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Much like any self-respecting Japanese RPG, Shining Blade, the latest installment in the game series illustrated by renowned artist Tony Taka, doesn’t forget to include pantsu-friendly camera free roaming.

While the basis of any role-playing game involves a heroic character, an epic adventure, and an arsenal fit for battle against several armies, when speaking of Japanese RPGs one has to add female underwear into that mix – else, it simply is not giving consumers their money’s worth, holding out on a highly loved feature readily found in many a JRPG.

And Shining Blade, as mentioned, is no exception – the girls of the game all appearing to prefer lighter colors.

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