Duel Love on DS rubs where few games dare

Though only two characters were available for selection, it appears as if the game will have an array of archetypes designed to appeal to variety of tastes when it's eventually released sometime in 2008.

Namco Bandai's "Duel Love" for the Nintendo DS appears to promise plenty of risque man-rubbing action.

Since it's release the Nintendo DS has had several titles such as "Feel The Magic" or "Doki Doki Majo Shinpan!" wherein the touch screen and stylus are used to physically interact with the female characters.

"Duel Love" enters this increasingly racey "feel 'em up" category of games by giving players a chance to take their styluses to the bodies of anime-styled men. As a woman, all I can say is: it's about time!

The demo available at the Tokyo Game Show was rather brief. Players were able to pick between two characters before proceeding to a brief mini-game wherein they got to rub the sweat off the man of their choice.

Though only two characters were available for selection, it appears as if the game will have an array of archetypes designed to appeal to variety of tastes when it's eventually released sometime in 2008.

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