Gotoubun no Hanayome: Looks Like a Hentai Video Game Inspired a Design on Miku

Gotoubun no Hanayome: Looks Like a Hentai Video Game Inspired a Design on Miku

Some time ago, various media reported that the character Miku Nakano from the franchise based on the Gotoubun no Hanayome manga, had been referenced in the character of an adult game, shortly after the manga ended. Now it seems that another game has dedicated one of their designs to her. This is how the adult game (eroge), Sis △ Camp, enters the scene.

Gotoubun no Hanayome: Looks Like a Hentai Video Game Inspired a Design on Miku

Sis △ Camp is an eroge developed by Onomatope Raspberry that was released in Japan on October 30, and the story centers on a boy who likes to go camping, and sometimes he does it with his sisters and the friends of his sisters (for of course we mean camping). And the design of one of the girls, named Rin Chihara, is strangely familiar ...

Rin Chihara is a calm and kind girl, who ends up falling in love with the protagonist when she visits the home of her friend, who is the protagonist's sister. Obviously, at the time the remarks were not made to wait, not only with the physical resemblance, but even in the attitude of the character. But since the design is out of IP issues given the obvious changes, there doesn't seem to be a problem. Perhaps the most knowledgeable in the industry will already notice, but for those who do not, the title also refers to the Yuru Camp manga, whose official title in Japanese is Yuru △ Camp, do you notice now? Some may be interested in the cover image of this article, so they can enter the official gallery of the game at this link, although it is not necessary to warn them that they are NSFW illustrations.

Gotoubun no Hanayome: Looks Like a Hentai Video Game Inspired a Design on Miku

About Gotoubun no Hanayome

It is a manga series written and illustrated by Negi Haruba, which was published in Kodansha publisher's Weekly Shonen Magazine between August 2017 and February 2020, with a total of fourteen compiled volumes.

The play inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by Tezuka Productions Studios, under the direction of Satoshi Kuwabara and released in January 2019. A second season is produced by Bibury Animation Studios and will premiere in January 2021.

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