Moero Chronicle Review
Hello everybody, Shaun Meyers here to share my thoughts on Moero Chronicle by Compile Heart and Idea Factory. I received a copy of the game for review purposes but this has no effect on my thoughts and experiences with the game.
I’ll start this review by saying that Moero Chronicle is a very NSFW game. Everything from the enemies you face to the dungeons you explore, they all have sexual innuendo in mind. The game isn’t suited for children or anyone under 18, so keep that in mind when purchasing.
Story wise, Moero is a bit on the basic side. Many of the character’s you meet throughout the game say pretty much the same thing. At first they hate humans because they’re impure. When you purify them, they willingly join you in your quest. Often without a real reason as to why they should. The story never seems to go anywhere either and the majority of the game is spent purifying monster girls to join you on a rather boring quest to save the world.
The combat system is your standard dungeon crawler fair. You take your party of 5 monster girls and make your way through a first person dungeon. You’ll randomly encounter various enemies with innuendo attached (There’s literally an enemy called a Condogolem, it has condoms all over it). At which point you’ll need to fight the enemies using skills, and attack powers. It’s fairly straight forward, Io builds up magic, the girls attack, rinse and repeat.
Combat is pretty simple depending on the difficulty level you’re playing on. For this review I was playing on Normal but it didn’t present much of a challenge. I was able to spam enter repeatedly for normal enemies. It wound up getting a little boring I’ll admit but at the same time I couldn’t stop playing, it was weird.
I will admit that the game does have some pretty good relationship building features. You can give the monster girls presents which will increase their intimacy with the main character. You can also remodel their rooms using materials obtained in the egg system. This too will increase a character’s intimacy rating. Another way to do this is with the bumping scratch feature. This allows you to rub, poke, pick and touch a character’s weak points to essentially turn them on. If you do well enough you’ll enter a nude phase where you rub as fast as possible. The game is censored so there’s no full on nudity but you get the idea.
I have to say, this game is easily the most perverse dungeon crawler that I’ve ever played. Truth be told, I don’t generally play games like this, usually because I try to keep the website family friendly. I’m also not too big on fan service either so I tend to avoid this sort of thing. I did have fun with the game regardless of it’s shortcomings, though. I found that while the story is a bit lacking and the combat system is easy, it’s still rather addicting for some reason.
The game isn’t recommend for play in public though because it’s rather embarrassing to do so. It’s also not something you’d really want to brag about having played either. If you can stomach the perverse nature of it, you’ll find a rather decent dungeon crawler beneath it all.
With that, I’ll conclude this review here. Thanks for taking the time to read the review folks I appreciate it. I’ll be back with a new one soon, happy gaming!
Shaun Meyers (Kyo Akiara) out!
- 70 Monster Girls to Recruit
- Can Be Addicting At Times
- Good Relationship Building Features
- Graphics Aren't the Best
- Not Very Challenging
- Voices During Combat Are A Bit Annoying
- Story Could Be A lot Better + Translation Errors