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Desire

Published by
Developed by
Released
Platforms
MobyRank MobyScore
SEGA Saturn
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2.7
PlayStation 2
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3.2
FM Towns
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Description

A research institute is located on a remote island. Apparently the researches being conducted there have some sort of an unofficial link with the military, so journalist Albert Macdgul is sent to investigate and see what he can find out. At the same time Tina, a young girl, is washed ashore on the island with no recollection of what has happened to her or who she is. Meanwhile, the technical manager Makoto Izumi seems to think that something weird is going on with the researches being conducted.

Desire is a Japanese-style adventure game. The game is played via a standard text interface where the player selects commands from a menu, interacting with other characters and places. The game consists of four chapters which make up the same storyline, but viewed by different characters. In each chapter the player will see the events and situations from different angles and uncover layers of the main plotline.

The computer versions of the game have scenes with explicit nudity and sexual situations, which are not present in the console releases.

Screenshots

Desire PC-98 Dramatic cut scene
Desire Windows An animated cut scene. Albert finds the unconscious Tina on the beach
Desire Windows Meeting the brute Kyle in the lounge
Desire Windows Albert's room. Sometimes you can think about various things

Alternate Titles

  • "デザイア" -- Japanese spelling

Part of the Following Group

User Reviews

Some people dig both Asimov and weird fetishes Windows Oleg Roschin (164863)

The Press Says

Animetric Windows Feb 13, 2002 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70

Forums

Topic # Posts Last Post
walkthrough 1 Jack Ren
Jul 25, 2009

Trivia

Version differences

The difference between PC and Saturn version is the absence of explicit sex scenes in the latter. There are still situations where the characters are supposed to make love, but nothing explicit is shown.
Contributed to by Zovni (9384), Oleg Roschin (164863) and MAT (66286)