You already met Kisaragi, Alice, and Tomoe (if you didn’t click on the link to catch up). Now meet the four other sinners you have to rehabilitate in Criminal Girls.
Ran is tomboyish lass with a penchant for violence. She likes to punch boys, especially the protagonist. Ran’s sin is wrath.
Shin is a gifted girl with an IQ of over 220. Because of this she tends to look down on others and people hate her overly rational attitude. Shin’s sin is pride.
Sako is the older of the twins. She has a short fuse even with her younger twin, Yuko. Sako’s sin is indulgence.
Yuko is a quiet girl who appears to be fragile. She’s Sako’s younger twin and tends to depend on her older sister for everything. Yuko’s sin is sloth.
Battles in Criminal Girls are different from other RPGs, primarily because your party doesn’t always listen. At the beginning of every turn, the girls will suggest commands. They might heal, fight or team up for a two sinner kizuna attack. Or they could do nothing. This is where the punishment system comes in. If you can get the girls to shape up they’ll become better fighters. In a twisted way, spanking, that’s one of the punishments in Criminal Girls, levels up your team.
Criminal Girls massages its way to PSP on November 18.