FuRyu has shared some new details regarding the steamy Trouble Touch Time (TTT) in To Love-Ru Darkness: Battle Ecstasy.

Trouble Touch Time is triggered after a battle has completed, asking you to touch the body of the heroine to up her pleasure gauge. When her tension reaches a critical level, TTT enters free touch mode where you can augment your touching with items such as massagers. This will allow you to take on various poses as well as changing costumes and other options, making TTT your very own “play time”.

To Love-Ru Darkness: Battle Ecstasy is due to release May 22nd in Japan, still no word on localization.

  • Lester Paredes

    I had to read that twice, because I didn’t believe it the first time around. Is it me, or does it seem that Japanese developers are making more games aimed at otaku stereotypes?

    • Kyle Wakeling

      It’s not just you, it seems that Japanese devs want you to touch, rub, grope and undress most of the females in their games – not that I’ve got a problem with it.

      • Lester Paredes

        Really now? Perhaps they should have given you the task of reviewing Valhalla Knights 3.

        On a more serious note, it just seems like this is akin to blacksploitation films. I suppose since video games have passed their toddler years and are now in their turbulent puberty years where anything with boobs is awesome, it’s only natural.

        • Kyle Wakeling

          It’s more of a Japanese culture thing than a let’s put boobs everywhere thing; they’re just more lenient about what the rest of the world considers sexual content in TV and gaming.

          Oh, and I said I didn’t have a problem with it – not that I’d like to play them all (VH3 looks horrible IMO, and so does this). If I wanted a boob-ridden experience I’d attempt another import of Senran Kagura =P

          • Lester Paredes

            That’s very true. I am looking at it as an outsider glimpsing an out of context picture of their culture. I should take into account that there have been games like this for ages over there. With how polite and proper everyday life is over there, I imagine that all kinds of games serve as a good outlet for tension.
            They are male fantasies, mostly, and just like in mainstream porn, the women are there to service and satisfy the men. Not that I know anything about porn… >_>”
            Still, my Western, civilized (ie: non perverted) sensibilities are alarmed at the voyeurism and exploitation on display in games (or movies, books, music) with similar tones.
            And on another note, one that completely contradicts this thread, I wish to play Sen ran Kagura: Shonovi Versus. It looks like it’s got great game play.