Nutaku Kicks Off Adult Gaming 'Golden Week' Promo Event

LOS ANGELES — Nutaku's "Golden Week Event" promotion kicks off today and runs through May 5 with a variety of deals and in-game bonus packages to elevate users' "lewd gaming experience."

Nutaku is touting up to a 93% discount on select premium titles, a rep explained, while certain fan-favorite in-game updates include "Project QT," wherein gamers may try to catch and evolve "Emma" during her Golden Week adventure; "Booty Farm," a lesbian event allowing players to assume the role of "tutorial girl Mindy"; and "Kamihime Project R," which includes a special Star Coin sale.

Three Starter Packs are available to users who have not previously purchased them:

  • $1: 400 Gold, 300% bonus
  • $5: 1,000 Gold, 100% bonus
  • $20: 4,500 Gold, 125% bonus

An additional four Special Packs are available as a one-time-only purchase:

  • $10: 1,100 Gold, 10% bonus
  • $30: 3,500 Gold, 17% bonus
  • $100: 12,000 Gold, 20% bonus
  • $300: 37,000 Gold, 23% bonus

One Unlimited Purchase for $500 brings 62,500 Gold and 25% bonus.

Find additional details here and follow Nutaku on Twitter.

"Golden Week Collection" merch, including T-shirts, mugs, posters and stickers, are available at the Nutaku online store.

In related news, Nutaku is also promoting the exclusive worldwide, English-language launch of its erotic fantasy-themed CCG "War of Venus."


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