字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Our modern society likes to think of itself as being more politically correct than previous generations. People try to be more progressive and understanding as to not offend or put down people. I mean look at the Tomb Raider series, showing that woman can both be tough and feminine. And then there are games like Rumble Roses, that sets women back before the ratification of the 19th amendment. How do you review this game without sounding completely immature? The game goes for a certain appeal. More specifically, a certain male appeal. I mean I understand what the developers were thinking. Wrestling is good, attractive girls are good. Put them together, you have a recipe for success, right. The game is an all girl wrestling game, where every competitor has talents in many different aspects. The girls each have a score to settle, and they take to the ring to do so. What the game lacks in game modes, it makes up for with visual appeal. There really is only two different modes. You can take a girl into an exhibition match, or play through the character’s story mode. Here you will learn the hidden motives for why each girl suits up. Completing the story mode will unlock additional wrestlers to play with…. that came out wrong. But not all the wrestling takes place in the ring. You can also go for a complete visual spectacle and have a mud wrestling match. Complete male fantasy, maybe. All it’s missing is an all you can eat sandwich bar. And here I am going on about the game and haven’t even mentioned the most important part, the wrestling. The actual wrestling feels somewhat limited. Each girl gets their own move set, complete with hits, punches, kicks, grabbles, submissions holds and special finishers. The combat allows for some punishing looking moves, along with more up-skirt shots than you could imagine. Targeting specific areas will weaken your opponent, allowing for easier submissions and pins. And you can fill up the Humiliation Meter and unleash an attack. While the action has all the elements, the wrestling feels thin, with not as many options of attack. You will perform mostly the same moves until your opponent is weak enough then go for the pin or submission. The game is clearly more focused on style rather than substance. With the limited game modes, and simplistic wrestling, this may be the only game I know that may actually be more enjoyable watching than actually playing. The girl are hot, but the wrestling is shallow.