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

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it's already happening. bottom one's even got a scat pic as one of the screenshots on the store page.

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fuck's sake.

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Most, if not all, of this incoming porn library will be homegrown weeb smut. As a fraction of that swampy genre is girls with magic retractable dicks, you can expect to see monster cock futas along with the other usual fetishes. For better or worse, the gates are open.
 

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I'm surprised to see Japan on there. The rest are the usual pussies.
iirc japan's already had the legal requirement to censor porn if it's made to be sold. it only makes sense in that case that they'd follow up with that if it's an uncensored game on steam.
 
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iirc japan's already had the legal requirement to censor porn if it's made to be sold. it only makes sense in that case that they'd follow up with that if it's an uncensored game on steam.
Also:
In the early nineties the atmosphere in Japan became more and more hostile towards bishōjo games. In 1989 serial killer Tsutomu Miyazaki was arrested and was revealed to be a consumer of lolicon manga, causing widespread opposition to pornographic manga, otaku and anything similar. In November 1991 there was an incident where a middle-schooler shoplifted an adult bishōjo game Saori: the House of Beautiful Girls, resulting in increased police scrutiny for makers and retailers. Several prefectures began classifying games as obscene and pulling them off the shelves.

Faced with the threat of being forcibly censored out of existence by the government, in 1992 the bishōjo game industry formed the Computer Software Rinri Kikō (meaning "Ethics Organization for Computer Software", and often abbreviated EOCS or Sofu-rin), setting industry guidelines for acceptable content and packaging. This organization tamed down the most objectionable content in the "wild west" of the 1980s. Thus free from controversy and fueled by continuing improvement in technology, in the 1990s the bishōjo game industry underwent a decade-long boom.
 

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I'm honestly not going be shocked nor surprised if Valve draws some limits on just what they will allow, even with the new adult games accepted stance.

Based on what I can tell so far, they likely won't be accepting pure nukige (games where sex is the whole and only point), nor anything with REALLY extreme shit (scat, guro, and so on). It also seems, based what they have signed off on, the game must have enough of a draw to it sex is not the only reason it's worth giving a damn about.

For example:

Melty's Quest is an RPG game with all the mechanics and functions of one.

Huniepop is a Match 3 game and the porn is not the only reason one can play it for.

Negligee Love Stories does have a fairly involved plot with visual novel elements that do involve player interaction, it's not just a kinetic novel sex fest.


Frankly, if those are the lines in the sand Steam is stopping at, fine by me, I'd like to not have Steam be flooded with shit that currently floods the more depraved parts of the internet.
 
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I'm honestly not going be shocked nor surprised if Valve draws some limits on just what they will allow, even with the new adult games accepted stance.

Based on what I can tell so far, they likely won't be accepting pure nukige (games where sex is the whole and only point), nor anything with REALLY extreme shit (scat, guro, and so on). It also seems, based what they have signed off on, the game must have enough of a draw to it sex is not the only reason it's worth giving a damn about.

For example:

Melty's Quest is an RPG game with all the mechanics and functions of one.

Huniepop is a Match 3 game and the porn is not the only reason one can play it for.

Negligee Love Stories does have a fairly involved plot with visual novel elements that do involve player interaction, it's not just a kinetic novel sex fest.


Frankly, if those are the lines in the sand Steam is stopping at, fine by me, I'd like to not have Steam be flooded with shit that currently floods the more depraved parts of the internet.

Dunno why people give a shit about the flood. Its pretty easy to ignore shitty games and extremely easy to not buy them.

People not caring gives people like Jim Sterling less a justification for his argument that Valve flood Steam with colored hair employees to censor everything.
 

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Dunno why people give a shit about the flood. Its pretty easy to ignore shitty games and extremely easy to not buy them.

People not caring gives people like Jim Sterling less a justification for his argument that Valve flood Steam with colored hair employees to censor everything.
except valve are known for having major sales at least twice a year on steam, and a lot of the garbage "games" can end up making it to the storefront under things like New Releases. spam has already dominated the store for quite a while, and come next sale there may likely be an even larger influx of fake games released to finesse people out of their money during sales. if enough people complain, it's likely that reception will be even more negative than it is right now.

also considering the argument of new up-and-coming REAL devs that are starting very small, if you were to try looking for a game among the New Releases which may be higher-quality you'd have to go swim in a sea of shit just to find one pearl. you can ignore one title, sure, but good luck still being arsed to look through an entire pile of them.

basically, valve have sales to organise, and they probably wouldn't want their storefront to be smeared with poo during those.
 

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except valve are known for having major sales at least twice a year on steam, and a lot of the garbage "games" can end up making it to the storefront under things like New Releases. spam has already dominated the store for quite a while, and come next sale there may likely be an even larger influx of fake games released to finesse people out of their money during sales. if enough people complain, it's likely that reception will be even more negative than it is right now.

also considering the argument of new up-and-coming REAL devs that are starting very small, if you were to try looking for a game among the New Releases which may be higher-quality you'd have to go swim in a sea of shit just to find one pearl. you can ignore one title, sure, but good luck still being arsed to look through an entire pile of them.

basically, valve have sales to organise, and they probably wouldn't want their storefront to be smeared with poo during those.

But who is decide what is not poopoo? Valve I guess but that would just end in them entirely favoring AAA developers. People like Jim sperg about how Indies need what amounts to a subsidy in regards to storefront attention.

The adult games are their own section but simply having a major releases section for the AAA's and a "Hot" section for stuff proven by reviews to be seen as good might resolve that issue.
 

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But who is decide what is not poopoo? Valve I guess but that would just end in them entirely favoring AAA developers. People like Jim sperg about how Indies need what amounts to a subsidy in regards to storefront attention.

The adult games are their own section but simply having a major releases section for the AAA's and a "Hot" section for stuff proven by reviews to be seen as good might resolve that issue.
i wouldn't put much trust in things like Steam reviews proving a game is good, considering that even Greenlight (even though it was miles better than the current Steam Direct) still suffered from things like developers manipulating public interest by giving away free keys to people who voted Yes on their game submissions. even now there's still suspicion of reviews for some games being made only because the dev or some other group could be bribing them with various incentives for doing so.

even without that there's also the fact that most Steam users just don't care enough and will either only rate it up for the gimmicky shit like achievement spam or just to try and be funny. which is probably the reason why valve added a Funny rating to reviews in the first place, but that still doesn't work to prevent the reviews on the game's store page saying "Very Positive" when the majority of them are trying to be dumb.