Moe Moe Niji Taisen Milks Fans With Multiplatform Release

By Spencer . October 7, 2009 . 7:41am

image You may have heard of Moe Moe Niji Taisen’s bizarre blend of World War II tactics with tiger girls dressed in bikinis as units. The PC to PSP port was so successful SystemSoft Alpha is making the sequel for three platforms.


Moe Moe Niji Taisen (Hoba) 2 (pronounced chu to be cute) is coming to the PSP, PlayStation 2, and Nintendo DS in December.


What’s unusual about Moe Moe Niji Taisen 2 (other than girls personifying planes) is each version contains different scenarios. Only the PS2 version has the European Eastern War Front – Germany Chapter. The DS and PSP editions include the Pacific War Front – Japanese Navy Chapter. Want to play the European Eastern War Front – Soviet Chapter? Better buy the PSP version.


7,140 yen for the PS2 game, 6,090 for the PSP version, and 6,090 for the DS version brings us to a grand total of 19,320 yen ($217), not counting the premium editions. Get those instead and the grand total is 23,520 yen ($264).


Here’s how Moe Moe Niji Taisen 2 looks on each platform.





PlayStation 2



Nintendo DS

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