Tag Archives: sex
Thu, Jun 21, 2012 | 16:21 BST
CD Projekt RED CEO Marcin Iwinski has said there is nothing wrong with games including sex and violence as long as it’s part of the world and not overused.
Fri, Jul 15, 2011 | 16:11 BST
A study, conducted by Doritos which surveyed 2,052 people, has found women who play online games prefer their game to having a bath, shopping, exercising or having sex.
Wed, Sep 30, 2009 | 16:38 BST
Move over BioWare: your sexy game throne is about to be challenged. Assassin’s Creed II director Benoit Lambert’s confirmed to VG247 that his free-running sequel contains a bit of the old uppy-tiger-squealy-monkey.
“Ezio is a womaniser,” said the developer, speaking in response to a reader question.
“There’s a bit of sex. I can’t say more.”
Ubi in hot cock action shock. Saying that, bet it’s nothing more than half a tit and a suspiciously swollen codpiece.
We’ll all know “come” November 20.
Wed, Jun 03, 2009 | 14:52 BST
Shacknews has published an Xbox 360 hands-on of BioWare’s Dragon Age: Origins and revealed that the RPG features a sex mini-game that is so bad it’s “painful to watch.”
But in creating what is essentially a sex minigame within Dragon Age, BioWare is fully entering territory that I’m not sure it can pull off. Sex in games is still in the pubescent stage. Hammy voice acting and stiff 3D models make for awkward, pimply approximations of intimacy. One can only hope these early efforts lead to eventual maturity. In the meantime, they can be painful to watch.
Full thing through the link.
Thu, Apr 09, 2009 | 12:20 BST
Good news, alien sex fans. Remember the “porn” scene from Mass Effect? The one pop psychologist Cooper Lawrence claimed contained “graphic” shagging? The one that actually didn’t?
BioWare’s promising more “emotionally engaging moments” for Mass Effect 2. We know because Steph asked BioWare co-founders Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk at GDC.
VG247: Anything controversial this time? In the same regard as the…
Greg: The big over-reaction?
Ray: We don’t shy away from emotionally engaging moments. We try to make them contextually appropriate. They’re not gratuitous for the sake of gratuity. We put them in to actually drive an emotional response, but the journey you’ve gone through to get to that point in the game, it has to feel like that is a real point, a real outcome that makes sense to the player to get that point. They’re not there for shock value.
If there’s surprise and delight in the emotionally engaging moment then that’s great too, but they have to feel contextually appropriate. We just make games with great stories and characters and, just like in real life, some of the interactions are emotionally charged between some of the characters. There could be all types of different emotions. And even the experience itself, we strive for emotion… We’re not shying away from it.
So there you go. Mass Effect releases in early 2010.
Mon, Mar 10, 2008 | 14:19 GMT
In a poll of 2,000 Britons, gaming has emerged as a preferable bedroom activity to sex. According to this, the top ten bedroom pastimes in UK household, by minutes spent doing them per week, are:
- Sleep (3,150)
- Talking (193)
- TV (132)
- Net surfing (122)
- Reading (114)
- Listening to music (105)
- Using phone (81)
- Work (77)
- Computer games (57)
- Sex (35)
We have nothing to add.