I think it’s safe to say that of every country in the entire world Japan probably ranks number one for “weird.” And I’m talking about media specifically. These guys own when it comes to television game shows. They take the cake in wacky commercials. When you’re thinking messed up media, Japan is your go to.
Turns out it’s the exact same thing when it comes to video games. Oh yes. The Japanese don’t mess around there either.
It just so happens we’ve come across five video games that will knock your socks off…..
Super Galdelic Hour
First of all the title is creepy in its own right but once you know what the game is actually about it gets worse. For no apparent reason there are four animals that magically transform into scantily clad busty women. Yes. That’s the first part. The second part is the actual game. You are supposed to try and make said women “jiggle” as much as possible. It’s kind of like a game show styled format that includes whacking and shopping.
OK I’m sure there have been plenty of Pac-Man spinoffs since the game was invented but I guarantee none are as crazy as this game. In this game the character is Tanaka and instead of running from ghosts he’s running from Michael Jackson, Madonna and Carl Lewis, along with a couple of Japanese celebrities. If they catch Tanaka they’ll strip him down to a diaper, change into a leather bikini, and then whip him. You really can’t make this stuff up.
Call me crazy but I’m quite certain this game would not be legal in the U.S. The entire game is a first person shooter type thing where all you do is find ways to hit teenage girls. Yup. That’s the ENTIRE game. Whether it’s a baseball bat or casting some weird spell on someone, you’re just messing with teenage girls. There are five, count it five games in this franchise. Franchise!
Adult DS Face Training
Essentially this game is designed to strengthen your faces and improve it’s tissue by mimicking facial expressions that you see on your DS. So basically you’re trying to improve your face by copying your DS. Sounds idiotic enough.
According to Wikipedia, the game is designed to simulate “kancho, a children’s prank popular in Japan where the victim is poked with two fingers in the anal region whilst distracted.” In other words, “what in God’s name is going here?”