Hero is a M-rated 3D retelling of the story of the Japanese underground eroge, Monster Girl Quest, being developed with permission from Torotoro Resistance. For the adult rated version, Monster Girl Quest 3D, please use the link in the Site Menu on the left to redirect you to the appropriate page.
The world in Hero is…different to ours. The world there is home to two races – humans, and monster girls. The monster girls prey on the humans, creating a divided society in which heroes kill the monster girls under the guidance of their goddess, Ilias. Our hero (the player) is a young boy named Luka, who seeks to become the greatest hero and kill the Monster Lord, who is supposedly ordering all these attacks on humans. Along the way he is accompanied by the strange monster girl Alice, who seems to be hiding more than she lets on. While Luka goes around looking for aid from four of the elemental spirits, he finds out that the Monster Lord is in fact his travelling companion, Alice. He further learns that she didn’t order any attacks, and in fact most of the monster girls grew accustomed to attacking humans because it became the norm that humans would kill them if they didn’t.
Luka starts to realize that humanity’s fanatical, religious worship of Ilias is a complete sham, since many of Ilias’ statements about monsters contradict each other, as if she had a deeper motive herself.
Now it is up to Luka and Alice to show the world how everyone can live together peacefully, in a world so divided by prejudice that nobody wants to listen.
With dozens of different races of monsters, a free roam 3D environment, stunning 3D graphics, and intense turn based battles linked with real time 3D gameplay, Hero will draw you in and keep your attention. Combine that with the ability to choose the path the game follows by making choices through the game, leading to multiple endings and story twists, and you can play the game over and over without getting bored.
The soundtrack is being comprised of music from the original MGQ games, as well as new music created by the same artists who created the tracks used in MGQ, and music from a few other sources, including Japan / UK techno duo, Intelligentsia.