Hello lovely readers and soon to be listeners. I’d like to introduce you to a brand new podcast you didn’t even know you wanted till now.
The Gameographers is a porn game podcast where myself, Alissa McAloon (also of Dtoid), and lovely UK bloke George Johnson (from Indie Haven) discuss a new porn game or games each week. This past week we played the “classic” porn RPG adventure known as Corruption of Champions, a game that Alissa says is one of her favorite games ever. In it you go through a demonic portal to a horny and hellish demon world and quest to save your town, but you just might lose all your virginities on the way.
It should go without saying the content of this podcast is very NSFW and basically every trigger warning you could think of applies including sexual violence.
There are a variety of ways to give our first episode a listen choose your favorite below (iTunes coming as soon as possible, might be a few days). For your convenience, it has also been uploaded to PornHub.
If you have any suggestions, comments, or questions please let us know! I think next week we will be fielding questions. Also, episode 2 is most likely going to be Breeding Season if you’d like to play, it is free!
Bruce Wayne has always been the best part of Batman
I’ve never been big into superhero movies, as they mostly focus on action and special effects, forgetting that the characters in tight suits should have, you know, emotions. The character building segments are always better than the fights in between, just like professional wrestling.
If you’re a Bruce Wayne fan, you’re in luck, as it seems like the developers at Telltale know this. All the best parts of this first episode happen outside of the suit.
Starting out, Batman slowly enters the scene as fitting music plays (though it is no Danny Elfman composition) and then there is a series of what appear to be quick time events, which have been welcome additions to video games exactly zero times.
Have you ever wanted to be on Hell’s Kitchen? Well, look no further than the couch cooperation (or competitive) cooking game Overcooked, as it has everything but Chef Gordon Ramsay. Heck, it even includes a button to swear—though no foul language is actually uttered but instead comes out in symbols much like the classic Q-bert.
If you’ve got friends that actually come over to your house, then Overcookedwill be a blast. However, playing alone is both dull and difficult. You see, when playing with multiple people you can easily split up the tasks, as the entire game revolves around chopping, frying, and serving food and washing plates. When playing by yourself you’ve got to control two characters that you can swap between, or if you’re a talented multitasker you can play as both at the same time by splitting your controller in half, with the each side controlling a different character. I could not manage to do this, and eventually had to get my boyfriend to come help me complete the levels.
On-rails shooters have all but died, with only a handful releasing in the past decade perhaps due to the decline of the arcade. I absolutely adore the genre having grown up on the Area 51 and House of the Dead series, so my words should hold some weight when I say this is one of the deeper games in the genre; that is, if you can get over its ridiculous content, which is a big if unless you’re really into seeing child-like anime girls in their underwear (in which case, this is probably a must-buy for you).
Double Peace is a sequel to the original Gal-Gun (or Gal Gun or Gal*Gun) which was never localized outside of Japan. However, this game can be enjoyed without having played the original. The story of the original is explained at the start of the game, as this game takes place at the very same school, just with all new characters and enemies.
This game largely follows the same story: An angel/cupid in training is tasked with shooting the main character, Hodai, with a single love shot, but ends up blasting him with a lifetime’s worth by accident. This causes every female in his school to become lovestruck and obsessed with him. This also means that Hodai has only 24 hours to find his one true love, as he apparently can’t ever be shot with another arrow. Thus he has quite the dilemma on his hands.
I’m typically wary of any title that features any type of hacking or coding, as they tend to be monotonous, but I’m so very glad I didn’t pass up on Quadrilateral Cowboy. This adventure centers around a group of three women in the 1980s as they take various jobs hacking and stealing information.
The jobs start simple enough, only requiring connecting your devices to ports and pressing open, before quickly adding in coding, controlling robots, and even jump pads that launch you across the air. You’ll be hacking in apartments, skyscrapers, and even in space. No two levels feel alike, which kept the experience feeling fresh from start to finish, which took me about five hours total.
If you’ve ever played Blendo Games other adventure game, Thirty Flights of Loving, then you’ll quickly recognize the same boxy yet attractive art style, and hip Wes Anderson-like characters and color schemes, only this time mixed with lots of hacking. The hacking is done somewhat realistically via using various programs on a portable computer such as telnet and even remote control robots, though calling it hacking is a stretch as it is bit closer to basic coding, though that isn’t a bad thing.
If you haven’t yet heard of Overcooked, don’t worry — you will more than likely get an earful from friends, family, and coworkers once it releases. I can confirm the game is a blast to play, having spent some time with an early build of the game this week.
Overcooked is a zany cooking game for between one and four players that can be played either cooperatively or competitively. The story mode has players going back in time to learn to cook better under the supervision of an onion king and his pet dog, thus preventing the pending apocalypse caused by a giant spaghetti and meatballs monster. Yes, really.