Pero Pero Seduction: Sexdoll Contest


This. . . this is the game.

This. . . this is the game.

That title is not made up. I’m writing this with a heavy heart, and from a deep place of confusion. This piece is proof positive that not only is God dead, but we killed him. We killed him and it was all in vain. If he did exist, he is neither just nor loving. So. . . let’s get into the nitty gritty. Nutaku is a portal for “controversial” games. RE: Porn Games. Specifically, they bring these controversial games to a western audience and boast 23 million followers. 23 million. So, why are we talking about this today? Read the title! One of their bigger games, PeroPero Seduction is holding a very unique contest. Players who go to this link at Nutaku can sign up for a tournament. Then they have to do their best at Pero Pero Seduction. If you can be the “ultimate weapon of seduction”, you win! But what do you win if you make it to the top of the leaderboard and hold your own as the God-King of the Dampening Folds? This:

"The Prize". Good lord. What has happened to us as a people?

“The Prize”. Good lord. What has happened to us as a people?

That’s right, you get an “anatomically correct” doll of Lilith, the final boss of Pero Pero Seduction. This is a very real contest, and they decided that enough people want to fuck Lilith, they should just, you know. . . give them what they want. Because I know so many people that are so maladjusted that they would rather have a silicone doll instead of a real person. Would it be the most unique trophy ever? Of course. But are you going to place it in your living room? I can just hear the conversation now. Baseball and Bowling trophies, pictures of your family, aunts, uncles, and a sexdoll in the corner. You know, the normal stuff in your home. Most of their games involve seducing anime women, their Marketing Manager made mention of. So I suppose it’s the next step in that direction. “Real Anime Women”. But I will say this: This is the most unique tournament I have ever beheld, and it even has a neat little leaderboard on their site. Have you ever wanted to unlock the latent sexual energies of Tokyo? I mean, who hasn’t? So if that’s your bag, PeroPero Seduction just might be what you’ve been looking for. And to all people who are seriously entering: Good luck! But I want to leave you with this very real quote from right here in our offices:

“Part of me wanted to pay some poor person badly in need of money for Xenoverse to do it. But now that I’ve seen the competition I don’t have faith that we could. I don’t mean to be condescending, but I don’t like your chances in a hentai competition against BeaverReaver.” – DizzyPW to Ragachak, 2016

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  • Endathel

    Japan’s got some issues right now with men having less And less sex with real women so this makes sense over there, but here I see it as two things, either the xenophobic social pihrana crowd or the novelty pervert, cause I’d totally go for this doll just to have one lol

    • Ragachak

      This was targeted at the Western Audience though. That’s Nutaku’s speciality, bringing these “games” to the West.

  • Herschel Pilcher III

    First: Don’t kink shame.

    Second: I will give them credit. This is the most unique and targeted marketing ploy ever. The type of people who would play this sort of game -competitively- are more or less the sort of people you want limiting their social interactions to silicon and plastic.

    This is no sham prize either. If this company has pulled out the stops and purchased a quality doll, then that have placed a sizable chunk of change for their devoted followers.

    Still, having said all of that, you just have to love those wacky Japanese. They live in their own world and would like nothing more than for the rest of the civilized folks to come in a chill in the hot tub for a while. Take in the sights, maybe watch a schoolgirl bang an octopus. Experience the kabuki. You know.. Culture.

    • Ragachak

      Oh I don’t judge, you know me. It’s definitely the most unique contest I’ve ever seen. #Culture