference. Eroge! likes to keep things on the thicc side of hentai, while not going to the extreme lengths of say My Household’s Liliana-san, or Aneki: My Sweet Elder Sister. The girls have meat on their bones, tits and asses for days, and just come off as voluptuous beauties while still having the physiques of bombshells.

In terms of sex scenes, again Eroge! runs the gambit from the normal to the absurd. While nothing on the insane levels of some show, it also a hentai that isn’t afraid to toss in some curve balls in there. At a shocking six episodes (that actually have consistent quality throughout), there is enough variation to keep things fresh, with no single scene bleeding into another. There is also a large amount of emotion behind it, and the Collaboration Works does good work in showing the passion bleed over into the facial reactions. They aren’t the master behind the aheago face, but then the girls reach climax, you damn well feel it.

Collaboration Works has a knack for the ‘after sex’ shot that few hentai really put any effort into.

Of course, there are also some strange scenes. Now I don’t kink-shame anyone. We all have our flavors and as long as anything you like isn’t illegal you do you. But it is around episode 5 when the sex starts getting toilet related that I almost do a hard ‘nope’. Hentai doesn’t have many of these scenes, but they are present and it is always a bummer for those who aren’t fond of them, to come across them by surprise. It’s only for one episode, but it really does kill the mood in what before was a pretty above board buffet of good sex. Thankfully with a large range of episodes, you can easily skip it and move on to another.

I almost dropped this series once things went into the bathroom, because Eroge! doesn’t cut it’s corners. Watch out for episode 5.

Eroge! Sex and Game make Sexy Games! is a solid hentai that often shoots above average in most part. Like many, the story is barely there, but it makes up for it with solid sex scenes, great looking girls, and effort in the animation and designs when it counts. While I do think Mankitsu Happening is the more famous series from this company, Eroge! is a good companion, and can easily help you do what you need as you indulge in artist drawing of the cultured nature. Give it a look for yourself if you are so inclined, just make sure to read some of the tags before you get down to business.

Nothing your massive schlong won’t fix.

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