G-senjou no Maou - The Devil on G-String for PC
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G-senjou no Maou - The Devil on G-String

Nov 5, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Akabeisoft2
Content Rating: Rating pending


You play as Azai Kyousuke, the son of an infamous gangster. Kyousuke knows what he likes and lets nothing stand in his way in getting what he wants. Referred to as God by his classmates, he often enjoys listening to Bach and "working" part time for his stepfather. But when a beautiful girl named Usami Haru appears in town along with an international criminal known as "Maou," they bring with them their cat-and-mouse game of plotting and intrigue.

System Requirements


  • OS: Vista/7/8
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1280 x 720
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Any audio output

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Critic Reviews

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Marcus EstradaNov 08, 2015
People feel so intensely about this title for a reason — it features an intriguing storyline that you’ll want to see through to its conclusion. Sure, the CGs are cropped, the Japanese voice acting is an expensive addition and there are no 18+ sequences in this version, but the most important aspects still shine through. Those looking for an engaging story to keep them reading for hours on end will want to pick up The Devil on G-String.
André ErikssonNov 29, 2015
While its strongest parts stand out, however, so do its weaknesses. A sometimes way too outdrawn storyline makes it occasionally difficult to remain interested, or feel the sense of suspense that the thriller genre is supposed to deliver to keep someone glued to the screen. 40+ hours is clearly too long a duration, and some parts could have been cut shorter to highlight those aspects that make this title shine. Fortunately, the quality of the experience as a whole makes up for those annoying segments.

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