The first episode of the hentai anime adaption of Euphoria aired all the way back in December 11th, 2011, and it’s been a wild ride for everyone keeping up with it.
Fans of the series needn’t worry about disappointment, as the insanity of Euphoria’s first five episodes still rings true with the final installment. If you are unfamiliar with the series, it is an adaptation of the visual novel of the same name, developed by the ladies of CLOCKUP.
For the interested and uninitiated curious about the series, the concept of the show is quite simple: The main character, Takatou Keisuke, wakes up in a white room of some unknown facility accompanied by six familiar faces. They are all forced into playing a Saw-like game, but instead of gory violence, Eophoria goes for rough sex; lots and lots of rough sex. He must choose which girls to have sex with in order to progress through the rooms within the facility. When he enters a new room, instructions are given to him on what sexual acts he must do to these women.
These bitches be crazy!
As the show unfolds, viewers can expect to see some pretty intense scenes involving torture; and I don’t just mean, “lightly spanking her ass” type of torture, I mean “hooking her nipples up and electrifying the hell out of her” kind of torture. Other scenes will vary, including the likes of cherry popping, electric chairs, scat consummation, decapitation, and even doggy style. This show has it all. Newcomers should be wary coming into this anime unless you’re as fucked up as we are, which is very likely considering you’re probably here of your own volition.
This time around on the crazy train that is Euphoria, episode 6 of the anime adaptation covers Rinne’s ending. We find that Keisuke, the series’ sadistic hero, wakes up in a warehouse with Rinne after escaping outside of the facility. While this might be enough to qualify as a happy ending in any other story, this is Euphoria. While they were locked up, the world outside has radically changed into a post-apocalyptic setting filled with orgies and cultists. For those bored of Keisuke being the rapist in most of the series, you’ll be happy to know the tables have turned this time around.
Now this is my kind of BBQ!
Each episode of the adaptation covers a different ending from the visual novel. Some good, some not-so-good, and some completely fucked up. If you’re interested in learning more about the visual novel, be sure to check out our review of it right here.
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