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Elise the Devil is a RPG H-Game created through RPG Maker, developed by Dieselmine and published by Sakura Game. It had a Steam release on November 2, 2017.

The great Devil Iblis was on the verge of conquering the world, until the hero Chiot and his party conquered its lair and killed the monster... or so they thought. Following their grand battle and the hero's departure, Iblis immediately comes back in the form of a human woman. Eager to get her revenge, she soon finds out that she lost all of her energy regenerating, and that the monster underlings Chiot didn't personally kill no longer wish to serve her. Taking on the name "Elise" to better blend in with mortals, the Devil sets out on a quest to regain her power and get her revenge.

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This game makes use of the following tropes:

  • A-Cup Angst: One of the many reasons Elise is not happy with her human appearance.
  • Bleached Underpants: Although the text and audio are still absurdly explicit, most of the visuals were censored to fit the guidelines for a Steam release (and can be un-censored through the use of patches).
  • "Blind Idiot" Translation: In addition to multiple errors and inconsistencies (which seems to be a recurring trend of the publisher), there are instances where text is too long to fit on the screen with the default font.
  • Guide Dang It!: There is some naughty content that is accessed through obtuse ways not hinted at within the game itself, such as sleeping at a specific inn often enough.
  • Replay Mode: Having a save file that's seen an event with CGs in it will unlock that scene in two galleries; one that's just the images, and one that includes the dialogue and sound effects.
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  • Video Game Cruelty Potential: Elise starts with a "Self-Destruct" skill, the only purpose of which is to throw a battle and skip to the consequences.
  • Video Game Perversity Potential: There are multiple ways to see the H-Game content, from doing certain side quests, to losing against bosses, to simply progressing the main plot.
  • Villain Protagonist: Elise.

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