PS Vita’s Controversial Monster Monpiece Dated, Detailed for Steam

Do you want to be the very best master of monster girls? Soon you can, when Monster Monpiece comes to Steam this Fall 2016. Originally available on PS Vita, this card-battle game with light RPG elements offers layers of strategy in a world where grid-based battles are fought with a variety of cards that come to life. The PC version will not include multiplayer support, however it will feature upscaled graphics for a native 1080p experience, as well as the full set of cards and artwork that were available for the game’s original Japanese release.

The game was the center of controversy when it was revealed that Idea Factory had censored some of the game’s infamous Monster Girl cards, where players had to rub the screen of the PS Vita to expose more of their bodies, which will seemingly be restored in the Steam version.

This is the second PS Vita exclusive this week that has made the jump to Steam, following Ray Gigant.

Read our PS Vita review of the game here and check out the full features below:

– Moe and Monsters in 1080p Experience the world of Yafaniel like never before seen in upscaled 1080p graphics!
– More Moe More Battles Play fast-paced card battles where more than 100 monster girl cards can be summoned, each class coming to life as a 3D chibi model on a battle grid!
– Master the Moe Each card you play can mean victory or defeat – with Skills, Potentials, Fusions, and Aura Bonuses, you have layers of strategy to use in each battle.
– Gotta Rub ‘Em All Level up your cards with the frenetic First ❤ Crush Rub system, wherein your magical prowess can be rubbed into each of the Monster Girls to increase their strength and obtain new artwork for each!