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If In a Locked Room With Girls, Something Might Happen

Posted on Monday, October 31 @ 02:08:28 Eastern by Heath_Hindman


Child pornography vendor and part-time video game industry member D3 Publisher has just released its highly anticipated 3DS title, If in a Locked Room With a Female Child, ____ Might Happen  (from the pronunciation: Onna no Ko to Heya ni Itara,  ___ Shichau Kamoshirenai), or as it's written in Japanese (a bunch of fucked up lines going everywhere).

Let there be no mistake, this game is targeted at old men wanting to see some underage girls.  I'm sure some PR cat would smoothtalk some people into thinking otherwise, but screens don't lie.










Between this and highly suggestive Dream Club DLC, D3 is really stepping its game up (read: down) lately. 


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