Play Club Illusion
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Should You Play Club By Illusion?
Play Club, from the Japanese video game company Illusion, is a Japanese eroge game only released in Japan in 2015. The Japanese developer, Illusion, is not without its fair share of controversy since its inception in 2001 out of Yokohama, Japan. Illusion is best known for the controversy surrounding one of its earlier games, RapeLay, that was sold on Amazon.
Play Club Is Entirely In Japanese
Play Club was one of the last titles released by the game developer, Illusion, before they started to develop games for their audience outside of Japan. One of their more popular and recent titles, Koikatsu Party is the third title released by the company since VR Kanojo.
However, if you want to look at one of the company’s last fully Japanese titles, then Play Club is one you should pick up if you’re a fan of the types of games Illusion puts out. Unfortunately, that also means you need to go through an extensive process of trying to translate Japanese when installing Play Club and finding a way to input Japanese when you’re typing in the game. The confusing installation process might put some off from playing Play Club.
Play Club Isn’t Very Long
There isn’t much of a story behind Play Club other than having sex with a mother and her of her daughters. Like RapeLay, the story involves non-consensual sex, so it’s not really a game to play for the easily offended. The sex scenes are very straightforward as you’re basically playing a male character who is having sex with one of the girls to try to fill her heart meter. Eventually, the girl will become “trained” by the player and they can move onto the next girl.
Play Club Has A Free Mode
Instead of taking on each girl as if she was a level that you could “clear,” there is a free mode where the hearts disappear and you can have the girl react to the main character in any way you want. You don’t need to worry about treating each girl as a challenge to overcome in the game.
Overall, if Play Club by Illusion is your type of game, then, by all means, it would be worth looking into the confusing installation process. However, it might be worth looking into some of the newer titles from Illusion released for its non-Japanese audience like Koikatsu.