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Fucking All Night

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rated 3.16 / 5 stars
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hentai
rise
persona
kujikawa

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Uploaded
Mar 17, 2017 | 8:25 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Rise's extra tardy and Lethargic today... but for good reason. A P4 hentai parody just for you.

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beowolf666beowolf666

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Well done again but same question remains why movies? If ot was an interactive story I could understand and relate. Just curiosity.


d-z responds:

Animated loops are placed in movies and this is a set of animated loops and not an actual game, thanks for following the series.


KingSandyKingSandy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

gg nice



KattlarvKattlarv

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It's pretty okay. Kinda 3 in one ordeal.
The faces are a bit odd, and the sounds are a bit stale. The music got a really nice tone to it though :3

Really quirk a brow on what the "scene selection" is meant to be but xD
It does have some questionable anatomy at some parts. But all and all, it's perfectly decent.
Kinda does the usual, but not more than that I'm afraid.



zharzzharz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i always loved your lo-fi soundtracks, and the animations still lacks but getting better too, hopefully you could develop it into a more polished style as well, props!


d-z responds:

Thank you, please check out the artist in the credits for more of his excellent work. As for the animations, they do not run as smoothly in slower machines, there should be a revision with the way the loops are structured to meet consistent exhibition. Aside from that, there is always room for improvement. Thanks for the appreciative words!


Higor-SilvaHigor-Silva

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Wish it had a mute option for the moans. Animation is great but lacks more fluidity.


d-z responds:

You can still enjoy the full tracks by clicking the audio links in the credits panel. The animations may not run smoothly in slower machines, there should be a revision with the way the loops are structured to meet consistent exhibition. Aside from that, there is always room for improvement. Thanks for the appreciative words!