(18+) Beat Blades Haruka Pre-Order Available on MangaGamer

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Beat Blades Haruka

Alicesoft’s first title to be released in the West has just opened for pre-order on MangaGamer.  Beat Blades Haruka is an Action/Fantasy title that is Without Mosaics (uncensored).  The story involves evil ninjas invading Japan and our protagonist Takamaru Ikusabe has to fight them back by way of a ritual called Dragon Synergy, he can give his partners a supernatural energy called Sex Power.


The title is being listed for a February 23, 2016 release and MangaGamer is discounting the initial price to $31.45.  It does appear to be a fascinating release and a strong statement for Alicesoft themselves.  With it’s fleshed out rpg mechanics (pardon the pun), and it’s uncensored visuals, we here at Operation Rainfall are definitely keeping an eye out for this release… maybe even two.  If the sales are strong enough, we can hope that further titles from this developer will be on their way.

It’s a good time to be alive for titles such as this.  It was not that long ago that there was little to no chance you would see this in the west in any way other than a fan translation.  So let’s hear it for Alicesoft and MangaGamer.  For further information about Beat Blades Hakura check back here on Operation Rainfall.


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About William Haderlie

Born in the 1970's, I've been an avid participant for much of video game history. A lifetime of being the sort of supergeek entrenched in the sciences and mathematics has not curbed my appreciation for the artistry of video games, cinema, and especially literature.