Little Reislin Debuts in Nutaku's Adults-Only RPG 'Project QT'

Little Reislin Debuts in Nutaku's Adults-Only RPG 'Project QT'

LOS ANGELES — Pornhub notable Little Reislin has made her formal debut as a playable hentai character in the free RPG "Project QT" from Nutaku.

Little Reislin is one of three previously announced Pornhub stars to be integrated into three of Nutaku's popular adult games: Sola Zola recently made her debut in "Fap CEO," while Eva Elfie will join the world of "Booty Calls."

The move follows the integration of Pornhub brand ambassador Asa Akira into "Booty Calls" last year.

"Set in a distant future, a mysterious virus stands between humanity and total destruction. On the verge of total chaos, you, as a player, recruit a team of the sexiest college students to chase away the virus," a Nutaku rep explained. "Little Reislin arrives as a foreign exchange student, ready to join your team of sexy hotties. You will be able to acquire Little Reislin’s character as a gacha, unlocking her own unique skills and abilities and steamy H-scenes, making your path to victory a sensual experience, for sure."

Play "Project QT" online here and follow Nutaku on Twitter.


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