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(NSFW) Strip Lies and Clothes in Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa

This is not an adult game, but the trailer and some screenshots might result in an uncomfortable conversation with your employer and IT if accessed from a work computer. To be fair, I put strip and clothes in the title…

A gameplay trailer for Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa popped up today. It shows how you will use the power of Kotodama – the ability to convince people to tell you the truth – in the game. After performing an investigation in visual novel style gameplay, you will find clues that allow you to confront a classmate at the prestigious Fujisawa Academy to learn their secrets.

You rip the truth out of them by ripping off their clothes in a matching game. The goal is to fill up your opponent’s “Happy Gauge”. As you fill the gauge, you will have a set number of moves. As you reach certain points, a layer of clothes is removed, and your moves are reset.

Achieving combos can give you more powers. By hitting the enemy’s elemental weakness, you can earn challenge points. Those challenge points can be spent to ice, feather, slime, or shock them and earn you more moves. They can strike back with a hindrance attack to make your job more difficult, but filling the gauge will remove all their clothes and reveal the truth behind their lies and behind Fujisawa Academy.

There is a way for you to choose some of the clothes and hone your skills. In Fantasize Mode, you can go to your bedroom and practice attacks to unlock new underwear for everyone.

If you decide to buy the physical version of the game, you will receive art cards and stickers with chibi versions of the characters. Before you pre-order, you should really investigate the retailer’s offerings. Some will also give you a key chain with the fox demon, Mon-chan. Mon-chan originally had the power of Kotodama, but the main character struck a deal with the demon for it. It makes me all the more curious about what’s going at Fujisawa Academy, so mission accomplished, I guess.

We can satisfy that curiosity when Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa releases on May 31st in Europe and June 4th in North America.

 

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