After being pulled from the Steam store, the Taimanin Asagi series returns with Taimanin Asagi 1: Trial.
After the Taimanin Asagi series was removed from Steam last September, Taimanin Asagi 1: Trial, the prologue of the well known and fetishistic nukige, has returned to Steam. According to a tweet made by Sasayama, director of Taimanin Asagi, the episodes were removed due to Steam’s strict policy of characters visually appearing underage. LiLith will keep this in mind for future projects as rules regarding the depictions of fictional characters that appear to be minors is becoming more strict in Japan like they are in the West.
At the moment only Taimanin Asagi 1: Trial is on Steam, as opposed to last time, when the store pages for all four episodes were available. There are also no lewd CGs available on the page. The first visual novel was intended to be free-to-play, which we’ve mentioned in our article in August about the series’ release. Currently, it is unknown when the prologue or the rest of the episodes will be released.
Tokyo. The demonic city, plagued with the demons from the dark realms.The ancient rule has prohibited the demons from interfering with humans,but with the humanity's dark descent, the pact is now history,and the treacherous syndicates weave crime and chaos throughout the world.In order to protect the nation, the Japanese government has established a special force,consisted of ninjas who, with their might and skills, can fight against the demonic invasion.
Taimanin Asagi is a visual novel that illustrates the first episode of the Taimanin saga, the long-running series of dark, devious, and dramatic chronicles that takes place in the near-future, fiendishly corrupted city of Tokyo.
You can check out Taimanin Asagi 1: Trial on Steam. The release date for the game has yet to be announced.