Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed is a highly sexualized RPG that focuses a lot on stripping characters down to their underwear, as both the name of the game and our review of the title suggests. In fact, it takes the whole stripping concept so seriously, that is has even added in streaming features that accommodate these sexual actions.
In the PlayStation 4 version of the game, which is set to come out on November 25, viewers watching the game being streamed can interact with the game world. This means they can perform a number of actions in the game, such as randomly instructing “the trickster spirit of Akiba” to strip characters’ panties. Players may also manipulate “the wind in a very specific way,” making panties on the ground float up into the air before falling back down to earth.
Clearly, Akiba’s Trip is desperately trying to let players know that the game isn’t just about combat, but it is also very much about stripping people. Without saying any vicious comments about the blatant sexism that this game embodies, I’ll simply ask what you think about these somewhat strange commands? Do they appeal to you at all?