Mystique Magazine

December 16th, 2010 - By admin

Scores

Content Quality

8/10

Content Amount

8/10

Exclusivity

10/10

Updates

2/10

Design

8/10

Overall

Awesome

Site Details

Videos:

775+ Videos

(Average Length 5 min. minutes)

Video Formats:

DivX (720x400), WMV (640x360)

HD Videos:

No

Watermarks:

Yes

(Small-Sized)

DRM Protection:

No

(No license restrictions)

Video Streaming:

Yes

Pictures:

914+ Picture Sets

(w/ 50 Pictures Per Set)

Zip Sets:

Yes

High Res Pics:

Yes

Download Limit:

No

Pricing

Monthly:

$29.95 for 30 Days

The Pros

  • 3000px photos offer great detail
  • Detailed profiles for each of the stunning models
  • All content is exclusive and original to Mystique

The Cons

  • Credits system presents an outdated business model
  • Archives don’t appear to have grown in a few years
  • No HD videos to accompany the high-res photos

Our ReviewVisit Mystique Magazine

Softcore erotic photography can all to often lead to unfulfilled viewers who were hoping for something a little more exciting than dozens of shots of a woman reclining on a chaise lounge, a semi-sheer robe draped over half of her otherwise naked body. If, however, that’s exactly what you’ve been jonesing for, Mystique Magazine certainly isn’t a bad place to head for your erotic satisfaction. Having been online since November of 2007, Mystique Magazine surely arouses a great deal of hope in its visitors. From the tour page promises of “free monthly collections”, 3000px photos, and some of the most enticing names in erotic adult modeling (Aria Giovanni, Erica Campbell, Kyla Cole, and Zdenka Podkapova are but a few) to the assurance that no credit card is needed to enjoy this artfully presented content, Mystique Magazine seems almost too good to be true.

Once you take a closer look and discover the payment system used by the site – a brief explanation: credits can be bought for 99c apiece and used to purchase photo and video collections, most of which cost between three and five credits each; there’s also a Mystique Photo Club that runs you $29.95 a month and offers automatic credit accumulation of 50 each month, although that amount increases the longer you remain a member – it becomes clear that Mystique Magazine could very easily get very expensive very quickly. Throwing down up to five dollars for forty photos and one video will certainly leave you in the poorhouse should you do it enough to warrant you continued patronage of this site. It’s clear that other sites hosting similar content provide a great deal more value and, even if you’re taken by the gorgeous photography and detailed high resolution images, you can likely find more satisfaction elsewhere. Mystique Magazines does, however, provide a valuable service to those who would prefer to pick and choose what erotic material they want to possess and are willing to hand over a pricey sum just to complete, for example, their Erica Campbell or Sunny Leone softcore collections. If that doesn’t apply to you, it’s probably best you keep moving and find another site to drop big bucks on.

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