Variable Geo

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Variable Geo, also known as V.G., is a Japanese 2D fighting game / eroge series developed and published by TGL under their Giga brand.wikipedia
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Variable Geo, also known as V.G., is a Japanese 2D fighting game / eroge series developed and published by TGL under their Giga brand.
Aside from their visual novels, they are known for creating the Variable Geo fighting game series for PC9800, which was later ported to TurboGrafx-CD, PC, Super Famicom, Sega Saturn and PlayStation.

Takahiro Kimura

Takahiro Kimura was responsible for designing the characters in V.G. and V.G. II.
Variable Geo (Character designs)

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Variable Geo, also known as V.G., is a Japanese 2D fighting game / eroge series developed and published by TGL under their Giga brand.
Variable Geo series

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Variable Geo, also known as V.G., is a Japanese 2D fighting game / eroge series developed and published by TGL under their Giga brand.

Fighting game

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Variable Geo, also known as V.G., is a Japanese 2D fighting game / eroge series developed and published by TGL under their Giga brand.

Eroge

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Variable Geo, also known as V.G., is a Japanese 2D fighting game / eroge series developed and published by TGL under their Giga brand.

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The game series focuses on an all-female martial arts competition where participants are required to promote various family restaurants by acting as waitresses when not fighting. The tournaments are sponsored by a number of family restaurants, who in exchange for their sponsorship, are given promotion in the form of having a tournament entry work as a waitress.

Martial arts

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Set in a near-future version of Japan, the games tell the story of a martial arts tournament created to determine the country's strongest woman.

Waiting staff

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The tournaments are sponsored by a number of family restaurants, who in exchange for their sponsorship, are given promotion in the form of having a tournament entry work as a waitress.

Patronage

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As a result of the popularity of the tournaments, the restaurants experience a boom in patronage.

Japanese yen

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The winner of the tournament is awarded the title "Virgin Goddess", as well as a large cash prize of ten billion yen, and a house erected anywhere on the planet they should choose.

Striptease

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However, when a given waitress is defeated, they are required to publicly strip themselves of their clothing (self-fondling and public masturbation may be forced upon the loser, and in the most extreme cases, the loser is raped/gang-raped, either in private or in front of an audience), in order to teach the so-called "true" shame of defeat.

Masturbation

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However, when a given waitress is defeated, they are required to publicly strip themselves of their clothing (self-fondling and public masturbation may be forced upon the loser, and in the most extreme cases, the loser is raped/gang-raped, either in private or in front of an audience), in order to teach the so-called "true" shame of defeat.

Hentai

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The first game in the series largely ignored a major storyline in favor of focusing more on the fighting system and hentai sequences.

Sega Saturn

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This game would later be re-released on the Sega Saturn and PlayStation with updated graphics and sound.

PlayStation (console)

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This game would later be re-released on the Sega Saturn and PlayStation with updated graphics and sound.

Canon (fiction)

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This game was later declared non-canon by TGL.

Super Nintendo Entertainment System

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*Super V.G. (Super Nintendo Entertainment System, TGL, July 21, 1995)

Personal computer

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*V.G. Custom (PC, Giga, February 19, 1999)

Chibi (slang)

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A game in which the V.G. waitresses are rendered as super deformed style characters akin to Pocket Fighter.

Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix

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A game in which the V.G. waitresses are rendered as super deformed style characters akin to Pocket Fighter.

Rock–paper–scissors

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Fights are executed in a rock-paper-scissors fashion.

Visual novel

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A visual novel game in which the player plays the part of a reporter working on a story about the V.G. competition.

Lesbian

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An update to V.G. Rebirth which includes nearly every other non-boss character (Ayako Yuuki is absent as she is a lesbian) as an option to pair with the player.

Karate

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Yuka Takeuchi is a practitioner of karate who resides in Tokyo. After her parents died when she was young, her grandfather took her in and trained her in the martial arts, including Karate and the manipulation of ki energy. She enters the VG tournaments simply for the purpose of furthering her training and testing herself against strong opponents. Her virtuous, outgoing personality wins her many friends among the other fighters, among whom are Chiho Masuda, Jun Kubota, and Satomi Yajima, the latter of whom she has been best friends with for years. Apart of the main series, Yuka also appears in V. G. Neo as "Misty" and in Giga's crossover game Otome Crisis.