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Feudal Japan - Demons have been attacking villages left and right, killing the men and imprisoning the women for their own lascivious appetites. The people's only hope is a band of ogre-hunters known as Crimson Lotus. Led by Rekka, a young ninja who is highly skilled in martial arts, Crimson Lotus continues to investigate the source of these demons' powers...
When Yoji, a college student finds a demonic book, he decides to follow its writings and make a female student - Rie, his sexual slave. However, he's not satisified with only one slave.
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whatever :: The interaction was lame. More breasted movement and a cum shot would’ve been better.
Radar Man :: If you guys want more hentai, go to aerisdies.com
Thread Over :: This game contains sexual content, and thus is R rated, this game has highly explicit sexual material and therefore i hope everyone who views this enjoys it, have a nice day.
Thirteenth :: Why the hell does it take so long to load!! i could die of old age before it finishes loading
]==[ :: For me the load takes about 10 minutes.I recommend to download it rather than playing unless you have a fast connection..
I can’t count :: yeah i can’t count just make sure you’re more careful about counting before a comment

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