JAV porn star shogi game Please Teach Me Onedari Shogi on Switch in the west

Back in February, we reported on a unique take on shogi featuring cosplayers Uno Yui and Hanamiya Inori and JAV porn star Airi Satou that was headed to Nintendo Switch in Japan. Now, unexpectedly, SilverStar’s Please Teach Me Onedari Shogi has released in the west on the eShop for $7.99. The only catch — albeit a large one — is that the game is still in Japanese.

If you’re unfamiliar with this classic in the making, buckle up! Firstly, shogi is like a Japanese version of chess; that’s the normal part of Please Teach Me Onedari Shogi. The unusual part is that the game is about helping your “girlfriend” — Airi Satou, or one of those other two women — to play shogi well. Your reward then is over 1,300 photos and over 30 clips of the women, in an assortment of cutesy or overtly sexy outfits and positions. It’s nothing that crosses into actual JAV territory with nudity though.

The official description of the game on Nintendo’s website reads as follows:

The Onedari Girls are Shogi novices. When they face a difficult situation, they request a “Do-Over” or “Hint.” Accept their requests to get along with the girls! When you get to know them better, you will receive a special treat… Equipped with a function that helps you feel like you can teach the girls Shogi even if you are a beginner! Shogi game for adults.

To illustrate how serious a game that Please Teach Me Onedari Shogi is, the description then proceeds to list the body measurements of each girl, in addition to their likes, dislikes, and general comments for the player. It then ends on a succinct “Attention: The language used in this game is Japanese.”

And if you’re worried about someone walking into the room, seeing Please Teach Me Onedari Shogi, and getting the wrong idea, it has a “Mom Showed Up Mode” that replaces the sexy women with non-sexy images.

So basically, if you’ve read this far, you know that this is the definitive shogi video game experience ever created. It is a very serious game for very serious-minded people. If you can stomach an absence of English in the quest for intellectual stimulation, hurry to the eShop and help these women learn some shogi!

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John Friscia
Proofs Editor for Enthusiast Gaming. I'm a writer who loves Super Nintendo and Japanese role-playing games to an impractical degree. I have recently returned from living in South Korea.

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