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Criminal Girls: Invite Only (Steam Edition)

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Game Information

Available on:PCJan 11, 2017

Developer: Nippon Ichi Software

Publisher: NIS America

Genres: RPG, Strategy

7 girls have been gathered in the hell spire. These girls, who are called, "Delinquents," are tainted by their criminal DNA. A special rehabilitation was prepared for these girls: the "Reformation Program." The goal of this program is to have the girls climb to the highest floor of the spire. If they do, their sins shall be atoned, and they can be revived back into the mortal world. As the program instructor, it is your mission to guide the 7 girls to the very top of the spire. However, these girls are super unique! Will things really go as smoothly as planned?
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Reviews

A near-direct port of the handheld release that delivers an enjoyable experience - if you don't mind all the fanservice.

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KeenGamer

Dakotah Lilly
5.5 / 10.0
KeenGamer

All in all, it’s a simple turn-based JRPG with a unique setting and silly mechanic for leveling up the cast, with some fairly generic presentation in terms of sound and the art for the overworld, with the quality coming in from the unique character interactions, setting and punishment scenes. Fans of whipping cute girls will find it very enjoyable, while some of the more hardcore JRPG fans might find the combat system interesting enough to give it a run through, but for anyone else, it’s hard to recommend. There’s not much there for people who aren’t JRPG fans already in terms of being able to bring in new players, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

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While Criminal Girls has been heavily censored, it's an enjoyable JRPG experience that's more than just fanservice.

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