PRESS RELEASE: The Devil on G-String Available Now on Steam

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the devil on g-string

Though Sekai Project had teased that The Devil on G-String (known also by its Japanese title, G-senjou no Maou) would be released in English sometime in the future back in July, the news about the release had been practically nonexistent. However, in a surprise announcement today, Sekai Project announced The Devil on G-String is now available on Steam in English. This thrilling story can at last reach a wider audience, which can only be a good thing to those wanting to get into visual novels. The Devil on G-String retails for $19.99 for the standard edition of the game, and $39.99 for a fully-voiced (in Japanese) version of the game. Both versions of the game will be discounted 30% until November 12. So snag the savings while you can.

Check the release below for more details.

G-senjou no Maou – The Devil on G-String Now Available on Steam from Sekai Project
A powerful story of mystery and intrigue that is sure to strike a chord with visual novel fans

LOS ANGELES – November 5, 2015 – Sekai Project, a publisher and licenser of Japanese new media and electronic entertainment today announced that G-senjou no Maou – The Devil on G-String, a visual novel filled with crime, mystery, and intrigue is now available on Steam for Windows-based PCs.

Developed by AKABEiSOFT2, and originally released in Japan in May 2008, the Steam release of G-senjou no Maou – The Devil on G-String on Steam marks the developers first officially localized release

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A gripping tale of power, deviously-masterminded criminal activity, and an intricately woven web of plot-thickening schemes, players are placed into the shoes of Azai Kyousuke, the adopted son of an infamous Yakuza gangster. Kyousuke knows what he likes and lets absolutely nothing stand in his way in getting what he wants.

Referred to as God by his classmates, and the wickedly strict president of one of his father’s subsidiary corporations, Kyousuke often enjoys listening to classical music and “working” off a debt owed to his father. 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.

G-senjou no Maou – The Devil on G-String Features:
• AKABEiSOFT2’s first officially localized release
• A gripping criminal story and scenario by Loose boy
• Beautifully illustrated artwork and character design by Alpha
• 30-40+ hours of interactive story
• Steam Trading Cards

Watch the opening trailer at

Purchase G-senjou no Maou – The Devil on G-String from Steam with a limited time 30% off discount at launch:

About Sekai Project
Sekai Project is a Los Angeles-based licensing company focused on Japanese media content and electronic entertainment. Founded in 2013, the company strives to improve the way in which fans can connect with creators through the creative use of social media and crowdfunding opportunities. Sekai Project aims to bring quality content to the Western world.

Will you be picking up The Devil on G-String?

About Alexander Jones

Alexander Jones is a 24 year-old with a BA in History and has been gaming as far back as he can remember. Growing up, he was raised strictly on Nintendo consoles, but this fueled a passion for Japanese gaming and design. Though he does still have a soft spot for Nintendo, he has grown to love any developer and console with fun, enjoyable games. Some of his favorite games of all time include Ocarina of Time, Final Fantasy XIII, Chrono Trigger, and Katawa Shoujo.