The idea of video game sex is viewed with contempt by most people. These are the kind of people who are likely to get a kick out of seeing video game characters engaging in sexual action. But for better or worse, as video games have entered the mainstream, we are seeing more and more sex scenes in video games. And sex is being increasingly portrayed in a more mature and meaningful way, just like in the movies… So here follow the top 25 sex scenes seen in video games to date.
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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.
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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.
The portrayal of men and women in video games , as in other media, is a subject of research in gender studies and is discussed in the context of sexism in video gaming. Although women make up about half of video game players, they are significantly underrepresented as characters in mainstream games, despite the prominence of iconic heroines such as Samus Aran or Lara Croft. The portrayal of women in games often reflects traditional gender roles , sexual objectification , or stereotypes such as that of the " damsel in distress ". Male characters are often stereotypically depicted as big and muscular, and LGBT characters have been slow to appear in video games as a result of the heteronormativity of the medium.