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Monster Monpiece Released Uncensored on Steam


Video game localizer and publisher Idea Factory International has released Monster Monpiece on Steam.

Idea Factory International has released Compile Heart’s ecchi strategy monster girl card game Monster Monpiece in its uncensored format on Steam. For those of you unaware, the title was originally released on the PlayStation Vita back in 2014 heavily censored, with several girls having their evolved cards removed from the game due to the high sexual nature of the images portrayed in them.

The Steam release, however, will include all of the game’s cards, including the ones that were removed in the game’s handheld version. Another difference between the two versions is that the Steam release has had the multiplayer mode removed. While the game never contained any 18+ content, Monster Monpiece features heavy ecchi elements, including a “First Crush Rub” mode which involves rubbing a girl’s card in order to level them up.

For your reading pleasure, below you will find a trailer, synopsis, and sample images from the game:

Train as May Esperio in a world where humans and “monster girls” live an uneasy coexistence, and become a monster girl master in strategic, card-based battle with light RPG elements! Throw down with the enemy using your cards’ Skills and Potentials, and give their stats an extra boost with special bonuses. If you play your cards right you’ll collect over 100 monster girls and get to level those ladies up with the First Crush ❤ Rub mode, which gives you a hands-on role in warming them up for battle!

Key Features
• Play fast-paced card battles in 1080p where more than 100 monster girl cards can be summoned, each class coming to life as a 3D chibi model on a battle grid!
• Each card you play can mean victory or defeat – with Skills, Potentials, Fusions, and Aura Bonuses, you have layers of strategy to use in each battle.
• Level up your cards with the frenetic First ❤ Crush Rub system, rubbing your magical prowess into the monster girls to increase their strength and obtain new artwork for each!


You can grab Monster Monpiece on Steam here for $14.99 until March 21st; afterwards, the price will go to its normal MSRP pricing of $19.99.

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  • Spcksmn

    None of my friends believed me, but this is actually a really solid card battle game, if you’re into those.

  • Rizo

    I had a look and there are micro-transactions on a single player game. That’s just greed to be honest…

    • Will Sith

      Yeah, the vita game had micro-transactions too. The game isn’t BAD but the micro-transactions are a turn off.

      • Cats736

        So don’t buy them? Oh noes, these completely optional card packs turn me off!

        • Will Sith

          Why does this make you so defensive? I’m not telling you what to do with your money. My opinion is that it undermines the challenge of a game if you can buy your way through it. And spending real world money on what is virtual and intangible seems reckless to me. But if someone has their reasons for paying for upgraded cards it is totally their choice.

          I liked the game on Vita. I was able to 100% it without paying a cent for cards and I am going to support it on Steam. But my opinion stands that the micro-transactions are unnecessary.

          • Cats736

            >Why does this make you so defensive?

            Didn’t know mocking someone’s opinion means you’re defensive.

            >I’m not telling you what to do with your money.

            …Want a cookie?

            >My opinion is that it undermines the challenge of a game if you can buy your way through it.

            If someone wants to ‘undermine the challenge’ of their singleplayer game by buying card packs, they’re free to do so.

            >And spending real world money on what is virtual and intangible seems reckless to me.

            Better not buy anything from Steam, PSN, or any other digital store then.

            >But if someone has their reasons for paying for upgraded cards it is totally their choice.

            The cards are exactly the same as the cards you get in the game, there’s nothing ‘upgraded’ about them.

            >But my opinion stands that the micro-transactions are unnecessary.

            It’s there for those who choose to use it and, for a completely optional service, there’s nothing wrong with that.

            A card game where you get cards by opening card packs is selling card packs, such a turn off~

          • Will Sith

            I actually would like a cookie.

          • Cats736
    • Cats736

      They’re completely optional, they add nothing and are just there for those who want to get cards quicker. There’s nothing wrong with that.

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