There are two main ways to talk about games: seriously, and light-heartedly. I like to write about things light-heartedly for a few main reasons: One, I like to make people laugh. Two, I’ve generally found that light-hearted writing makes people attack me less. Three, it’s much more fun to write humour.
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Love Island is a British reality TV show in which several glistening, muscular men with sleeve tattoos and unaddressed anger issues are sent to a sunny island villa along with several glossy-haired, incredibly basic women who I’m pretty sure have their perma-bikinis sewn onto their skin, and are then expected to “couple up” in order to avoid being evicted.
Whenever someone starts talking about their guilty-favourite games on Twitter, they're usually thinking of something tame, like one of the weirder Metal Gears or that one Metroid that everyone thinks is bad.
But mine comes with a lot more guilt than most - an appropriately Catholic amount of guilt, in fact, because my guilty favourite is Dante's Inferno, a game based on the namesake epic poem that describes a journey into the depths of hell.
Kindness Coins is a dating sim, released on itch.io in 2013, that asks the question: What is it like to be on the receiving end of the protagonist's flirting in a dating game?
What do you do when your body is telling you to have sex -- but you'll die if you do? It's probably not a relationship problem that many people have dealt with, but it's the central conundrum in the game Don't Make Love.
The game attempts to remove the shame and fear that come with the process of getting tested by walking the player through a dialogue-based STI clinic scenario as someone who needs to have an STI check-up, for reasons you decide.
At first glance, Strive for Power seems unassuming enough. In this PC game, you have a mansion that's fallen into disrepair and you have a servant, some stockpiled food, and a bit of cash. With that, you're expected to survive. Then things get sexy.
Breeding Season, a sex game that billed itself as "Harvest Moon meets Hentai", was one of the biggest projects funded on Patreon: According to tracking website Pledge Society, the title was raking in a whopping $US42.3k ($55.3k) a month. But as of yesterday, development on Breeding Season has ceased completely.