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Dead End Aegis Free Download Repacklab JAST USA has released the metalogiq-developed action fantasy visual novel Dead End Aegis on PC-via JAST Store. The developer has recently shared the free prologue Dead End Aegis: Gaiden on PC-via Steam for anyone who wants to get to know the characters in an all-ages environment. Dead End Aegis features illustrations from artist Ueda Metawo, who also worked on SaDistic BlooD. However, Dead End Aegis is a much longer game that doesn’t focus on dark themes. Dead End Aegis tells the story of a struggle between mankind and extraterrestrial threat. To combat this, magical girls have been deployed as soldiers on the frontline. The characters are each drawn in cute magical girl fashion, but the story has them take on some pretty intense fights. SEXY GAMES
These girls are soldiers, so don’t take their cute costumes for granted, they’ll probably kick your ass. The story is tense with high moments of emotional interaction between the characters. It’s a painful story in some moments with Ueda Metawo bringing the scenes to life in CGs. War is not for the faint of heart, and the story doesn’t gloss over that. It should be noted that this is an adult game with rather intense CG depictions of the female cast. Dead End Aegis tells the story of Minori as she joins the United Earth Forces to defend Earth from alien invaders. The game plays out in a visual novel style format, with fully-voiced characters and beautiful 2D artwork from artist Ueda Metawo. Depending on your choices at key moments of the story, you’ll be able to experience different story arcs and endings. This game contains graphic, uncensored adult material intended for mature audiences only.
In the distant reaches of space, a war for the fate of humanity is being waged. We learned early that traditional weapons were useless against this extraterrestrial threat, and in our darkest hour we found a savior that could push these monsters back… girls with magical powers! These soldiers bravely head to the front lines to defend Earth from the vermin who seek to exterminate the human race! By transplanting alien tissue into their bodies, our heroes are able to achieve superhuman abilities. This stolen power manifests itself differently in each individual, allowing our defenders to specialize in roles that optimize their natural abilities. However, this new power by itself will not win our liberation. The strength of the alien invaders push our magical troops to the limit with every battle, and survival is not guaranteed. Dynasty Warriors 4 Hyper
With the bodies of your allies strewn at your feet and the maw of an unimaginable horror at your throat, will you falter? Or will you find the strength to stand and fight? Three NSFL games in a row huh? So this is what my life has become? I review the titles that would make most grown men need extensive therapy, but I come out unscathed because I was already too far gone to begin with? Well, if it’s what gets those views then I’m not unironically complaining. But I should note that reviewing this game was not initially part of my plan. I was actually approached by a Jast representative and asked if I would cover this game. The last time this rep asked me to cover a title of theirs was You and Me and Her, which blew me away, so I was definitely interested in this one.
Dark story with adult themes
DeadΩAegis (pronounced Dead End Aegis), is certainly something. Between Maggot Baits, SaDistic Blood, and this, this is the most tame in terms of gruesome material shown right in front of you, yet it also unsettled me in a way that the former two never even came close to. To be honest, the only other game I’ve played that left me with such a deep feeling of discomfort was Starless. That’s not to say that DeadΩAegis is a bad game even, the story and characters are gripping and everything about this game will leave you wanting to see how it ends, well, except for the sex scenes, which make you dread what happens next. “Oh here we go again. Annie’s going to rag on this game for bad sex scenes AGAIN” says the inner manifestation of my deepest insecurities, and maybe at least one actual person. But that’s the thing, the sex scenes in this game aren’t even badly written.
I compared this to Starless, but that’s only in that they left a deeply unsettling feeling that lingered for an entire day after I was done. And to be fair, this did not affect me as quite as much as when I read Starless in 2015, but I think I realized just what it is about both of these games that triggers me that games like Euphoria, Maggot Baits, and even SaDistic Blood don’t have. Both Starless and DeadΩAegis have long drawn out sequences of captivity that gradually ramp up in extremity and instill a sense of hopelessness and depression. While some of the individual scenes in SaDistic Blood may be stomach churning on their own, there’s this feeling of disconnect between the main story and those gruesome sex scenes.
Beautiful art by the masterful Ueda Metawo
I initially brushed this off due to having become more desensitized, but having played DeadΩAegis, I’ve come to the conclusion that games like it and Starless get to me more because they are more closely aligned with my own personal trauma. The kind that isn’t necessarily one specific incident, more so than a bunch of smaller happenings that weren’t much on their own, but that built up and overwhelmed me until I started to view life itself with a sense of hopeless dread. And it’s quite frustrating, because if it weren’t for the fact that DeadΩAegis caused such a discomforting sensation in me, it could have very well have become my favorite visual novel of all time. Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires
And that’s where DeadΩAegis‘s biggest flaw lies. Even if you are completely incapable of being traumatized by this game, the plot structure makes the story repetitive as hell and drives the intense space combat sequences and intriguing character development to a halt so they can show you yet another way to humiliate and degrade Minori. The prequel VN (which you will get access to right away if you pre-order this game) made it seem like this game would be focused on the characters and on the space combat, and the first few hours of the main game also feel that way.
Multiple endings based on your choices
When I heard that this game was dark, I initially assumed it would be in a “war is actually a horrifying hellscape where death is just around the corner” kind of way, and while there is some of that, it’s mostly about rape culture and the effects it has on those who are subjected to it. It starts out by revealing that Magical Girls are created by having human women being raped by grotesque rape aliens called CC, that most candidates barely survive the process, and that this is covered up by the Military so that more women sign their lives away, but that’s only the beginning. The girls are then subjected to frequent sexual harassment by the men, and the women not only have no power over said men because personnel is scarce out in space, but that any woman who protests is made an example of.
And while it starts out realistic, the girls are conditioned to accept more and more humiliation and torment. In order to hone their skills, the women must wear special equipment that suspiciously resembles nipple clamps and a sex toy. A magical girl’s combat prowess is directly proportional to their sexual activity, so this systematic abuse of the women is not only encouraged, but is actively created. And things just continue to get worse and worse. And while this sounds exactly like what one would expect from a pandering hentai, what makes this all the more horrifying is that the girls are all fully developed three dimensional characters that react like real human beings would. And because of this, you see every bit of emotional trauma that they suffer, and you feel just hopeless and despairing as they are. Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze + Yuzu Emulator
Add-ons (DLC): Dead End Aegis
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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7/8/10
Processor: 1.4 GHz or better
Graphics: 1280×720, DirectX 9.0c
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 1 GB available space
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
Sound Card: –
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