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14 Virtual Games That Are Just Way Too Shocking To Play

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14 Virtual Games That Are Just Way Too Shocking To Play

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Online gaming has come a long way, from simple action role formats to full on role playing today. There is just about a game for anything. As with everything in life, some game creators have tested the limits and now their games are banned from popular gaming sites such as Twitch.

What could possibly be the reason? Some are banned due to violence, but mostly because of nudity or sexual violence. I believe there’s a time and place; however, I get that not all games should be made readily available across all age groups. Some game creators apparently disagree.

Just missing the top 14 is Dramatical Murder, a game high on gay adult entertainment. HuniePop advertises itself as a colorful Candy Crush type game, but with women who want you to have sex with them. Witch Trainer may have something to do with having sex with a character from Harry Potter (just screams lawsuit!). Finally, there’s Suck My D— or Die!, which really doesn’t need a reason other than the title to be banned.

We’ve got trivia, hardcore sexuality, and of course, Japanese games. Come with us now and take a look at 14 games deemed “too sexy” for general audiences.

14. BMX XXX

via whyzat.com

via whyzat.com

So I guess the XXX is the giveaway here, right? The company Acclaim wanted to add an edge to their BMX game by including naked girls and off-color jokes to their game. The game is actually similar to other BMX games except that the girls are either naked or wearing thongs that creep up their behinds. Dave Mirra, a pro BMX guy, actually sued Acclaim because he had been partners in some of their other games. I guess he’s from the school of thought that BMX and thongs don’t mix. Again, time and place for everything, but I tend to agree that this is a case of a company just trying too hard.

13. The Sakura Series

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via imgur.com

The Sakura set of games includes Sakura Angels, Sakura Santa, Sakura Fantasy and others. There’s even one named Sakura Swim Club, because of course there is. The games are essentially erotic novels that star naked women and lots of different types of intercourse. Also, I haven’t played Sakura Swim Club, but I’m going to assume there is a Showgirls-type pool scene as well as some intimate diving board play. No, I did not write these scenes. Yes, I’m available to write these scenes.

12. Kamidori Alchemy Meister

via warosu.org

via warosu.org

The Japanese love their erotica and like the idea of making games from erotic novels that sort of play like chapters in a book. With Kamidori Alchemy Meister, as you play (and do well) you unlock stages where you get to participate in sex scenes. Remember when someone would ask what you did last night and you’d say I got to a certain level in Super Mario Brothers? Now someone asks you that question (and this is your game) your response is “made it to threesome last night.” Regardless, expect lots of sex, nudity and realistic screams of ecstasy should you dial into this game.

11. Second Life

via wikipedia.com

via wikipedia.com

The initial concept (or at least one we were sold on) was a game that would allow escaping the boredom of your current life, correct mistakes you’ve made or try something new. Apparently everyone decided they wanted to try kinky sex. Hence, all of this sexuality is why streaming services have removed Second Life from their catalogs. It would be interesting to know how long it takes the average player before they head straight to dropping their pants. Hopefully it’s more than five minutes (for the love of humanity please let it be greater than five minutes). Sometimes sex really does ruin everything.

10. Battle Raper

via mobygames.com

via mobygames.com

So let’s start with the name. Was there any discussion on maybe changing the name? Battle Raper is actually a fighting game created by the company Illusion. The characters in the game fight (or battle), wrestle and then there’s molesting, or sexual assault. This game is pretty much fighting and having sex with a lot of fishnets. The maker of this game was a big fan of fishnets. It’s probably not a good thing when someone can tell you are REALLY into fishnets. Astonishingly they made a sequel and even called it Battle Raper 2 because I guess, if it isn’t broke…

9. Cobra Club

via motherboard.vice.com

via motherboard.vice.com

Any celebrity busted sending d— pics should have just said they were playing Cobra Club. I’m not sure the meaning or history behind the name, but it does make me chuckle. The game is about taking pictures and then sending d— pics to anyone – maybe a friend, maybe not. There is also something called “an erection slider,” so, obviously this is a serious game. This game also brings back the thought of the Sylvester Stallone movie Cobra, a very humorous movie with no tie-in to this game other than unintentional comedy and the name, Cobra. Regardless, Anthony Weiner could have just responded with “Can’t a guy kick back and enjoy a game of Cobra Club?” and his d— pic scandal would have melted away…

8. Criminal Girls

via ign.com

via ign.com

The game Criminal Girls is about little girls, anime girls that you guide though dungeons. Once you get to the other side you begin spanking them. The spanking is the motivation for the girls that keeps the temptation out of their minds. This is a creepy game (from Japan, of course) that has been banned from most of North America and that includes the blurry version with no sound. There’s a big debate over whether these games should be created or circulated due to connections with pedophilia and worse. Safe to say, for most this is not their cup of tea.

7. HunieCam Studio

via steamcommunity.com

via steamcommunity.com

Don’t shoot me, but this one sounds pretty damn entertaining. As the player you operate a cam girl whose job is to create a following of sleazy fans that want her to do “sex” things, fetishes encouraged. Features include sending your girl to a strip club to “increase their talent,” purchase sex toys and other items that will assist in gaining fans and stardom, catch STDs (up to six including syphilis and gonorrhea), and gain penis trophies as your popularity increases. Obviously, we’re not talking RBI Baseball or Grand Theft Auto here, but it’s not an entirely sounding bad game now, is it?

6. Purin To Ohuro

via coub.com

via coub.com

This game is for the damaged and disturbed. This game is for pedophiles and people that need help. I’m a pretty big free rights guy, but I vote for banning this one. Purin To Ohuro is a game with a young girl in the bathtub. What is she doing there? She is there for you to molest her. You can also hit her and knock her out. What else is there to say about this one? Apparently, this game is from Japan, but I’m holding hope the F.B.I. actually put this out there to round up the type of people that feel they need to play this game.

5. Rinse and Repeat

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via lockerdome.com

The game Rinse and Repeat is just dudes showering with other dudes. (Rinse and repeat, get it!) The main player sponges and scrubs down other naked men that are taking showers. Apparently (I have not test drove this game) the penises are blurred out; however, the rest of the nudity is crystal clear. This game was created by Robert Yang and must have been one of those “I want to just create a game of guys showering and I want the title to be simple.” I say a job well done, Mr. Yang…

4. The Guy Game

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via caratulas.com

Sort of silly, really… The Guy Game is a trivia game for adults. Okay, so maybe just for males. The reward or “prize” for getting the answers correct is video of women taking off their shirts. The Guy Game is Girls Gone Wild disguised as a trivia game. A good cover-up to say the least: “Honey, are you watching adult videos again?” “No, just playing trivia… hey, what’s the capital of Wyoming?” Unfortunately there is no happy ending here. Take-Two Interactive, the creator of the game, was sued by a woman who claims she was only 17 when recorded taking off her top.

3. What’s Under Your Blanket?

via kataku.com

via kotaku.com

Apparently, this is not a very good game, but that should not be a surprise once you realize this is a game where the goal is to masturbate without anyone seeing you, or getting caught. Expect dinner parties, sporting events, and other settings where it would be difficult or awkward. Personally, I would think Starbucks would be the most difficult of all places. Some might suggest Dunkin Donuts, but they often have dark corners, plus I don’t want to get into that whole Starbucks vs. Dunkin Donuts debate.

2. Artificial Girl Series

via gamerant.com

via gamerant.com

Created by the Japanese, Artificial Girl has three releases (Artificial Girl 1, 2 and 3) in their series. This is a simulation game where the goal is to have sex, or date a virtual girl. They even refer to the “dating” as befriending, which really says a lot about the game creators. There is a lot of sex, and specifically, what you have to do in order to produce an orgasm. Yeah, I’m pretty sure if the nudity or game purpose of having sex with a girl wasn’t enough, the climaxing orgasm feature probably solidified it. Once again, well done Japan.

1. 3DXChat

via 3dxforum.com

via 3dxforum.com

I mean, it’s self-described as “the most innovative 3D sex game of the year” so yeah, mission accomplished, guys. 3DXChat is a sex simulator that is explicit in every way. I guess you would call the custom character option a feature and there are also beach volleyball scenes for some reason. I guess there’s nothing like a nice nude game of volleyball, providing just the break you need after a session of hardcore, bent over, tied up in rope-sex romping. I mention the rope, but that’s really rookie ball stuff as you can go full S&M with 3DXChat. They didn’t hold back when they developed this one, I guess that deserves some kudos…

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