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The story of Advanced V.G. follows a similar template as those of the previous Variable Geo games: the strongest young women in the country hold a tournament, which is sponsored by various restaurant chains, which in turn ask the competing girls to pose as waitresses working in said restaurants, for promotional purposes. The girls of the Jahana group who starred in the previous games return, with the new main protagonist being the young martial artist Yuka Takeuchi, who has been training in a secluded forest area before joining the competition.

Like its predecessors, Advanced V.G. is a fighting game, with the basic "kick" and "punch" moves, while the various special attacks are executed by pressing combinations of buttons. There are three modes in the game, "Normal", "Vs.", and "Story". The normal mode is basically training matches between the player character and an AI-controlled girl. Vs. mode allows two-player mode, as well as demo "computer vs. computer" gameplay, with the possibility to choose any of the stages. Any of the nine heroines is available as a playable character in these modes (Yuka Takeuchi, Chiho Masuda, Jun Kubota, Manami Kusunoki. Kaori Yanase, Reimi Jahana, Satomi Yajima, Ayako Yūki, and Erina Goldsmith). The story mode, on the other hand, allows the player to control Yuka Takeuchi only, and follow her story. Cut scenes advance the story between matches.

The SNES received a stripped-down version, Super V.G., without the Story Mode and all explicit hentai elements. Hybrids (pair of bosses in Advanced V.G.) were also removed.


Advanced V.G. SEGA Saturn ...the equally obligatory "intellectual woman"...
Advanced V.G. SEGA Saturn Vs mode. Selecting the players
Advanced V.G. SEGA Saturn Funny loading screen
Advanced V.G. SEGA Saturn Title screen

Alternate Titles

  • "Super V.G." -- SNES title
  • "アドヴァンスト ヴァリアブル・ジオ" -- Japanese spelling

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Cor 13 (174144) added Advanced V.G. (SEGA Saturn) on Dec 15, 2010
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