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A new trailer showcasing some of the more obscene mechanics of the upcoming Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates has been released, with a primary focus on breasts.

What would you say is the best use for a modern touch screen? Manipulating web pages in an intuitive way? A useful tool for drawing? Or perhaps the greatest use of all – groping an anime girl’s ever expanding chest?

Yes, the latter option is arguably the pinnacle of touch screen technology, and as such, developer Compile Heart has made great use of it in their latest title.


Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates has a particular mechanic that will allow players to engage with the game’s characters on a physical level. By using the PS Vita’s touch screen, you’ll be able to grope and play with the girl’s breasts whilst they make cute noises. It’s the sort of scenario you want to see in games like this, and thanks to a new video, see it we shall.

Uploaded yesterday, this new gameplay trailer showcases both the breast manipulation and expansion mechanics. The trailer is filmed from outside the game itself, to better give you an idea of the touch screen functionality. It’s fairly extensive, as you would expect, allowing players to prod, squeeze and pretty much do as they please.

If you want to check out this new video, you can find it below. Be sure to check out our previous coverage on Seven Pirates to find out more about how the game works. Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates will be available for the PlayStation Vita on August 4th in Japan. Happy groping!


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