Moero Downhill Night DVD-ROM Game (Windows)

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About Moero Downhill Night DVD-ROM Game (Windows)

Moero Downhill Night: My name is Daichi Shou, and I'm nothing special. I tell my folks back at home that I'm a big shot, but I'm really just working a part time job delivering soba (buckwheat noodles) for a shop on the Himeda mountain ridge - I drive the route morning and evening, live in my simple apartment and banish all thoughts of fame or glory from my mind.

But all that changed suddenly when one day on my route I got into an accident, fell unconscious, and when I woke up I was in the passenger seat of a taxi driven by a beautiful girl! I didn't remember the details, but it seems I'd lost memory of what happened earlier and she thought I was a genius racing navigator...

She said her name was Michi, and she was so cute I couldn't help but go along with her case of mistaken identity. With my advice her driving skills became top notch and attracted competition from around the country and beyond. With beautiful girls flocking to race for my attention, which one will I choose to guide to victory?! If I'm successful in helping the girls win, they're likely to show me their gratitude, and the thought of what they'll do for me after the race keeps me going.

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.

System Requirements:
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista
Pentium III 800 mhz or faster recommended
Memory 128 MB or greater


  • Publisher: PEACH PRINCESS
  • Media: Computer Games
  • Genre: Erotica
  • Age Rating: 18+
  • Run Time: 120
  • Release Date: 10/30/2009
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5

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Marginal title...


Well not sure why this is in the adult section. Maybe I picked all the wrong 'branches.' This is the first out of several titles I have gone through though. All I could encounter was PG (language only, not even PG-13) stuff.

Story is mediocre. The only interesting bit is occasionally there are semi-action driving sequences. Although they are more 'pick the right maneuver from a list' and not actually driving per se.

Artwork is pretty good but if you are a fan of the more 'mature content' I'd suggest another title.