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Submitted by CGMagazine 912d ago | opinion piece

The Curious Case of Seduce Me

When writing about Steam Greenlight a week or two back, Reid mentioned Seduce Me, a game that was pulled from the service due to its risqué content. Seduce Me, if the name doesn't already kind of give it away, is a game about sex. In it, a faceless young man attempts to romance any of a group of different women; his success is marked by wooing his partner into having sex with him through apparently explicit scenes. The message received from Valve by Seduce Me's developer, No Reply Games, explained that the game had been removed from Greenlight because Steam does not sell "offensive" titles. (Culture, Greenlight, Industry, PC, Seduce Me)

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