The latest video from UltraHeroix features the return of Lady Ultra, the star of Ultradomination and Devla: Vampire Sorceress, this time facing off against a dreadful opponent appropriately named Dr. Mindkill. I enjoy UltraHeroix’s videos even though I don’t consider them quite on the same level as other producers in the genre who have been around longer. Mind Games attempts to work a number of specific fetish ideas into a plot involving a battle between the two aforementioned characters, and on that level I think it works pretty well, even though I don’t feel the video works as a thrilling superheroine adventure.
The story involves Lady Ultra attempting to apprehend Dr. Mindkill, who in the early scenes weakens the superheroine and tries to capture her, leading to a very brief fight scene in which she escapes and tries to flee down a flight of stairs. She falls unconscious, allowing the baddie to lift and carry her back to the previous room.
When Lady Ultra tries to escape again, Dr. Mindkill pulls out a strange glowing device that seems to weaken and mesmerize Lady Ultra. This is a recurring theme in the video as it happens several times. Just as Lady Ultra is about to make a move, Dr. Mindkill whips out his glowing device and hypnotizes her. There are also multiple shots of the heroine’s underwear at various times: when she’s crawling on the floor, when she’s laying unconscious, etc.
I have to say that I think Lady Ultra is a really attractive heroine, and I like her performance in the lead role. She really puts a lot of energy into her performance, especially towards the end. And she looks great! I hope to see more of her in future videos. As for the story, not a whole lot happens; the bad guy keeps rendering Lady Ultra weakened and unconscious and carries her from here to there, but since the video intentionally caters towards the specific fetishes mentioned above, there isn’t really a need for a convoluted plot.
On the other hand, I would personally have liked to see more variety and more action. (Easy for me to say from the comfort of my computer, I know.) The action is fairly repetitive in Mind Games, which should be okay with fans of hypno and the weakening of the heroine, but viewers looking for more action might be disappointed. I also don’t think the production values are up to the same level as some other companies, but the producers clearly put a lot of effort and energy into the production.
So, you can see I’m kind of torn on this one. What do you guys think about it?