G-senjou no Maou

Developer:
Akabei Soft2

Release Date:
May 29, 2008

Age Rating:
18+, All-Ages

Genres:
Comedy, Drama, Mystery, Romance

Romance Options:
M > F

Original Language:
Japanese

Estimated Total Length:
15-20 hours

VNDB:
Link

Game Summary: You play the role of Azai Kyousuke, the son of a legendary gangster infamous in the underworld. You spend your time listening to Bach, playing God at school and covertly working for your stepfather, a ruthless financial heavyweight.

This idyllic existence is broken when two individuals appear in the city – a beautiful girl named Usami Haru with hair you could get lost in for days, and a powerful international gangster known only as “Maou”. Almost without delay, the two begin a deadly cat-and-mouse game, bringing you and your friends into the crossfire. Plotting, political intrigue and layer upon layer of interlocking traps are the weapons in this epic battle of wits.

Attribution: VNDB and Asceai

Walkthrough-Available

100-Percent-Save-NOT-Available
Technical Support FAQ *is* Available
All-Ages Version: 
Ages 18+ Version: 
  • Patch by TLWiki: Taken down after game licensed by Sekai Project (Completed 12/25/2010)
    • Patch only available for JP fan-translated Windows patch

Reviews Hub: Recent Reviews of this Game

[Visual Novel Review]: G-Senjou no Maou – The Devil on G-String
Rockmandash Reviews: G-Senjou no Maou (Visual Novel)
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Comments Rating 5 (2 reviews)

2 Comments

  • a good work

    a good girl and love game. this visual novel is published by Shangri-la corporation , the scriptwriter is talented. In china,the opus is called superb works ,and i think it ‘s admirable ’

  • Excellent game!

    My first ever VN, and still my favourite to this day. Just cleared the game for the 4th time (All CGs, all routes), takes me a total of 24-30 hours to complete.

    The story is insanely deep, not something I expected of a R18 game. I shamelessly admit I played it for the H scenes the first time, but ended up skipping most as I got hooked on the story. Personally, I found Kanon and Tsubaki to be quite annoying due to their personalities, but I guess I cant say much when my favourite is Shiratori.

    The art is great, again not something you expect from a R18 game. There were details in EVERYTHING. The girls’ clothes, the surroundings, you can really tell the artist put in a lot of effort.

    The length and the few choices make it feel a bit like a book, but it IS a visual novel and not a dating sim. Maybe not the best choice for a newcomer to VNs or those who dont like reading a lot, but if you love reading, then this is going to make you forget about the real world just like books used to do.

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