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Are you ready to add other senses to your gaming experience? Adult chatting platform 3DXChat now supports Lovense, which means you can sync up your toys to the in-game animations. Is this the Metaverse I keep hearing so much about?
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Grab your biggest anime sword and Get in the Car, Loser! 🚗
Get in the Car, Loser! is a lesbian road-trip RPG from award-winning studio Love Conquers All Games. After four years of development, they have finally announced that the game is coming on PC out next month, September 2021.
I’m mega-pumped about GitCL! because Christine Love, the game’s main writer, is one of my favorite creators on Twitter. I’ve read about her struggle with Unity development, JRPG mechanics, and writing disaster lesbians for so long that I can’t help but cheer her on!
What helps as well is that game sounds amazing:
She said "GET IN THE CAR, LOSER! I know you're not up to anything this summer, I've got the Sword of Fate, and there's an ancient evil that needs to be sealed away."
Everyone knows the story of how the great hero of legend Agi of Roses fought the Machine Devil and used the Sword of Fate to seal him away for a thousand years. Now, hateful Machine Devil cultist edgelords are spreading terror in order to summon him again, and the Divine Order that rules over our world claims that fighting them before it's too late would be "just as bad as them."
That's bullshit, and that's why three young attendees of the local Academy of Order and one renegade angel from the Divine Order are heading off on a road trip to take the fight to the Machine Devil and his cultists. Will you succeed in your mission to save the world for another thousand years and hit every diner along the road on the way, or will you just be a useless gay disaster?
Get in the Car, Loser! was heavily inspired by classic JRPGs like Final Fantasy and features a similar active time battle system.
And it looks hella cute while doing it!
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Deal with loss and love in Dear Mom 💌
Dear Mom: My Letter To You is a visual novel about loss, acceptance, and the bonds we make along the way. The game mixes a linear storyline with a day-to-day system where you gain social stats and track your relationship with other characters.
In the story, high school student Ayame blames herself for her mother’s suicide. After closing herself off from her friends for a whole year, she finally feels ready to face the world again. She repeats the second year at Yamada Hoshi High School and now has to build new relationships and maintain old ones while coming to terms with her mother’s death.
Even though Dear Mom isn’t about sex or romance, I still think you’ll appreciate its exploration of dealing with sudden death. After all, grief is as much a part of the human experience as love is.
Writing Wrap-Up 📖
Otome Kitten reviewed the otome game Bustafellows for Switch. And boy, did it make them purr with joy!
Yuri visual novel Sakura Forest Girl 2 is now available on Steam. Follow a pair of shaman girls as they try to find their missing childhood friend.
Erotic fantasy action RPG Iragon is looking for funding. Forge intimate relationships with your companions as you travel through a fantasy world.
Yuri Empire reviewed OshiRabu: Waifus Over Husbandos ~Love or Die~. Apparently, it’s as gay as marriage can get, which sounds terrific!
Be a male doll and please your giant overlords in Bara Giants. A dick as large as your whole body is definitely not going to fit, but you’re giving it your best shot.
Expand your idol management agency and please your fandom in Idol Manager. This is a game I bought sight unseen because it looked like a good reference for my own game. And I was right!
Blerdy Otome has a list of girls love games you should be playing. And it definitely includes some fan favorites.
Apple wants to scan your iPhone photos for “child abuse”. This will open up the ability for governments around the world to decide what images are considered harmful, including LGTBQIA+ topics and general adult content.
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