Not Even 71-Year-Old Grannies Are Safe

Adult Japanese computer games tend to feature young women. Not all of them, do though. Why here is one that features a 71-year-old granny. And tentacles. Oh dear.

Erotic PC game "Cthulhu ~ Great Hunting ~", which was released late last week, features the scene with an senior in the throes of ecstasy.

Those posting on Japanese online bulletin board 2ch have been quick to point out that the 71-year-old granny in the scene looks like a 71-year-old granny. There hasn't been an effort to make her look younger.

Tentacles in Japanese adult games (and by extension erotic art) is not new. There is a long history of it. In the early 19th century, woodblock printmaker Hokusai, one of the giants of traditional Japanese art, depicted an octopus and a woman engaging in intercourse.

The motif has appeared in countless works and has even reached the point of parody in the West when describing the depiction of sex in Japan.

71歳のババァのアヘ顔見たい人あつまれー [はちま起稿]


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    An octopus and a woman engaging in intercourse? as early as the 19th centuary?

    Now i know that this kind of crap that the Japanese think of is genetic.

      Here's the wikipedia article on it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dream_of_the_Fisherman%27s_Wife

      really? maybe educate yourself on why they used the depiction of tentacles initially before spouting off. (here's a hint, it had to do with censorship. idiot)

    Clearly in Japan, nothing is sacred when it comes to creepy 'dating' games.

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