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Not Recommended
0.0 hrs last two weeks / 0.3 hrs on record
Posted: Mar 14, 2020 @ 5:05pm
Updated: Mar 14, 2020 @ 5:31pm

At a Glance
(Adult) Content
Yes, (F) nudity.
Woot! Woot! (Yes)
Hours of Gameplay
Ten minutes.
Modding Support?
Patch Available?
Yes, purchase as Steam DLC.

Virus Buster is a lewd shoot 'em up with an anime girl and virus theme. . . huh, this game sure picked a good time to be released.

- Disclaimer -
For the purposes of this review, the adult patch is installed.

You play as a syringe, and you can periodically fire an antidote of sorts. The goal is to hit a (single) virus three times. There are five stages total, and each stage introduces a more erratic, smaller virus to hit. There is no time limit, or any form of interesting mechanic. After beating a stage, you get to see a naked lady (provided you purchased the DLC).

You're a friendly-friendly doctor from the West, and a fistful of infected ladies have knocked on your door. You have the cure to their ailment, but you're not interested in their wallets (or erm, purses). No no, what you want are their goodies.

But you're not gonna touch 'em, for obvious reasons.

There is no title menu, just a level select screen. I liked the user interface, it was very fitting for the game's theme. You can delete your save data exit the application, but there is no gallery or settings to access. In regards to functionality, I give the user interface a fail.

- The Goods -
The lewd content consists of erotically posed, nude (and animated) anime girls. Unfortunately, the animations are very bad, and the CGs lack backgrounds. The ladies are drawn well, but the artwork suffers from the animation and poor posing. Expect basic female nudity.

I deem this game memeware, and not the good kind. I'd save my money and go buy a better game. Or some toilet paper, if you're subscribing to the corona panic.

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headmonkeyboy Mar 16, 2020 @ 1:32pm 
Im surprised playing this didn't give you human malware.No joke here, Fox news said last night police in Oregon asking people to stop calling 911 because they ran out of tp. The state of our world lmao