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G-senjou no Maou - The Devil on G-String

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You play as Azai Kyousuke, the son of an infamous gangster. Kyousuke knows what he likes and lets nothing stand in his way in getting what he wants.

Referred to as God by his classmates, he often enjoys listening to Bach and "working" part time for his stepfather. But when a beautiful girl named Usami Haru appears in town along with an international criminal known as "Maou," they bring with them their cat-and-mouse game of plotting and intrigue.
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Sekai Project
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Vista/7/8
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1280 x 720
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Any audio output
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G-senjou no Maou - The Devil on G-String reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
It should be noted that the Soundtrack consists of various arrangements of Classical Music Pieces such as Bach, Beethoven and Wagner, which makes this Visual Novel adventure relatively unique on a musical level. The Story is thrillingly written with some good story twists that can be guessed in places. So it's Fun to get a little bit back. Still, some Plot holes remain, which I personally didn't think was so bad. The "Normal" Story and True Ending Route were unfortunately the only ones that could really Convince (and also bonded until the last Minute). Unfortunately, the other 3 Romances do not get beyond ordinary Intermediate and are very dependent on whether you find the Screaming girl sympathetic. Unlike Grisaia, these are not even really relevant to the Main Story and fill the Basin with various Plot holes. Personally, I didn't like the Main Character as, in my Eyes, he's just an Ar * * * hole. Still, he possesses qualities that can still make him sympathetic PS: The Voice DLC is highly recommended, especially for the Comedy Parts
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Microsoft from French
I will not talk about the game and its history but simply say what I enjoyed and what I did not like about this VN, the paragraph description on steam you enough to situate the context. I did not do a lot of Visual novels, but I have no doubt to say these words: G-senjou no Maou is a masterpiece. It's hard to talk about it without too much spoiler, but basically, expect a character of the most charismatic with wacky planes (Maou!!!), very endeant characters (except Eiichi. It is useless), a VN filled with plot twists, the last chapter filled with action, and this ending, this ending, which is truly extraordinary and simply one of the best endings of all the works I have read/played/watched. It may seem unimportant but the OST of the game is simply excellent, classical music, and a music that makes us cry at the end, its only flaw is the lack of H scenes on this steam version (normal, and still no patch/mod to date) , even if, for having read them in the original game, have nothing crazy, and that the game in General is poorly balanced: the game really gets "crazy" only at the end and people can drop G-senjou no Maou. But the game has been redone graphically and is much more welcoming in HD 1080p than in 480p 4/3 with sprites all ugly which finally, I prefer this version steam. Personally I have not dropped but I put a good month to read everything (30h reading it seems to me), but the last chapter + ending, I read it from a milking. The alternative endings are well written but if you have to do that one end for lack of time and well done than the classic end, which is the best anyway. In short, G-senjou no Maou is one of the best VN available on steam. If you have never read VN I highly recommend you to start with this one. Recommended if you liked: code Gearse death note Danganronpa 1 & 2 sharin no Kuni works types detective novels
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