G-senjou no Maou - The Devil on G-String
Publisher: Sekai Project
Genre: Interactive Story
A surprising amount of controversy has surrounded the release of The Devil on G-String on Steam, likely because it has such a devoted fan following. People feel so intensely about this title for a reason — it features an intriguing storyline that you'll want to see through to its conclusion. Sure, the CGs are cropped, the Japanese voice acting is an expensive addition and there are no 18+ sequences in this version, but the most important aspects still shine through. Those looking for an engaging story to keep them reading for hours on end will want to pick up The Devil on G-String.
At the parts where it shines at its brightest, G-senjou no Maou: The Devil on G-String is a wonderful experience, both emotionally and intellectually - with music that's almost in a league of its own(with glorious remakes of classical pieces), and the help of a highly complex, multi-layered story. While its strongest parts stand out, however, so do its weaknesses. A sometimes way too outdrawn storyline makes it occasionally difficult to remain interested, or feel the sense of suspense that the thriller genre is supposed to deliver to keep someone glued to the screen. 40+ hours is clearly too long a duration, and some parts could have been cut shorter to highlight those aspects that make this title shine. Fortunately, the quality of the experience as a whole makes up for those annoying segments.
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