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Submitted by Broll 111d ago | opinion piece

I Somehow Fell in Love with Monster Monpiece

CCC Says: "I knew all the Monster Monpiece stories. I'd seen the blantant trailers, showing off the "rubbing" mechanics to power up cards. I'd seen the character art, even the designs for the ones deemed "too hot for North America." I was prepared to just toss this aside as a sexist game, designed to appeal to the kind of audience that buys up anything with a glimmer of fanservice. I figured certain men and women would flock to it, and was fully prepared to ignore the game, judging from afar.

Except, circumstances aligned and, as a result, I ended up playing Monster Monpiece, and I enjoyed it." (Monster Monpiece, PS Vita)

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