Demon Sword: Incubus
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|Editor Rating:||8.5/10, based on 1 review|
|User Rating:||8.0/10 - 1 vote|
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I was pretty excited when I heard about Demon Sword: Incubus. This is a lewd action game that has you hacking and slashing your way through it. It is a nice change of pace from all the lewd visual novels and RPGs that I feel I have been playing lately. It is not a perfect game by any means, but I think it is one that is well made and it is certainly a game that I had a lot of fun with. I am not 100 percent sure it is actually finished so perhaps it could be made even better by the time you read this.
The Sword Is Power
I would probably have to say that the story is perhaps the weakest part of Demon Sword: Incubus. It is not bad or anything like that, but it is your typical fantasy lewd plot. We play as a princess whose kingdom is under attack from evil forces and also her dad is missing too. She has this magical sword that gives her powers, powers which she can use to fight the evil with.
Hacking, Slashing, and Fu….
The gameplay of Demon Sword: Incubus is what I liked the best about it. You have a world map where you can go from level to level and once you are in the level, you have to move from one side of the screen to the other and kill a bunch of monsters along the way. It is a fun gameplay loop and one that if you are into classic beat-em-ups you will really enjoy. The gameplay feels tight and while it can get a tad repetitive, the game has a few ways to try and prevent this.
Keeping You Going
As I said, Demon Sword: Incubus can get a ted repetitive like other games in this style can. However, magical abilities, new clothing, and different difficulty options keep you interested. Actually, I want to go back to the core gameplay here as the difficulty is a bit of an issue. I tried playing the game on normal and got my ass handed to me as it was way too hard. I then put the game on easy and I breezed all the way through it. However, I do think that I had more fun playing the game on easy than I did on the normal difficulty, but you cannot fight the final boss if you play the game on the easy mode.
Just imagine if the Monster Mash was playing while our heroine was getting railed by these monsters! Visually, the game is great, it has a kind of PS2 early PS3 vibe about the visuals and I like the look of the girl and think that the different costumes are great. The monster designs are pretty awesome and horrific. However, seeing this hot chick get nailed by some horrible ogre, spider, or wasp looking creature is kind of brutal.
I had a great time with Demon Sword: Incubus and think that with just a little bit of balancing it could easily go up a half point. I am a huge fan of these types of games so when one comes out that puts a lewd spin on it, I am all about it. I would actually say that this is a good game even without the lewd content. It is a solid experience and I am wanting to go back and try to beat the game on the normal difficulty so I can fully see all it has to offer.
- The gameplay here is very solid and a lot of fun
- I liked how they threw in new things to try and make the gameplay less repetitive
- The fantasy look of the game is good
- The hack and slash combat is very satisfying
- Normal mode feels a tad too difficult
- Some of the XXX scenes are too gross for me!
Download Demon Sword: Incubus
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP