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Mirror Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Mirror, a match-3 hentai game on PC, had one thing going for it; it was smutty, and it therefore had a point. Let’s face it, if you are going to enjoy the game, mundane concerns such as a halfway decent narrative or localisation aren’t important. Neither is the gameplay. You know the goal going in, and if that’s what you wanted, then everything the game offered drove you to that end effectively enough. Mirror on the Switch gets rid of the excesses and… well, you’ve got to ask what’s left. Not much. Mirror on the Nintendo Switch is a game that is sorely in need of a purpose to exist. The basic premise of Mirror is that you (the player) have found a mirror within which there are a number of women’s essences. One by one you need to need to work through the story of each girl, by “battling” her via a match-3 puzzler. Win the match, and you’ll earn more of the girl’s story, which plays out like a visual novel. You’ll also earn a kind of cash, which can be spent on items that will help you defeat the girls more effectively. There are a couple of problems with the execution of that concept, and which ultimately means the game fails on every level. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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Firstly, the storytelling. The localisation of Mirror is a miserably inadequate effort. It’s barely coherent at times, and those times that it is, it’s such a literal conversion from the native language that all the personality and nuance is stripped out of the story. There are a fair few different girls to follow in Mirror, but thanks to that localisation, they all “sound” like cookie cutters from one another, and I found myself simply fast-forwarding through the visual novel bits. I just didn’t care. The match-3 action, meanwhile, is generic to the point of being worthless. The girl that you’re “fighting” against is represented by a simple health bar. In each visual novel sequence you’ll be asked to make one decision, which will affect how much health the girl starts the battle with. That’s the only relationship between the storytelling and “gameplay” action. Then you’ve given a certain number of turns to match enough “attack” items that the girl’s health is reduced to zero. The girl doesn’t actually do anything while you play. Every so many turns, they’ll “attack” you, which simply results in you losing some health, and needing to waste a turn or two matching up health potions to restore your health.

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I think to a game like Puzzle Quest, which turned a combat system into a match-3 battle, and your opponent would take their own turns to match icons and attack you. That was an engaging combat system that made the match-3 action actually feel like strategic combat. Mirror’s system is a glorified version of Candy Crush. Without the charm. None of the characters in Mirror are attractive. That’s in part because, thanks to that localisation, they have no personality, and are not on any level interesting. But it’s also partly because there’s no consistency within Mirror. One character is drawn from science fiction. Another from fantasy. Yes, that fits with the whole “mirror of personalities” theme, but it’s executed in such a disjointed and inelegant fashion that it comes off as a mess of nothing. On a technical level, the art is fine, but it doesn’t support anything, and has no reason to exist. On the PC, all of this still has an ultimate point. A pay-off if you will. You can Google search for it if you need to, but yes, it even includes tentacles. The Nintendo Switch version, for obvious reasons, removes that. Hedon Bloodrite

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There’s still plenty of fan service, but that was never meant to be the limits of this game. You’re much better off playing something like Kotodama, which is similarly themed, but is designed around going no further than fan servicey panties. With the art built around that theme, and much greater consistency and coherent text, Kotodama is a much, much better fit for the Nintendo Switch. The only people that might get something out of Mirror are those who are such big fans of the PC version of the game that they need to keep playing it on Nintendo Switch while… on the train, I guess. It’s a character-driven, visual novel-heavy match-3 puzzler where terrible localisation has ruined the characters, the narrative is incomprehensible, and the match-3 action is so stock-standard it doesn’t deserve to be celebrated, even if it does work. The real reason people played this on PC – the titillation, has been greatly reduced in order to be console friendly on the Nintendo Switch, and as such there is nothing of worth left in Mirror. Despite the controversial, dark, and adult subject matter among the short stories in this game, I would still praise the scriptwriter for having the imagination to come up with eight different short stories that are different from the usual fare in a fantasy or romance story.

They combines match-3 and visual novel elements.

They do this by combining both genres to tell 8 different stories of lost romance where 8 different characters or monsters might feel compelled to punish, excite, or fight each girl. These all lead to different routes; a pain route, a pleasure route, and a combat route across 3 different Match-3 stages. Although most of them have selfish and unsavory motives on each girl, they also have an additional layer of complexity to describe and spur that motivation. A few of the characters are more wholesome yet they are forced due to circumstances to act in that way which also adds to the complexity of such a romance. This results in excellent storytelling which not many short stories have. After patch updates in November 2017 and September 2018, the game has fewer errors in the English version. The artwork in this game is excellent by being attractive and colourful. The CGs use a large variety of different colours while each female character has animated sprites with different facial expressions and blinking eyes as the player does battle with them during the Match-3 and Tame segments of the game. The opening theme will show various CGs, background scenes, the cast of characters, and character voice list with great animation throughout. Ion Fury

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The game also has great artwork in the game cover, Steam achievement icons, badges, emoticons, and profile backgrounds. For those who prefer to uncensor the game and remove the flowers and SakuraGame rabbit in the Steam version of this game, a patch for this game is available by searching through the game’s discussion boards, some of the reviews, or from certain Steam groups. There are also more non-H CGs that are top-notch in the Lost Shards and Enchanting Reflections DLC. The Cosplay DLC has an additional 240 photos of female cosplayers featuring all 12 girls in the game. The Enchanting Reflections DLC features an additional 48 non-H CGs with 4 CGs of each character in the game. Having voice acting by a different voice actress for each female character in both the visual novel and Match-3 segment of this game serve to highlight and make this game more interesting. The background music (BGM) are great by matching the setting of the game and the character personality of each Match-3 opponent. My favourite soundtrack in this game is Lost Romance which begins by being pleasant and stirring during the chorus.

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Although this BGM is played throughout in the game’s title screen, menu options, and visual novel segments, it remains as one of my personal favourite soundtracks and I still listen to it despite playing the game for 21 hours. The oriental BGM for Yoko’s and Cai Yun’s stages, the stirring BGM for Daisy’s stages, and the song with vocals Magic Mirror that is in the opening theme and soundtrack DLC are also among my favourite soundtracks in this game. The Songs of the Maidens DLC features a total of 12 different Japanese songs with vocals, a medley of it and the instrumental versions of all 13 songs which are pleasant and stirring and is a steal at a fraction of the cost of most soundtrack DLCs or CD albums. The Match-3 gameplay is the main highlight of this game although if this game was a pure visual novel, I also wouldn’t mind paying 2-4 dollars for the 12 short stories alone. As a Match-3 strategy game where the player has to reduce the opponent’s health to zero, the game rewards players who build longer chains to deal more damage to an opponent, gain more health or rage, or to create a super gem that can create a very large special effect depending on chosen skill which awards more money at the end of the match.

Each opponent has a different set of strengths and special abilities where some may need certain skills and items to counter their strengths and special moves. Each girl will also have Japanese voiced dialogue whenever they use a special ability, take damage, have their clothes torn or broken, and also when they win/lose at the end of the stage. The achievements are more or less reasonable where although there are a few achievements that rely on luck, most of them can be obtained after a number of attempts. For those who are looking for a more challenging set of Match-3 stages, the game also has an unlockable challenge mode that is available after reaching an ending with Martha as the final female character. This mode is entirely optional and is something like an ironman mode where the player will have to make decisions on which skills and items to equip, adjust skills accordingly, and earn hearts to purchase a replacement items. The player is assigned a rank score at the end of the game. All these help to make the game fun and replayable without being too difficult or excessively grindy. With the Lost Shards DLC.

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Each stage in the DLC is also tougher and more challenging as they are meant for experienced players who have purchased most of the items and skills by the time they finish the main game. The Tame segment gameplay is the most controversial part of this game with heavy NSFW content which could make players uncomfortable as it involves choosing which body part or item to apply to certain parts on the captured girl’s body (and moving the mouse slowly or quickly in the Lost Shards DLC). I feel this game wouldn’t have raised as much controversy without this segment, which doesn’t add anything much to the game other than adult content and those who want to get all achievements have to refer to published community guides or experiment with different combinations in this adult segment. Overall, this Match-3 strategy game with up to 12 different short stories is highly recommended for its Match-3 gameplay,fantasy visual novel segment that has a compelling storyline containing many interesting and unexpected plot twist and turns, and the large variety of characters with different personalities. It also has great artwork, animation, voice acting, and background music to enhance the mood and immersion of this game to make it stand out as a visual novel and strategy game. WEST HUNT

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