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A deadly sex ninja trained in the carnal arts, Miko is hot to deal out heavy martial arts mistreatments to any demon who threatens her. But when the monsters target her sexy sister for a little family fun, Miko really sees red! Who is the stronger sexual slayer, our hedonistic heroine or the preternatural perverts of the underworld? It's time for Miko to show these supernatural sex fiends who wears the pants in this business - no one!..
Since the early death of his parents, Takami Akitoshi has lived alone with his beautiful elder sister, Hitomi, while concealing his dirty desires for her. One day, a mysterious girl named Mina enters his room. She introduces herself as Death and explains that she came to take his soul because he had reached the end of his lifespan. Hearing his screams, Hitomi runs in and, after the situation is explained to her, asks Mina to spare him. Mina, moved by her earnestness, tells them that if Takami fathers a child within a week, she will let him live another 10 years. Hearing her condition, he turns his face to Hitomi...
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stimpy :: she does seem quite young and that is sick but..i geuss its my fault for even bein on the site i geuss..
anna :: the pills are at the bottom-left corner of the fourth scene!
ha ha ha :: hay its a wierd world out there ha ha ha ha im not funny..
cole :: its a great game wisj was more like it not too sure hare to play thoe ha ha
oddbod :: That’s no 5 year old. What little kid has tits?
O_o :: Despite what age she looks I feel sorry for her, dude is fucking ugly!

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