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Nutaku has announced an English release of the Tainmanin Asagi card game, Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena.

Taimanin Asagi is a franchise of science-fantasy visual novels set in the near future. The story revolves around the conflict between the Anti-Demon Ninjas and Demons, with the US army becoming involved later on in the series. The franchise is known for its exceptional quality of art and sexy, robust women, as well as unhinged sex scenes. If you’ve missed out on the series so far, check out our review of the first game's complete edition.

Nutaku has recently announced plans to release Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena sometime later this year. You can read the tweeted announcement below:


Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena is a spin-off battle card game, wherein players collect character cards of various characters in the Taimanin Asagi world to construct teams and take out bosses, as well as fight each other in PvP. Characters are unlocked and leveled in big part through the use of gacha, with each girl having different attack and defense values, as well as their own set of skills.

Even though the game features rather extreme examples of pornography, Nutaku has assured through twitter responses that they have no plans to censor the game’s content. Nothing will be cut from the game, but the game’s developer has informed them that the art in their version will still contain the original mosaic censorship. Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena will be a free browser release.

No specifics have been given for a release date beyond "later this year".

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