(18+) REVIEW: Amayakase – Spoiling My Silver-Haired Girlfriend

Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

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Title Amayakase – Spoiling My Silver-Haired Girlfriend
Developer monoceros+
Publisher JAST USA
Release Date October 25th, 2019
Genre Visual Novel
Platform PC
Age Rating 18+
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JAST USA’s latest release, Amayakase – Spoiling My Silver-Haired Girlfriend, appeared to be a short but quality Nukige. This is the first visual novel from developer monoceros+. I was really taken by the artwork shown in the initial press release. Anya looks amazing, and I admit silver haired anime girls are a weakness of mine. Let’s see if this short romp is worth the asking price.

The story follows a young businessman named Sousuke (but this can be changed to any name you want) as he is living out his mundane existence. Being overworked and trying to find purpose in life, his luck would soon change when his niece Anya would arrive on his doorstep. Her mother had to go work overseas suddenly and has left her in your care. Sousuke soon becomes thrilled to have Anya around as she is not only good company, but helps him out by cooking for him daily. It doesn’t take long until he sees her as his perfect little wife. Their feelings for each other change quickly and a new love is born as they give in to their desires.

Amayakase | Anya

Yea I’d like to say there was more story than that here, but not really. This title is a Nukige through and through. I’m not saying this in a negative way, since I feel the writing here is top notch. While there may not be a lot of story here that doesn’t mean it has no feeling. All of the sex scenes are quality work and you can tell thought went into each one. They drive their relationship forward in a very physical way rather than an emotional one, and there’s nothing wrong with that.

There isn’t much music in the game to speak of, in fact there are only four tracks in the entire game. All of them are nicely done and don’t really overstay their welcome too badly since the game is only 2 to 3 hours in length. The game is voiced in Japanese, but only Anya is voiced. The voice actress does a really good job bringing her to life, however, and has one of the sweetest tones in her voice I’ve ever heard.

Amayakase | Pats

The artwork is where this game really shines. All of the H-scenes are nicely detailed and very erotic as expected. Anya’s facial expressions are just plain adorable. Her being embarrassed is especially cute. There are 10 H-scenes in total, and they are all completely uncensored. If you’re looking for anything past vanilla loving here you will be disappointed. This doesn’t bother me personally, but I know others look for more in a Nukige. The backgrounds here are a pretty standard affair and honestly you barely notice them when an adorable silver haired cutie is being lewd on your screen for 90% of the game.

Amayakase Anya | Blush

All in all, Amayakase – Spoiling My Silver-Haired Girlfriend is a short but quality Eroge. The H-scenes are top quality, the writing is well done and the artwork is outstanding. Some folks will be turned off by the incest theme of the game and that all of the sex scenes are vanilla, so this one is not for everyone. If these things do not bother you, then what you have is a short but quality Nukige at a reasonable price of $12.99.

Review Score

Review Copy provided by the publisher for review purposes.

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