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Divi Dead Underdogs Hot

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Written by Underdogs     March 21, 2009    
 
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One of mere handful of really good Hentai (i.e. adult anime) games, Divi Dead combines elements of science fiction, supernatural, and speculative futurism into one hell of story that is one of the best the gaming world has ever seen. You play Ranmaru Hibikiya, a very sickly boy who has just been released from a very prolonged stay at a hospital. Your wealthy uncle has offered you a spot in his school, but only if you do a favor for him. The school has seen many strange "problems" recently, he said, and asks you to keep an eye on the other students.

The plot develops very gradually, with masterful suspense and shocking new twists that are worthy of a H.P. Lovecraft novel or a H.R. Giger painting. As the game progresses, you are drawn more and more into the nightmarish history that is hidden, and you get to see which students are attempting to use you, and which are honestly trying to help. You will learn about your own past, and who you really are. The game does live up to its slogan: "Trust no one... but yourself?"

Gameplay doesn't break any new grounds in Hentai genre, but serves the purpose well. Basically you get to choose what action to perform in each scene-similar to choose-your-own adventure books. The graphics are better than most anime games I have seen-even compared to the high standards set by other Hentai releases from C's Ware. The artists did a wonderful job in evoking macabre and nightmarish scenes with the typically frivolous anime style. The Hentai scenes, while no less sexually explicit than other Hentai games, are drawn quite artfully. There are four endings to the game, which is somewhat disappointing compared to many more endings in Season of Sakura and other releases. Still, the endings are all very different, and reflect the choices you made during the game. Each ending tells only part of the story, so you will be compel to see all four to get the full story. Himeya does offer a walkthrough on their website so you can get to see any endings you may have missed.

With a powerful, captivating storyline and masterful plot development, Divi Dead is by far one of the best Hentai games ever made. Although it does have the usual share of explicit Hentai scenes, they are truly integrated into the plot as opposed to the shallow, gratuitous scenes in most other games. If you are a fan of H.R. Giger, Sandman comics, or haunting stories in general, Divi Dead is a must-have. Some images in the game will stay with you long after the game is over-and no, I don't mean the Hentai scenes ;) Two thumbs up!

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7.0  (1)
It's a good game, but it's pretty dirty so... yeah... adults only. The beginning of the game you're a new student in an isolated school. You've been out of school for a long time because of a medical condition which has recently improved so you're sent to this school where your uncle is the principal. He thinks there's something fishy going on so he sends you out as an investigator to find out what's wrong. I guess you're some kinda horndog because you end up getting with different girls so yeah it's pretty dirty... it's all cartoony but still pretty graphic. Not allot of animation, just pictures. But still, be warned. It's not something you want your kids messing with.

As the game progresses, the atmosphere gets darker and the game gets creepier as the story unfolds. By the time it's over, you'll be hooked. The story will leave you on the edge of your seat.

You can't download the game here and I don't blame them for not posting it because of the graphic nature and themes in the game, but you may be able to find it elsewhere. I don't remember where I got it from. It's been sooooo long since I've played it.... can't remember...

Anyway, it's basically a point and click adventure. You have no inventory of items you have to use and there's really no puzzles to solve. All you do is walk around and you have to investigate certain areas to advance in the game. There are a few decisions you have to make along the way, like who do you want to get with and um... ... ... yeah.... but other than that, you just walk around and follow the story. This can be pretty boring at times because many of the areas get to be very repetitive because you have no clue where to go. So you end up going to the tennis court, then to the library, then back to the tennis court, into the bathroom, back to the tennis court, back to the bathroom etc etc just wandering around until BOOM, something finally happens and the next part of the story unfolds. It can get pretty boring, as you end up just going from here to there over and over again.

But overall, halfway through the game the storyline finally kicks in, it's pretty good and pretty scary. I give it a 7 for the storyline. Took off some stars because of the repetitiveness. It's been a very long time since I've played this so I hope my review is accurate.

Note: The version I had did not have the wav files included so you had to disable the voices in the game or it would crash. You can leave the background midi on, but you may have to disable the voices, which is no biggie because there's plenty of text to read.
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gemini9 Reviewed by gemini9 June 02, 2011
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Scary. Dirty. Sometimes boring.

It's a good game, but it's pretty dirty so... yeah... adults only. The beginning of the game you're a new student in an isolated school. You've been out of school for a long time because of a medical condition which has recently improved so you're sent to this school where your uncle is the principal. He thinks there's something fishy going on so he sends you out as an investigator to find out what's wrong. I guess you're some kinda horndog because you end up getting with different girls so yeah it's pretty dirty... it's all cartoony but still pretty graphic. Not allot of animation, just pictures. But still, be warned. It's not something you want your kids messing with.

As the game progresses, the atmosphere gets darker and the game gets creepier as the story unfolds. By the time it's over, you'll be hooked. The story will leave you on the edge of your seat.

You can't download the game here and I don't blame them for not posting it because of the graphic nature and themes in the game, but you may be able to find it elsewhere. I don't remember where I got it from. It's been sooooo long since I've played it.... can't remember...

Anyway, it's basically a point and click adventure. You have no inventory of items you have to use and there's really no puzzles to solve. All you do is walk around and you have to investigate certain areas to advance in the game. There are a few decisions you have to make along the way, like who do you want to get with and um... ... ... yeah.... but other than that, you just walk around and follow the story. This can be pretty boring at times because many of the areas get to be very repetitive because you have no clue where to go. So you end up going to the tennis court, then to the library, then back to the tennis court, into the bathroom, back to the tennis court, back to the bathroom etc etc just wandering around until BOOM, something finally happens and the next part of the story unfolds. It can get pretty boring, as you end up just going from here to there over and over again.

But overall, halfway through the game the storyline finally kicks in, it's pretty good and pretty scary. I give it a 7 for the storyline. Took off some stars because of the repetitiveness. It's been a very long time since I've played this so I hope my review is accurate.

Note: The version I had did not have the wav files included so you had to disable the voices in the game or it would crash. You can leave the background midi on, but you may have to disable the voices, which is no biggie because there's plenty of text to read.

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