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Neko Secret Homecoming Switch Review

Warning: Neko Secret Homecoming is very NSFW! Not for kids!

Neko Secret Homecoming is the sequel to Neko Secret Room. In this game, instead of breaking into a room to unscrambled pictures of anime cat girls, you have an entire town. You get off the bus and your goal is to infiltrate the “Hentai Factory” in the town. You’re supposed to get the lock picks behind the pizza parlor and open safes around town until you get the code numbers. You don’t actually have to do that. You can cheese the lock in about three minutes to get inside and start unscrambling pictures of anime cat girls. The actual unscrambling is virtually identical to the first game, so in the remote chance you liked that, you’ll like this.

There’s a town, but nothing to do in it!

I was disappointed in Neko Secret Homecoming. I asked for a review code because I thought there was more to do in the town. All the other stuff(darts and a bathtub) are in the factory and identical to the first game. There’s nothing new besides unlocking doors and safes. Those are easy and boring. There should have been much more to do here, but there is not. Why not split everything up and have new mini-games in the houses? Why not have a mini-game in the pizza parlor? It just scream laziness on the part of the developers.

The boring Neko Secret Homecoming puzzles.
If you love nude cat girls, you’ll love this.

In the end, I don’t care that I got the review code for Neko Secret Homecoming free. This game is pretty bad outside the anime cat girls. Having a soundtrack and voice acting doesn’t even save it. Neko Secret Homecoming is polished, but still a bad game sold for ten dollar. Hard pass.

Overall: Neko Secret Homecoming could have been something more than nude cat girls, but sheer laziness sinks it.

Verdict: Garbage

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PlatformNintendo Switch
Release Date6/22/23
ESRB RatingM

P.S. Play Crawlco Block Knockers an actually good NSFW game!

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