Killer is Dead Japanese first-run bonuses detailed

Betty, Episode 51, and Super Mondo Eye glasses.

Following leaks in this week’s Famitsu, Kadokawa Games and Grasshopper Manufacture have confirmed an August 1 release for Killer is Dead in Japan.

But we knew that already. So more importantly, the company detailed Japanese first-run bonuses.


Includes the Gigolo Mission “Bloodsucking Temptress,” centered around the fourth Mondo Girl Betty, voiced by Yu Asakawa, who is also known as “The Lifeforcer.” She appears young, but is actually a 256-year-old vampire whose favorite dish is the blood of a strong man. With her voluptuous appearance, she cannot help but attract men.

Episode 51: The Man Who Stole the Blood

Another Gigolo Mission featuring the bloodsucking Mondo Girl Betty, identical in length to one of the game’s large volume episodes, where a mysterious gentlemen giving off an air of danger appears. It’s set in an old castle surrounded by fog.

Super Mondo Eye

A pair of black Gigolo Glasses that lets Mondo see through the clothes and to the heart of his Mondo Girls. Different from the “Cat’s Eye” glasses, which you’ll obtain through the sexy nurse Scarlett, the Super Mondo Eye glasses cannot be broken by displeased women. In short, you’ll be able to see through to one’s body and heart as much as you’d like.

View screenshots of the first-run bonuses at the gallery.

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