Review: Pantsu Hunter: Back to the 90s (PlayStation 4)

Pantsu Hunter Back to the 90s

Share a heart-to-heart talk, watch a movie together, take a bath, remove a computer virus, help a girl in a tough spot and—if you’re lucky—find the love of your life using the color and pattern of her panties. This game tells the story about a guy looking for love renovated in a nostalgic 80s and 90s anime style.

Pros:

  • 734.7mb download size.
  • Point and click gameplay.
  • Anime style graphics.
  • Platinum trophy.
  • Mini-game style interactions.
  • The goal is to collect girls panties.
  • Follows a strong sense of order.
  • Straight forward controls.
  • Slight tutorial help.

Pantsu Hunter Back to the 90s

Cons:

  • Over sexualized.
  • Never sure the age of the girls.
  • Plain trial and error gameplay.
  • Creepy.
  • Makes the player feel uncomfortable.
  • Can fail or not get the right outcome with no feedback.
  • Bad checkpointing following a failed interaction.
  • NSFW.

Pantsu Hunter Back to the 90s

  • 4/10
    Graphics - 4/10
  • 2/10
    Sound - 2/10
  • 2/10
    Accessibility - 2/10
  • 1/10
    Length - 1/10
  • 1/10
    Fun Factor - 1/10
2/10

Summary

Sex, it’s everywhere and is displayed and shown off in many different forms and media. Here for me, it goes so over the line it’s not even funny. You play a guy who wants to befriend random girls and get their panties. You have to sweet talk and in a way manipulate them into giving your panties. When you first interact with them your inner voice is already trying to guess what color and style they are, it’s all a bit unsettling. Gameplay-wise it’s just a poi t and clicks and do actions in a certain order and get one of the many outcomes, failure to snatch the panties have you repeating the same scenario again. Get the panties and add them to your collection. For me it’s the wording, the atmosphere and general creepiness that bothers me, why go so dark and almost obsessive with the panty quest. Yeah OK, your a hunter of the cloth but why be so creepy? Who the fuck cares it’s a game that is boring to play, it’s a game you can’t really play with anyone else around, I would say it’s not worth your time or money unless it really is a thing you like and of it is more power to you, I don’t judge you I judge the game and gameplay, whilst the theme is not for me and I don’t like it, everyone is different. The title alone will instantly tell you if you are in the right place.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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