Indieverse: Dating, Sex, and Relationships (@OXM)


“Dating games and  stranger fare sporting sexy-tinged content pop-up on the Xbox Live Indie  Games channel all the time, offering a titillating-yet-creepy buffer  between the avalanche of shooters, zombie holocaust simulators, and  platformers. Let’s be honest — while most of these offerings have a serious  tone, they’re all pretty ridiculous. Whether you’re looking for remote  controller massages and online avatar hook-ups or relationship advice  and cheesy distraction, this selection of indie oddities touches all the  bases.”

Check out the full article here at Official Xbox Magazine.

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Review: Record of Agarest War


“Fantasy RPGs are not often without moments of romance and heartbreak, but few such games released in North America are as sexually charged as Record of Agarest War. Even with a mighty war brewing between the forces of good and evil, there’s apparently still plenty of time to peep some supple skin, woo comely maidens, and even make a few babies along the way. But don’t expect to pick up this staggeringly lengthy title and find yourself constantly awash in a sea of sexiness. While that does indeed pop up at regular intervals, the real heart of this game is its deep turn-based combat system.”

Check out the full review here at GameSpot.

Feature: Hot and Steamy Gaming Encounters

“With Valentine’s Day about to drop a massive heart-adorned, candy-filled love bomb on the general populace, many peoples’ minds have collectively turned to thoughts of romance, lust, and companionship – in all their numerous wild and crazy incarnations. To help set the mood, check out this sampling of steamy video game encounters that flick the naughty switch to GO!”

Check out the full article here at MSN’s Game On.

Feature: 8 Things Parents Should Know About No More Heroes 2


“Just in time to fill the traditionally quiet release period following the holidays with ample blood spray and excessive cleavage physics, No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle has arrived on the Wii, and it’s even wilder, gorier, and sexier than its predecessor. After meticulously exploring many of the game’s nooks and crannies, we’ve compiled all the important information parents need to know about this M-rated title.”

Check out the full article here at What They Play.