News: An erotic indie game entitled Seduce Me won’t be seducing anyone on Steam since it’s been taken down after being submitted via Steam Greenlight.
Gore and violence are standard in videogames. We have no problem shooting people with assault rifles, slashing monsters with swords, and bloodily cutting hordes of reptilian humanoids with chainsaw guns. But when it comes to sexual-oriented content, it’s a pretty big no-no in videogames, and with that in mind, an erotic indie game called Seduce Me has been removed from Steam.
“We submitted the game on Thursday, when Steam Greenlight launched, but they took it down almost straight away,” said Miriam Bellard, co-founder of Amsertdam-based indie studio No Reply Games. “Many people still view games as ‘for children’ in spite of the fact that the average gamer is 30 years old. The gaming establishment is fine with violence and gore but is uncomfortable with sexual themes.”
According to the game’s official website, Seduce Me is an “erotic game with light strategy game-play” that includes card-based mini-games where you can “chat” and “flirt” with women. Winning these mini-games and getting high scores unlocks “erotic cut scenes,” and in one of the game’s censored screenshots (pictured below), a naked man and woman can be seen having intercourse.
Some of the other images that are also shown below include a bikini-clad female with her legs spread apart, a woman holding the jaw of a another woman whose on her knees in a maid-looking outfit with underwear exposed, and a lady in boots holding a riding whip whose dominantly standing over a crouched naked man.
It should be noted that the game features hand-painted women, and despite being rejected on Steam, Seduce Me will be out in November via the game’s official website.
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