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Good animation quality and very varied Sex scenes make this Hentai Movie top notch.
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.
Metadoll

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ShinyJam :: She seem to only shake around, and nothing can be done..
ShinyJam :: Oh, but if you right click your mouse and choose zoom in, you actually able to see the nipple
Metric Jester :: I think this is in the wrong category. It’s not a game it’s a moving picture!!
johnson :: Jeez they need to make virtual sex games this real.
phleigm :: go here and you can play with her http:⁄⁄ww2.tcnet.ne.jp⁄metadoll⁄mov13.htm
c3ri :: come on guys, she is pretty good looking, it does not hurt keeping her, she is cute 2
wtf?! :: this isnt even a game! all you do is watch her shake her steroid inhanced tits!!
Dumasses :: She is a virtual dummy, this is only a sample, u can buy the whole thing if u follow the link..
AsianLover :: Don’t you guys just love the hot asian chicks?
TBW :: Ya man, they are so hot with their nice skin, beautiful eyes, and cute little titties
holyshi :: damn, dude! those graphics are whoop-ass, but it needs some interavtivity.

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