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This article contains sexual references, including but not limited to: interspecies sex, t axidermilogical sex, extraterrestrial sex and post-coital human sacrifice. There has always been sex in video games. As soon as developers were able to put animated pixels on a screen, they were trying to make those pixels do rude things. From the very start, realism was important. Later, we were treated to Sam Fox Strip Poker on the Commodore 64 and Night Trap on the Sega Mega Drive, a sort of fuzzy interactive B-movie that was deemed so shocking that it became the subject of a congressional hearing. Since then, a library of games that portray sex and sexuality with something approaching good taste has emerged. But how many can we call erotically charged? To find out, the Guardian games writers Kate Gray and Holly Nielsen spent a whole day re-playing and discussing video game sex scenes. In their pyjamas. Here are the transcripts of this ill-advised endeavour.
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Think of it as our love letter to, well, love. In the earliest, most technologically limited days of video games, developers concocted the simplest of designs, leading to some extremely efficient, iconic creations.
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When's the last time you sat back and enjoyed a video game sex scene? Probably not recently, since so few games take the plunge or put the effort into creating something romantic or sexy enough to remember beyond visual novels, at least. Whether it's two lovers getting intimate on the eve of destruction or a villainess looking to get her way, there's a variety in these scenes that should please just about anyone interested in delving into their voyeuristic side. Beware, however, as these scenes are extremely racy and NSFW. Some are also wrought with spoilers. Feel free to enjoy them somewhere where you've got plenty of privacy, and bask in their sexual glory. Even deep in the midst of a crusade against Nazis in an alternate history, you've got to make time for, well, making love. While protagonist B. Blazkowicz and Anya, the mother of his children, are trapped on a terrifying train car essentially waiting to pass or fail a test from the Nazis, they take some time out for pleasure. It's more of a "now or never" situation that allows for shocking tenderness between both characters, letting two people connect in a touching and memorable way.

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Sex in games! For science, of course. Arguably one of the first series to fully explore sexual relationships in gaming, Mass Effect is renowned for its mature portrayal of sex, as well as the subsequent complications the act poses for those mixing work and pleasure Pro tip: no good can come from dipping your pen in the company ink, even if you are stranded on a spaceship with a blue-skinned hottie. With a bevy of male or female and alien partners to explore, your romantic successes and failures pretty much come down to being able to say the right thing at exactly the right time, just like real life. Refreshingly, it also offers same-sex relationships without any political or social commentary, with your sexual orientation entirely unimportant to the story. Yes, some encounters fall on just the wrong side of awks and yes, some of the animations are a bit, well, rigid, but we have so much to thank — and blame — BioWare for, eh? Though built like brick shithouse and boasting pecs for days, The Iron Bull is refreshingly open to just about anything, as long as all participants are consenting. Bravo again, BioWare. You know, before the cannonball smashes into the room and destroys the moment. Beyond a bum cheek here and a side boob there, these encounters are mostly reduced to sounds and shadows, leaving much up to your imagination.

Think of it as our love letter to, well, love. In the earliest, most technologically limited days of video games, developers concocted the simplest of designs, leading to some extremely efficient, iconic creations. There were the balls and paddles of Pong , the spaceships of Space Invaders , the asteroids of Asteroids , all of which conveyed so much with so little. Like with all kinds of media, horny creators saw the potential in video games, a medium which offered a level of interaction that was unlike anything else that came before it.

They were ready to hop right in. When the Atari launched in , it was the home console that launched a thousand home consoles, helping to turn the video gaming industry into a home entertainment titan. As the Atari and MS-DOS became more popular in the early '80s, some developers realized that perhaps there was a certain private market that they could tap into. The first erotic video games outside of text-based games began popping up on home consoles and computers in , an era when no developers could have possibly been bragging about the graphics of their games — if they did, they were simply wrong.

Look at that. Look at that naked man. That is the unnamed protagonist of X-Man , a game for the Atari that had absolutely no relation to Marvel's X-Men. Not exactly an appealing image. Not only do these images look truly terrible, the games they come from are kind of horrific — something that seemed to be a theme in early adult games.

Back before the ESRB existed and nobody was keeping a check on the games that anyone was making, developers of adult games had only one thing in mind: sex and nudity. In building games around that, they threw all decency out the window and came up with games that were almost always degrading to women and sometimes even centered around sexual assault and rape. Take Custer's Revenge , for example, one of the most notorious games to come out of the '80s. Players control the titular Custer, based on American General George Armstrong Custer, who's sporting only a cowboy hat, kerchief, and cowboy boots.

Custer has to dodge arrows in order to reach a naked Native American woman tied to a pole and, presumably, rape her. Meanwhile in X-Man , the game opens with a scene of a naked woman running away from a naked man, who himself is being chased by a pair of scissors, a crab, and a set of teeth. After navigating through a maze, players are met with a scene of the man and woman having sex. There were a handful of other early adult games like that. In Beat 'Em and Eat 'Em , players control naked women who run around try to catch semen dropping from a man masturbating on a roof.

In Burning Desire , players control a naked man hanging off a helicopter who is trying to put out fires around a trapped woman, who will grab onto the man with her mouth to be lifted to safety. Of course, not all adult games were completely tasteless in the early days.

Japanese company Koei produced Night Life in , the first video game to have any nude imagery, was intended as an aid for couples' sex lives. But examples like that are few and far between. As technology gradually improved, one would think that more and more erotic games would pour into the world and they would get better and better. But that's not what happened. In , the video game market crashed, thanks in part to reckless spending and competition from the home computer market.

Companies and investors were pouring too much money into the production of games and hardware, expecting every project to be a hit, but consumers just couldn't keep up with the output. Developers didn't make their money back and effectively put themselves out of business. With the NES came a new kind of video game market, one in which the company behind the hardware didn't play so fast and loose with the kinds of games that people made for the system. For quite a long time, developers basically ignored romance and sex, otherwise they wouldn't get the Official Nintendo Seal of Approval.

For a while, the only place to find anything even remotely sexy in the world of video games was on home computers, but even then options were pretty limited. It wasn't until the proliferation of the internet in the early '90s that erotic games really resurfaced.

With the help of the internet, horny developers once again had a market they could work with, able to work around the limitations placed by hardware developers who didn't want to tarnish their family-friendly brands. Sometimes it was tongue-in-cheek fun, like with the Leisure Suit Larry series, other times it was even more disturbing than the games from the early '80s. Over the decades and into the current age of video games, graphics continued to get better and better.

At least, in some ways. In the mid-'90s, 3D games became a thing, and you better believe horny designers wanted to take advantage of that extra dimension. Things didn't look great in the beginning, of course, because round shapes were a little too difficult for the technology to handle at the time and textures were still pretty rough. Still, technology kept getting better, each new console bringing better hardware that allowed developers to make their games look more "realistic. The uncanny valley is a sort of relationship between design and human emotion and the theory of it postulates that, when something like a video game character or robot looks like a real life human, it can cause a weird discomfort.

Take a look at this "sex scene" from the game Mass Effect 2 , in which it's impossible to ignore that the two characters aren't moving quite right and thus causing a weird dissonance from what's intended to be a sexy moment.

There's just something not quite right in this scene. The movements are a little off, their faces are a little off, everything's a little off. And then there's this scene from The Witcher 3 , which came out in It's very clearly in a fantasy setting but that doesn't mean the two characters' interactions should look unreal. But that's the sad fact of intimate scenes in gaming right now. If you don't pay too much attention, it's not so bad, but once you bare down on the details it can be very off-putting. Maybe someday we'll get to a point where we can make video game assets not look completely horrifying in these situations.

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