Kagura Games announced that the GapTax-developed doujin RPG, RaiOhGar: Asuka and the King of Steel, will launch on PC-via Steam on May 15.
RaiOhGar: Asuka and the King of Steel is set in a time where the world has begun an era of peace. However, that is disrupted by an evil organization named Trizon, who is focused on conquering the world with an army of giant robots. In order to stop Trizon, a hero duo emerges named Kouta and his girlfriend Asuka, who pilots a powerful mech called RaiOhGar.
Trizon begins to get frustrated as their plans are continuously brought to a halt by RaiOhGar. The company then sets up a base on the island of Okigashima, where they begin to terrorize the town. RaiOhGar heads out to put a stop to them but then finds out that it was a trap.
RaiOhGar: Asuka and the King of Steel features mecha battles through a turn-based combat system. Players can utilize a dual protagonist feature to take out enemies. Additionally, other mechs will join your part to assist in battles. The game also features multiple endings.
RaiOhGar: Asuka and the King of Steel most likely will have an adult patch and version available on other online storefronts.
You can watch the new trailer below:
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