The Ditzy Demons Are in Love with Me is a downloadable eye-popping demon-dalliance with a difference. Those with a natural proclivity for anime will love this game, even if the maturity level isolates (a cough) portions of the gaming world at large.
Furthermore, this adrenaline-fuelled psychedelic spectacle boasts a lush mix of awesome art-work by the inspired artist Sayori. Despite the adult themes throughout, it does share enough content in its story to bring about an experience that’s fun, engaging and ultimately, pleasing on the eye.
Download The Ditzy Demons Are in Love with Me
You can download the game from Steam. An additional asset that is also worth downloading is the collection of Opening/Ending Theme Songs. Last but not least there is also an adult content pack which contains artwork from the game.
To start downloading The Ditzy Demons are in Love with me, hit the button below the review. And if you like anime visual novels that will make you smile, try also Kaori After Story and Sabbat of the Witch.
The Ditzy Demons Are in Love with Me Review: The Ditzy Demons Run Amok
Before I begin, I feel it’s best to point out the game has recurring themes of a sexual nature throughout. The reality is, it has more mature content than you can shake a stick at if you’ll excuse the phrase.
Besides this, the visual novel developed by SMILE is not lacking in the story sphere of things. Sure, it targets those with a soft spot for amped-up visuals, but the host of harems go beyond that of purely an eye-appeal, showing plenty of personality and depth.
The game follows the exploits of plucky protagonist Ren, who falls into the corruptible hands of the demon dames. Ren, the teacher as branded so by the game, has the insufferable job of whipping these misbehaved lasses into shape.
At first, the plot does prey on the virginity of Ren somewhat and uses this theme as a scapegoat for a hand full of scenes, at least initially anyway. But as the plot thickens, the story does branch out, depending on which of the dastardly demon’s you adopt under your wing.
Each of the loveable rogues possesses unique traits and a lovely bouquet of charm-based tomfoolery.
A crucial part of the game is finding out what makes each character tick, and it helps to learn how to curb their immature habits. Soon enough, you will find yourself under the spell of your pick of the bunch, and you must do all that in your power not to succumb to all the cheeky bewitchment.
After you have made the tough decision, the game focuses in on that story, and all affairs revolve around that said girl. What’s more, each of the cast is special in their own way, and the story changes depending on which member you choose.
It’s clear that the game has its favorites. Having said that, the writing is generally good, and there is plenty of comedy and quirky charm to keep you entertained for the best part of 40 hours.
After you have been through the rigmarole of scouting each girl on an exhausting cycle, the game asks you to make a choice, and the story plays out the destiny of each character. Surprisingly, the stories go beyond that of the flesh, and there are lots of comedic touches and heart-warming moments along the way.
The Bottom Line
All in all, this J-anime is a fun-filled, color-rich quest that overall, tells a vibrant story full of humor. At the end of it all, if you can see past the, at times seedy nature of its contents, there is lots of joy to be found in this tale of teenage terror-fuelled antics.
Finally, the arousing art-work and artistic style creates a one-of-a-kind game that’s like no other. If you have a weakness for anime and manga, this is for sure a game that you can’t afford to miss out on.
- Dazzling artwork
- Considerable story
- A wealth of additional content
- Unnecessarily crude in places
- Few of the characters lack depth