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After a certain games journalist came out last week to attack anyone who likes a certain kind of Japanese game by calling them a “pervert” we decided to embrace our inner perviness this week and talk about sex in games.

Yes, that’s right, it’s okay to enjoy sexy games, and that doesn’t make you a pervert any more than liking FPSers makes you a gun killer. After also talking about the difference between games with sexualised content that aren’t sexy at all (because they’re just too nonsense) and games that are genuinely erotic, we then also change tone completely to talk about Shephy, and the difficulty in reviewing games that are so different they’re quite broken in some ways, but so utterly interesting in others.

Thanks as always for listening! If you liked any of the music in this week’s podcast, here’s the track list for you:

Blackjack – Megurine Luka
Machine Village – Nier Automata
Fields of Ard Skellige – Witcher 3
Dracula’s Castle – Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

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Matt S – @digitallydownld
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Thanks as always for listening, and see you next week!

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