Nutaku, one of the world’s foremost publishers of adult-oriented video games, has announced the release of the Action RPG Foxynite DL according to a press release.

Foxynite DL has players commanding one of three characters as they combat a threat of… well, steampunk zombie robots. No, really. You can command your character from either an over-the-shoulder or isometric cameras as you use high-flying anime-esque combat reminiscent of classic titles like Devil May Cry and Bayonetta. Each of the characters has a standard attack along with a number of special moves that they can execute to rip the baddies to absolute shreds, all in glorious, anime-style 3D.

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The combat in Foxynite DL is surprisingly engaging. While the game has its rough edges here and there, it gives off the feel of a polished product.

Nutaku doesn’t shy away from adult themes, and this particular title is certainly jam-packed with sexiness. The outfits in this game can make a TERA veteran blush, and there are some delightful adult scenes further into the game if that’s your kind of thing. That aside, the combat is genuinely engaging and fun for a title that was seemingly originally designed for mobile. It works just fine with a mouse and keyboard. You can choose to actively take control of your character, have them auto-run through the levels, or use a hybrid system where you keep moving automatically and choose when to make use of your abilities.

Unlike some free Nutaku titles, Foxynite DL is a desktop app that you have to download. It takes a bit for the installer to download everything you need; it took me around 8 minutes to pull down all the files on a cable connection. After that, you can get into the action pretty quickly with minimal hassle.

Being a free-to-play title (and a game originally from South Korea, no less), you can expect all of the usual trappings like randomized items, loot boxes, and the like. If Foxynite DL seems like the kind of thing you’d like to check out for yourself, you can download it for free at Nutaku.

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What do you think of Foxynite DL? Do you make use of automatic combat in games that offer the option or do you prefer to keep control of your character? Let us know in the comments below!


Robert N. Adams

Senior Writer

I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!