Amidst of Steam's restriction policies and controversies, rises another game called Rabbit Thief (R18) that allows you to punish a rabbit girl for stealing stockings from your shop.
Update: The game has been pulled off of Steam.
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But he swings to the left...
Also a furry, that's where the imagination comes in.
No wonder developers are boycotting steam. Steam is full of shovelware games
Bigger developers never gave two s***s about these sorts of games being on there. The difference being now they're having exclusivity deals thrown at them, as well as a bigger cut if the sale. It's nothing but a numbers game.
The difference is, huge AAA games on steam are invisible that gets scattered with Shovelware games.
@captaincook They don't. There's not a large-scale release to get lost in the multiple algorithms they have in place. The games that get lost in the wave of crap is, unfortunately, what could be a diamond of an indie title. Any high budget title gets recognition on the storefront though. I've been actively using Steam for a decade now to know as much.
lol.....yeah, the money Epic is showering them with has nothing to do with it. /s
All of these games are looking the same. We need better quality.
I'm not a fan of the way the writer is covering the game. It feels like he wants to start a controversy and get the game banned. I can't find anything on the game, anyway.
Tentacles you say...X-D
I dont see it on steam:(
You have to be signed in and enable Adult content in your profile settings :)
Done that and still can't see it
Bigger developers never gave two s***s about these sorts of games being on there. The difference being now they're having exclusivity deals thrown at them, as well as a bigger cut if the sale. It's nothing but a numbers game.......Gold.jobs89.com
Wow. Did you must copy and pasted on two accounts the exact same message? Either that or you just to copy and paste what another user said. Way to expose yourself.
but people crap on Epic Store...hmmm
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