Split-screen.com: "It's been going on for months. Illusion Soft's Rapelay was released in 2006 but has been in the spotlight of controversy after some one posted it on Amazon. Lo and behold as British Parliament MP Keith Vaz declares his devotion towards preventing any commercial sale of Rapelay outside Japan (though a quick peek at any torrent site reveals it's availability). It's easy to be offended by a game whose concept revolves around raping a family of women, one of them being much below the age of consent. But the controversy and subsequent banning of Rapelay is especially ironic when you take into consideration the amount of explicit "fantasy" material that actually reaches the mainstream. And we sure as hell aren't talking about Illusion Soft's very own Battle Raper series."