Valve Approves Uncensored Porn On Steam - "No patch needed" "Anus-Lickin good"

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Thought just occurred to me: Steam sends out notifications that your friends started playing a game by default, so now lot of people are going to be alerted to their friends getting ready to beat off. What a time to be alive I guess.
 

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Gaben is so complacent and slovenly with Steam that I am pretty sure his body fused to his house with his computers and knife collection and has hired help to take care of his eating and shitting needs.
 

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Gaben is so complacent and slovenly with Steam that I am pretty sure his body fused to his house with his computers and knife collection and has hired help to take care of his eating and shitting needs.
All he cares about is getting more money from Steam so he can have the entire snackbar. What better way to get money than selling adult video games, all without pissing off some parts (because some may no doubt take offense to things like anime titty and the like) of the Steam userbase without it being like Greenlight.
 

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to me it feels like Valve are just jumping the gun with this. there's already a massive influx of shit "devs" putting up garbage asset flips and shit just for ez money, what with achievement spams and other shit on the store. if they had tried implementing some decent quality control for once to eliminate scammy low-effort devs then sure it would be interesting, but atm i don't see this as being a complete positive like others would since it would just bring more "Hentai puzzle #532312" trash except with actual tits.
 

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to me it feels like Valve are just jumping the gun with this. there's already a massive influx of shit "devs" putting up garbage asset flips and shit just for ez money, what with achievement spams and other shit on the store. if they had tried implementing some decent quality control for once to eliminate scammy low-effort devs then sure it would be interesting, but atm i don't see this as being a complete positive like others would since it would just bring more "Hentai puzzle #532312" trash except with actual tits.
One can already expect titty shovelware to come in. It won't really do much other than just give shit "devs" another way to make more money while Gaben gets his cut. More shovelware shit for the Steam store.
 
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tbh I think Valve should just have a dedicated client for adult games and keep them separate from Steam, call it "Steam After Dark" or something. As fun as this is, it's prolly not going to go over well for Steam in the long run. Either way, :popcorn:
 

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I eagerly await the "Steam is hosting loli" shitstorm.

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The amount of autism and sperging unleashed will be greater than anything you have ever seen.
 

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Of course it’s animu tiddy. How can it be anything but that?
 

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The amount of autism and sperging unleashed will be greater than anything you have ever seen.
One definitely can't wait for the weebs to bitch about Gaben not letting them have their loli porn games since that crosses a really blurred line of pedophilia. Anon should just admit to being a pedo over drawings of cartoon children.
 

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tbh I think Valve should just have a dedicated client for adult games and keep them separate from Steam, call it "Steam After Dark" or something. As fun as this is, it's prolly not going to go over well for Steam in the long run. Either way, :popcorn:

Steam-After-Dark. SAD, then. Subliminally trying to Orwell people into not playing porn games, I see! Very smart. Honestly, with all the deviant erotic RP that goes on in Steam already, this feels like a very natural development. It was already 60% degenerate weebs, might as well give them their dickgirls and lolis. If Hatred taught us anything, is that mediocre games can REALLY benefit from some controversy, and Steam seems to always win.
 

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to me it feels like Valve are just jumping the gun with this. there's already a massive influx of shit "devs" putting up garbage asset flips and shit just for ez money, what with achievement spams and other shit on the store. if they had tried implementing some decent quality control for once to eliminate scammy low-effort devs then sure it would be interesting, but atm i don't see this as being a complete positive like others would since it would just bring more "Hentai puzzle #532312" trash except with actual tits.

There might be chaos for a while, but the market will ultimate sort out quality from shit. Developers uploading asset flips and cheap garbage will learn quick with Steam's return policy in place. They will find out that if you want to cash in, you've got to put in effort to make money. And if they develop a reputation for uploading bad product then people won't buy from them.

Then we will have more Meltys Quest and less HuniePop Ripoff # 97.
 

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Sorry for double-post. Morality in Media is at it again, forgetting about the last time they got curb stomped going after Steam.

Christian Group Goes On Attack Against Steam's New Adult Filters, Sexy Visual Novels

The National Center On Sexual Exploitation has had Valve in their sights since last year when the organization came across House Party . The organization led a campaign against the game until Valve had the game briefly pulled from the Steam store until the developer censored the game. Valve began cracking down on games throughout the later half of 2017, preventing developers from talking about, discussing, or directing users to uncensored patches for games. Throughout 2018 Valve had a change of heart and decided to implement adult filters instead, allowing gamers to purchase adults-only games if they modify the filter settings in their profile. This didn’t go down too well with NCOSE.

According to the Christian Post, NCOSE expressed discontent with Valve’s decision to utilize adult filters, calling it “unacceptable. Dawn Hawkins, the executive director of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, stated…

“Steam is willfully contributing to the cultural objectification of women with this game. It normalizes the idea that men have the right to control and abuse women according to their will, something that ought to be socially unacceptable particularly in this #MeToo era,”

According to a report from Dr. Christopher J. Ferguson from 2009 about aggression and violent behavior, they haven’t been able to find any links that suggest pornography leads toward sexual assault, rape or objectification in the way that NCOSE infers.

The organization originally caught wind of the news about Negligee: Love Storiesfinally launching in its uncensored state on Steam, which features a wide array of sexual encounters between males and females and two females.



The Christian Post notes that Hawkins further explained why the decision to allow adult games on Steam is bad, with Hawkins saying…

“Steam’s lack of effective content filtering results in easy access to extremely graphic content by 35 million minors who regularly use Steam. These types of games also train undeveloped minds to normalize sexual objectification and use of women,” […]



“We are calling on Steam to reconsider the types of content they allow on their platform to protect users from degrading and harmful content,”

Actually this is incorrect.

With Steam’s new adult filters anyone who isn’t logged in cannot access games with Adults Only content.

Valve made it where there are three filter settings, including one for general mature content that requires you to put in your age to access the page, another option that filters out violence and gore, and a third filter for games with strong sexual content that could be classified as Adults Only. Games that fit into the third category aren’t even accessible unless you’re logged in, as depicted in the image below.

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Not only that, but the filters are on by default, so the games containing content that would classify them as Adults Only are excluded from search results or from appearing on the store page. In order to access those games you have to change the user settings so you can actually see those games.

In this case, by default most people will never know that a game like Negligee: Love Stories or other adult-oriented visual novels and dating sims even exist.

Nevertheless, NCOSE is hoping to finally nab Steam and add it to the list of other major platforms that have also restricted adult content. The organization has been trying to get porn banned for years. NCOSE is led by Patrick A. Trueman, who originally tried to ride the Mitt Romney ticket to getting porn banned back in 2012, as noted by The Daily Caller.


When Romney failed to grab the Presidency the organization changed its name from Morality In Media to National Center On Sexual Exploitation. They also began adopting the rhetoric and tactics of the Left to capitalize on media attention and social media clout, which actually worked. They did manage to get enough media organizations to pay attention to them to finally get Valve to bend the knee and briefly ban House Party until the developers censored the game.

However, with the new filters in place there’s no longer anyway for non-Steam users to see games with content that classify as Adults Only, and with the filters on by default, the search results and store page will no longer show these games unless you purposefully disable the filters, meaning that the only way to encounter “offensive” content on Steam is to go looking for it… purposefully.
 

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There might be chaos for a while, but the market will ultimate sort out quality from shit. Developers uploading asset flips and cheap garbage will learn quick with Steam's return policy in place. They will find out that if you want to cash in, you've got to put in effort to make money. And if they develop a reputation for uploading bad product then people won't buy from them.

Then we will have more Meltys Quest and less HuniePop Ripoff # 97.
that hasn't really happened enough atm for me to be optimistic about it. there's still constant shit being made and sold on steam but the only difference is that instead of having up to 5000 achievements to spam they have up to 100. knowing some parts of steam's userbase as well there's too many posers in the achievement hunting community to rely on games like those to artificially bring up their stat count.

granted, it still hasn't been that long since they've added restrictions like the game not inflating any stats like owned games count and achievement showcases, but unless valve tries being a bit more active, even when most of them have been pruned there will still be a few successful outliers with enough user support to get past those restrictions. just look at the Zup series for example.
 
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