Sex Scenes  Tagged Articles RSS Feed | Sex Scenes  RSS Feed on en Launch Media Network If You're Playing Mass Effect Andromeda for the Sex... Try These Hentai Games Instead Thu, 30 Mar 2017 08:00:02 -0400 Ty Arthur

With the billions of NSFW nude mods out there, developers have caught onto the fact that some people play games for the naughty parts. That's led to some real oddity in the gaming underground, from bizarre stuff like Genital Jousting or Cobra Club, to even more truly bizarre stuff like The Tearoom or Gal Gun.

On the mainstream side, there's Bioware and the newly unleashed Mass Effect: Andromedaallowing mankind (and a couple of alien species) to take their love making to a whole new galaxy.

Just a few months back, Aaryn Flynn from Bioware offhandedly referenced how this time around the romance scenes in Andromeda would be taken to the next level and become essentially "softcore porn." While some of them are unquestionably more explicit, with more booty grabbing, writhing, and visible nipples, for the most part it's still fade-to-black content.

Clearly there's not going to be anything like full-on penetration or money shots in your typical AAA game though, so playing Andromeda for the sex scenes is a bit of a non-starter. For that, you've got to look a bit farther, whether you want 3D simulations similar to what you'd see in Mass Effect, or instead prefer an animated hentai style.

While there are plenty of flash mini-games at the various porn sites covering just about every game series and sexual fetish imaginable, what we're looking at here is actual, full games worth playing that also have actual, full-on sex.

WARNING: It should go without saying that this is all massively NSFW, and for the love of captain Shephard, don't click on anything or scroll any further if nudity offends.

Actual Mass Effect Porn

First off, you don't actually have to go to a different game series at all if the Mass Effect characters are what you are specifically looking for. Rule 34 clearly states that if something exists, a porn edition of it also exists. If it didn't before, it spontaneously pops into existence when you ask "is there a porno version of this?"

For those playing Andromeda mostly for the bumping and grinding, some glorious 3D animators took it upon themselves to cut out the middleman for you and created explicit sex scenes readily available online.

Honestly, there's more Mass Effect porn than you could fit on the data banks of the Normandy and the Tempest combined. Well, OK, maybe not that much, but there's a ludicrous amount of it to be found with some quick searching.

A whole lot of this "parody" porn focuses on Miranda Lawson (you had to see that one coming), but all of the characters get it on in an absurd number of ways in various still photos and fully animated movie clips. Not at work and none of the kids are around? Try some of it out at places like PornHub or Xvideos.

mass effect, miranda lawson You don't have to just imagine what's under the suit anymore!

Sengoku Rance

There are a ton of games in this series covering a wide range of genres and art styles. Sengoku Rance is essentially a Fire Emblem style tactical RPG that also happens to have explicit sex scenes with a bunch of different female characters.

The sex is a major element, but it's more peripheral than the strategy game play. Sadly, there's no voice acting, which might be a deal breaker for some players specifically going into this less for the for the naughty bits rather than the grand dreams of conquest and warfare.

Brave Soul

Another one that's most definitely RPG first, hentai game second, Brave Soul offers 16-bit style action RPG goodness in the vein of classic SNES and Genesis titles.

There's an opening anime song segment and everything before you hero goes on a quest alongside some nubile ladies. If you want to feel nostalgic and aroused at the same time, well, here you go!

Premium Play Darkness

Actually getting this one up and working in English for the non Japanese folks is a serious hassle, but when it's finally done, Premium Play is among the cream of the crop for 3D simulations, with hundreds of options for building your dream girl and then having your way with her in hundreds more positions: and that's essentially the entire game.

There are lots of BDSM and fetish elements, but if that's not your thing, there's still plenty of vanilla lovin' to be had. Since the whole game is explicit sex we can't really embed a video here and keep it PG-13, but you can see snippets from the game at a more explicit site by clicking here.

Yukkuri Panic Escalation

Visual novels have overtaken platforms like Steam, where they can be pumped out quickly and have a built-in rabid fanbase. Unfortunately the vast majority of those have to tone down their content or censor explicit material to be released there.

When you move away from the big name platforms and go straight to the developers though, there are sexually explicit stories of all stripes waiting to be found.

A yuri (all girl-girl or solo girl) visual hentai novel, Yukkuri Panic Escalation changes up the formula by adding surprisingly fun mini-games before you can unlock any of the scenes to see the actual nudity and then get to the next part of the story.

Three Sisters' Story

There was this glorious time a lot of you younger gamers may not recall when phones still had cords and Napster was a thing... and all sorts of hentai games were just there for the taking on services like LimeWire. Yeah, you had to dodge viruses and files that were purposefully mislabeled, but if you knew what you were doing, there was a veritable animated porn game cornucopia just waiting to be plundered.

High quality games with tons of sex like Three Sisters Story, Time Stripper Mako (I swear to God I didn't make that one up), the various Viper entries, and X-Change (mad science gone sexy!) were all freely making the rounds. These are a bit harder to come by these days, and require you know how to figure out a DOS emulator, because these games weren't intended for operating systems like Windows 10 (or in some cases, even Windows XP).

Three Sisters Story is one many hentai gamers will remember from that time for its classic style, interesting story, distinctive characters, and yes, plenty of sex in a wide range of situations.

Despite what the name might imply, there's not actually any incest involved here, but you do eventually make the rounds with all three sisters if you play your cards right. Choosing to not get jiggy with one or two of them gets you to a better ending, however, for those with the iron will power to say "no thank you mam, please put back on your undies."

Runner Up: Blood Dragon's Insane Sex Scene

Although not a sex game, the completely unexpected love scene from neon 80s Far Cry spin-off Blood Dragon is simply a must-see in the annals of kinky gaming history.

This ludicrous and totally coming-from-left-field segment is as utterly nutso as the puppet sex from the director's cut version of Team America: World Police. It's not often you hear lines like "I wanna be blinded with your cyber love" or "ouch, ouch, ouch" in a sex scene.

What did you think of our picks, and what hentai games would you recommend for those seeking a more sexually-charged gaming experience?

Editors Note: Two videos that are no longer available have been removed.

Love in RPGs: How We Went from Epic Romance to One-Night Stands Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:41:45 -0500 Ty Arthur

Spring is almost here, restaurant reservations are getting snatched up like crazy, and the Witcher sex scenes all strung together on YouTube are racking up the hits. So, it must be nearly Valentine's Day!

Although it wasn't always so, romancing your party members has become a staple of the RPG genre, particularly due to Bioware. As western RPGs become more prevalent, the ability to take your relationships with party members in romantic directions has essentially become standard -- although that practice may be coming to an end.

While in many ways these modern RPG romances are more advanced than they were in the past (particularly on the graphical front), in others, they've actually devolved. All too frequently nuanced portrayals of interactions between budding lovers that take time to develop naturally are replaced by guessing which dialog option will get to the bumping and grinding the fastest.

Where We Were

If I had to name one classic RPG that most exemplifies the idea of inter-party romance, Baldur's Gate II would easily be the first title that comes to mind. The idea was still fairly new to North American audiences at the time -- and the options available for the Bhaalspawn were limited -- but the romances created in that context were both incredibly memorable and incredibly time consuming.

Unlike with the instant gratification of newer games where you click the dialog option that lets you see if you've progressed far enough for a new relationship segment, Baldur's Gate II made you wait for anything to happen. It could literally take weeks -- even months -- to get anywhere with Jaheira while waiting for her to approach you again during a camping scene.

What most stands out about the relationships in this game are the radically different personalities and situations that we don't see as much of today. Jaheira, for instance, is a widow, and you were friends with her deceased husband, taking relationship conversations a much different direction than in current Bioware-type fare.

In a reverse of the typical options noawadays, you could actually "lose" the romance with Aerie by agreeing to have sex with her the first time she brings it up, with the relationship crashing and burning from that point on. But if you held off and said no, eventually you would be bound together and even have children.

The romance dialog also tended to make you think about real-world events within a fantasy context: Is it OK to bring a pregnant woman along for a combat mission? Am I crossing a line with a woman whose husband was one of my mentors and close friends?

Of course, while long-time RPG fans can get all nostalgic about the romance options from those earlier days, they definitely weren't perfect. Artificial limitations were present on who could be romanced in ways that didn't always make sense or weren't inclusive.

The race and gender lineup in Baldur's Gate II was entirely focused towards straight male gamers, with three female and one male companion options available. Most notably, all three romance options for a male player character are beatiful elvish women. I guess gnomes and half-orcs just don't have feelings or something?

   The dating pool in Amn

Looking back now, there were also some odd connotations in how the D&D morality system intertwined with sexuality. Viconia -- a neutral evil drow -- wanted to have lots of sex. Aerie -- a lawful good cleric -- wanted very little.

That's one way in which more modern games have definitely progressed to a realistic (and less offensive) stance, coming to the conclusion that sexuality is a characteristic shared by essentially all people, regardless of how they behave or what background they come from.

Where We Are

The one-night stand is a hallowed tradition in the Witcher series, where brothels and fiery haired sorceresses are abundant. But even in that setting there's some genuinely touching moments between Geralt and his various lady loves.

On the other side of that spectrum is the typical Bioware romance, where "dating" consists of saying something a person agrees with, giving them some gifts, doing the nasty, and then not talking about the relationship ever again because you finished the sub-plot.

This whole notion of romance and marriage in the RPG genre was (perhaps rightfully) mocked in the Fable series, since you could have as many children as you wanted with as many spouses as possible. Then you could orphan them or put them up for adoption. Dating was thoroughly lampooned in the second and third Fable games, where you could literally fart at someone, offer them a ring, and then get hitched that day.

         A story as old as time: I charmed her with the belch expression!

With romance of course comes the possibility of children, an idea that's been spreading across the RPG universe and is a concept that should be covered in gaming more than just in joke titles like Who's Your Daddy. Sadly, when it is covered, parenthood does frequently get dumbed down. 

Much like the rest of the hyper-casual Skyrim for instance, adopting a child had all the effort taken out of it and took hand-holding to the next level. Upon entering Whiterun, a kid literally walks up and immediately asks you to adopt them if you're nice enough to spare a gold piece. I distinctly remember laughing out loud and staring dumbfounded at the screen the first time that happened.

Bethesda might have mastered creating huge worlds in the latest Elder Scrolls and Fallout games, but they sure need to work on having players care about anything going on within them.

That lazy approach has seeped into interactions between party members in the RPG realm, with this on-point meme practically explaining all dialog conversations between party members who have the possibility of being attracted to one another:

Even if the romances themselves aren't as compelling, the options available have easily increased and improved since the olden days of yore, with many developers taking a socially conscious and inclusive approach.

In most cases that's a good thing, but in a few we arrived at unintentional absurdity. I'm looking at you Zevran. While I'm sure someone out there could write a compelling story of love between a male dwarf and a male elf - there's got to be somebody with some smutty Gimli / Legolas fan fiction worth reading - but sadly in Dragon Age it became a punch line.

Whether its the over-the-top stereotypical romance music or the odd shirtless animations while Zevran lovingly holds an exiled dwarf noble, this is a sex scene that is going to illicit more giggles than gasps.

When Romance Isn't Needed

There's been some good and some bad as RPG romances evolve and continue to be utilized in newer games, but there's one option many developers are now considering: maybe it isn't needed at all.

Featuring some truly legendary developers and writers who were involved with classic Infinity Engine games, Obsidian broke with tradition and brought no romances at all in either the archetypical Pillars Of Eternity or the good-to-be-bad Tyranny

That's a move that didn't sit well with the fan base, and even today - months after Tyranny's release and years after Pillars - you can still find dozens of Steam discussion topics lamenting the lack of romances with characters like Verse or Sirin.

Here I'm going to have to break with those mounting voices: I think Obsidian made the right call in the case of Tyranny, as romances aren't right for that setting, and I don't just mean because you are playing on the side of evil.

 Now there's a diverse dating pool...

In Tyranny, you take on the role of a character directly in charge of your subordinate companions during a military conquest. Whether a soldier under your command, a prisoner of war forced to work for you, or a sage who doesn't enjoy violence but needs to chronicle history, your party members are frequently forced to do things they don't want to do.

Since you have the power of an evil goddess backing you up, those companions have no choice but to acquiesce - or you'll kill them. Party members fearing you is even directly built into the game mechanics, with new powers unlocked when you hit certain tiers after doing horrible things to terrify your lackeys.

Call me an SJW all you'd like, but any attempt at "romance" in such a scenario would be more than a little rapey

Now that you're terrified of me... wanna have sex?

Where Romance Needs To Go

It seems entirely possible that the age of RPG romances might be ending, with developers like Obsidian avoiding them entirely lately and their tropes becoming overplayed and predictable in the latest Bioware or Bethesda entries.

If they are around to stay however, some serious overhauls to the concept of an RPG romance are clearly in order. Although this will take more effort on the part of the developers and writers, it would be a blessed to change to see less guessing what a party member wants to hear, and more attracting partners by being yourself (which I suppose is an odd concept, since by definition in an RPG you are being someone else).

Outside the dialog option system where you get someone to like you, romances are in drastic need of expansion to their ultimate conclusions. For instance, what happens when you have a nasty break up, but then still have to adventure together to save the world?

Most romantic relationships eventually end rather than continuing indefinitely, yet that isn't born out the typical RPG. How would dialog options and perhaps even story arcs change if it turns out the party's healer actually can't stand Conan anymore after a few months of sharing his bedroll?

A greater depth of ways to behave within a relationship is also sorely lacking. Imagine a more realistic and expanded system - what if the main character of an RPG decides to romance multiple people at once and has to make a decision between them? Where's the option to cheat? There's tons of story material ripe for the picking there with storyline repercussions and party schisms based on whether the infidelity is ever discovered.

Unexpected ends to romances are also usually missing, with dying spouses or your romanced companion leaving you for another character both entirely missing from the RPG romance paradigm.

Oh, this dress isn't for you, it's for Nick. Turns out I'm into synths.

What do you think of the state of RPG romances these days? Do you feel they are an integral part of the experience that would be missed, or is it time for a serious overhaul as they've gotten stale?

The Witcher 3 Romance Guide Sun, 05 Jul 2015 13:30:01 -0400 Ryan Martinez


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There you have a break down of all the most intimate scenes of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - other than the prostitutes of Crippled Kate's Whorehouse and Harlots Of Passiflora. Those ladies of the night only ask for 20 and 40 Crowns each for a night passion. Even those scenes will surprise you with the depth they have to offer. It proves how much effort CD Projekt Red put into making their latest Witcher title all that it could be.


5. Madame Sasha


Madame Sasha might sound like an easy lady to get into bed, but this madame won't simply pass her room key to Geralt without a bit of fun first. If you want to spend a night with her you'll have to complete Gwent: High Stakes. The first step of that quest is to check out the Notice Board for an invitation to Novigard's Brothel, Passiflora, to join Count Tybalt's Gwent Tournament. There you'll need 1,000 crowns and a deck worth 70 tournament points (no one said it would be easy).


You'll first be pitted against Bernard Tulle, who you need to defeat to continue the quest. Following your win, Madame Sasha tasks Geralt with stealing Tybalt's Treasure. Once that's done, you'll need to beat Sasha in the Gwent and find Finneas. Winning the Gwent will win Geralt County Tybalt's congratulations and a challenge you can accept if you want.


Once that's all said and done, take off with Sasha to try and find your rewards...only to find a corpse with your Witcher senses. That will lead to instructions from Sasha to find Bernard and his cronies, who Geralt can put down with ease.


After teaching Bernard a painful lesson, meet up with Sasha at the Cantarella in the Kingfisher Inn, where she will offer passionate reward for all your effort.


4. Jutta An Dimun


If you want to spend a night with the battle hardened Jutta, you first have to complete the Iron Maiden side-quest. After that you will have to track Jutta down, going from Faroe Village of Ringvold and taking the eastern path through the mountains. That will lead to the sparring grounds for the Skellige Warriors, where you need to challenge Jutta to a sword fight.


Whether or not she accepts your challenge depends on two of your earlier actions. She will accept right away if you killed the leader of the slavers during the Flesh for Sale quest or beat Einar of Faroe. If you haven't done either of these things, you'll have to jump through a couple hoops before she'll fight. Jutta will demand you either kill Gundar of Ringvold or retrieve a sword from the ocean. Retrieving the sword is an easy task with your Witcher senses.


Finally, all you have to do is beat the lovely Jutta in a sword fight. Thankfully she's not a sore loser, and offers Geralt the chance to spend the night in her bed.


3. Yennefer


If you've played previous Witcher titles then you know that Yennefer and Geralt have a complicated past. She's still a big part of Geralt's life in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, where you can have steamy meeting with her - not once, but twice - if you jump through all of the right hoops. Everything gets underway during the quest The King is Dead: Long Live the King.


At the start of the quest head into Yennefer's room at the Old Port Inn, using your Witcher senses to choose an outfit. Make sure to pick the black and white one. After getting dressed you'll follow Yennefer to Kaer Trolde Keep, where you will be challenged to a race by Cerys that you'll want to decline. Simply keep following Yennefer through the keep, asking her about the Mask of Uroboros until you a reach a new area past the balcony and head down stairs. You'll wind up in a room full of stuffed animals. There, use your Witcher senses to find a secret room filled with live animals that you have to kill.


That will open up a new door to a laboratory where you will have to find these items:

  • A letter on a sideboard
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  • Ermion’s pipe
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  • A Tales of the Wild Hunt book
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  • A cup of dwarven mead
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  • Boiling casks
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  • One wooden goat
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  • A tiny human skull
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  • Ermion’s magic wand
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  • One pine cone
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  • A sword stuck inside of a stone
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  • A giant statue
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After that, Yennefer will find the Mask of Uroboros and unleash an Earth Elemental that Geralt will have to contend with. Destroying it will cause the lab to start filling with gas. Grab a hold of Yennefer and tell her you want to kiss her to have her teleoport both of back to her room. Back in her room, tell her you wouldn't mind watching her change her clothes to start your first intimate encounter with her.


Yennefer Second Encounter


If you romance Yennefer during The King is Dead: Long Live the King quest, you'll be able to spend a few more intimate minutes with her during No Place Like Home. All you have to do to complete the second encounter is head into the Kaer Morhen Main Hall to hear the conversation there. After that, pop into the kitchen with Eskel. Then head back to see Yennefer, who is planning to leave. Stop her by talking with her about the Wild Hunt. After that you can ask to go up to her room with her for a nightcap.


2. Triss Merigold


Triss and Geralt have been through everything imaginable together during The Witcher series. He's saved her life countless times and she helped him recover his memories. In the Witcher 3, players can keep that relationship going if they can wiggle their way through a long list of quests and tricky dialogue choices. Things kick off after they're reunited in the city of Novigrad, where Triss asks for Geralt's help.


Players will have to complete two quests, starting with A Matter of Life and Death, where they will help Triss get two mage friends to safety.


During the course of that quest, Geralt and Triss will be stuck at a masquerade ball waiting for their contact. Players have to start romancing Triss there. Before leaving the masquerade ball, you have to kiss her and then move onto the next quest in her storyline, Now or Never.


During Now or Never, players have to help keep Triss' mage friends safe from a pack of Witch Hunters as they make their escape from Novigrad. After the enemies are gone, Triss will say she plans to leave with them unless Geralt asks her to stay. You have to tell Triss that you love her and stick to the "nice" dialogue options, which will end in a passionate scene at a lighthouse and a very confused bunch of mages.


1. Keira Metz


Keira is the first woman that Geralt can romance in the game after a finishing up a few side quests and weaving through a short dialogue. Players will have to hold off on meeting Keira until after completing the main quests Hunting a Witch and Wandering in the Dark. After that Keira will invite Geralt to her home where she'll ask for his help on a new quest, A Tower Full of Mice.


After clearing Fyke Isle of the curse plaguing it, you'll want to stick around until Keira comes to talk with you. She'll ask Geralt to go on another quest for her, A Favor for a Friend, to track down a package in  Hangman's Alley. Hunting down the postman with Geralt's Witcher sense, you can snag Keira's package to deliver yourself.


Finally Keira will challenge Geralt to a race. Players can use a laundry list of shortcuts to win and move onto the final piece of the puzzle. After winning, Keira will offer three dialogue options:

  • Lust - use your Witcher’s Sense to follow Keira and reap the rewards
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  • Resist - tell Keira that the time is not righ
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  • Loyalty - tell her that Geralt’s heart belongs to someone else
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Choose lust for a moonlit night of romance with Keira and learn a bit about astronomy.


When designing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, CD Projekt Red wanted to create a mature game for a mature audience. So naturally sex and romance is a big part of the game. The studio captured 16 hours of mo-cap footage to make sure every erotic scene in the game looked as realistic as possible. All of that effort paid off in the end with a fantastic mix of steamy scenes that neither Geralt nor players will forget - if they can find them that is.


If players want to romance all of the beautiful ladies in Geralt's life, they are going to have to walk through a minefield of dialogue options. You must tread carefully, or you'll end up on Triss and Yennefer's bad side like poor Geralt in the video up above. So we've put together this handy guide to help you wind your way through that minefield into Triss's heart, and everyone else's.

NSFW The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt- Headless Sex?! Fri, 29 May 2015 19:29:36 -0400 Joe Garcia

Many of today's games that are rated M for mature often have sex scenes or mini-games such as the God of War series,Grand Theft Auto series and etc. While open world games tend to have their fair share of "issues" this one takes the cake (no pun intended).

Headless Hunt

In the latest installment of the wildly popular Witcher series, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has experienced a very interesting glitch in the games mechanics. One player had noticed this glitch and has uploaded it to YouTube to share with the world this bizarre yet interesting way to watch sex scene. In the below clip uploaded by YouTuber Chris Klos, we witness the glitch which results in the players character to have his head floating around the room during the sex scene inside a brothel:

Editor's Note: This scene is set in a brothel, and as such is mildly NSFW. Viewer discretion is advised. 

This is only one of the many bugs that have been found within the game. although none are major issues for gamers, it can prove to be a bit frustrating as time goes on and needs to be addressed by developers within a timely manner to keep the game running smoothly for everyone. 

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was released May 19th, 2015 and has sold 1.5 million copies worldwide to date. Glitches and all, The Witcher 3 is doing exceptionally well with solid gameplay, story and mechanics.