Nutaku Releases Full Service, A New Gay Visual Novel

Are You Being Served?

Nutaku has announced a brand new game to add to their growing LGBT library. Full Service is a new visual novel from Herculion games with art by Mazjojo, that puts you in the shoes of Tomoki Nakamoto, a workaholic looking for a change in his life. After a trip to Full Service Spa, Tomoki gets more change than he was probably expecting. He'll vie for the attention of the 4 main bachelors, each with their own ending and special H-scenes.

There's plenty of uncensored artwork to unlock, including some bonus H-scenes of some of the side characters that you'll meet along the way. All-in-all there are over 200 CG's to unlock across the whole game, all with fantastic artwork produced by Mazjojo. Full Service features a full cast of diverse characters, visual novel plot progression, and a slew of other minigames to win the heart of the bachelor that you're trying to get your hands on. Also with a setting like 'the city of Morningwood' (ha!), there's probably going to be puns. 

Full Service - Game CG01
You're going to have your work cut out for you picking from these 4. 

According to Nutaku themselves, Full Service is one of the biggest gay games in the world, and it's not hard to see what they mean. There's a lot of content included in the game, and in many ways, the LGBT+ aspect of the adult games industry doesn't get as much exposure as it should. Hopefully, this title can shine a light on both the genre and the developers. 

The development team behind the game has this to say about Full Service coming to Nutaku: 

“Through a rich storyline, diverse characters, and beautiful soundtrack, our kinky massage-themed visual novel offers players an engaging adult adventure. We’re excited to bring Full Service to Nutaku and share our erotic experience with the community. ” 

You can check out Full Service's page over at Nutaku where it is available right now for $39.99 or 3999 Nutaku coins. 


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