Have you or would you ever play an X-Rated MMO?

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  • IselinIselin Vancouver, BCMember LegendaryPosts: 9,923
    I guess I must be a compartamentalizer. I don't need to do all the things I like at the same time. MMORPGs and sex are not something I typically want with each other. 
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  • LithuanianLithuanian vilniusMember UncommonPosts: 316
    Can  imagine two types of x-rated mmo:
    1) your typical mmo. You are hero, you got skills, you got levels. Game has no rules of engagement. Kill, scam, betray, torture, capture to slavery, sell slave, abuse him/her, starve to death or overfeed so that slave dies from obesity. No quests, xp gained only from killing other players. And trust me, such mmo would "borrow" gore from Mortal combat. Full loot, of course. Slave trading market. No safe zones.
    Oh, only GMs are immortal, but beware of that evil GM that kills everybody in sight just out of pleasure...
    2) normal pr0n mmo. Everything you could ever imagine and beyond that. Into bondage? ok, bondage skills increased. Into erotic talks? ok, erotic talk skill increase.

    Would I play number 1? Basically no - maybe, if it's free, to try to survive as long as possible.  Would I play number 2? Occasionally - yes.
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  • Azaron_NightbladeAzaron_Nightblade KingsmouthMember EpicPosts: 4,223
    Can  imagine two types of x-rated mmo:
    1) your typical mmo. You are hero, you got skills, you got levels. Game has no rules of engagement. Kill, scam, betray, torture, capture to slavery, sell slave, abuse him/her, starve to death or overfeed so that slave dies from obesity. No quests, xp gained only from killing other players. And trust me, such mmo would "borrow" gore from Mortal combat. Full loot, of course. Slave trading market. No safe zones.
    Oh, only GMs are immortal, but beware of that evil GM that kills everybody in sight just out of pleasure...
    2) normal pr0n mmo. Everything you could ever imagine and beyond that. Into bondage? ok, bondage skills increased. Into erotic talks? ok, erotic talk skill increase.

    Would I play number 1? Basically no - maybe, if it's free, to try to survive as long as possible.  Would I play number 2? Occasionally - yes.
    Well... the first one is pretty much dead in the water from the start thanks to being full loot PvP. On top of that, it's pretty much snuff, rather than just X-rated given some of the features you've listed there lol. The only people going nuts over that sort of game would be the ones you REALLY don't want to be near.

    Strip the first MMO of some of the extremes, and it'd have a lot of potential IMO. Just look at all the mods people create. There's pretty much not a single popular RPG that doesn't have some kind of nude or sex mod. I once installed Skyrim's for the luls. The Witcher games pretty much have it built in from the start to some degree. Not to mention GTA, Fable and several others where your character can go hook up with prostitutes.
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  • Flyte27Flyte27 Greenwich, CTMember RarePosts: 4,056
    Can  imagine two types of x-rated mmo:
    1) your typical mmo. You are hero, you got skills, you got levels. Game has no rules of engagement. Kill, scam, betray, torture, capture to slavery, sell slave, abuse him/her, starve to death or overfeed so that slave dies from obesity. No quests, xp gained only from killing other players. And trust me, such mmo would "borrow" gore from Mortal combat. Full loot, of course. Slave trading market. No safe zones.
    Oh, only GMs are immortal, but beware of that evil GM that kills everybody in sight just out of pleasure...
    2) normal pr0n mmo. Everything you could ever imagine and beyond that. Into bondage? ok, bondage skills increased. Into erotic talks? ok, erotic talk skill increase.

    Would I play number 1? Basically no - maybe, if it's free, to try to survive as long as possible.  Would I play number 2? Occasionally - yes.
    Well... the first one is pretty much dead in the water from the start thanks to being full loot PvP. On top of that, it's pretty much snuff, rather than just X-rated given some of the features you've listed there lol. The only people going nuts over that sort of game would be the ones you REALLY don't want to be near.

    Strip the first MMO of some of the extremes, and it'd have a lot of potential IMO. Just look at all the mods people create. There's pretty much not a single popular RPG that doesn't have some kind of nude or sex mod. I once installed Skyrim's for the luls. The Witcher games pretty much have it built in from the start to some degree. Not to mention GTA, Fable and several others where your character can go hook up with prostitutes.
    I don't think the new Tomb Raider and some other new games can be modded due to the files being encrypted.  I still can't see a porn MMO being accepted in mainstream outside of Japan.  People complain about games like Dead or Alive Volleyball to the point they don't want to release it in America anymore.  They are afraid of the SJW backlash.
  • PyndaPynda Member UncommonPosts: 848
    Single player games? Sure, it's kind of amusing loading up the old adult mods. But MMO's? Nevarrr, no way. Cybering with other men would be just downright creepy in my book. So my MMORPG rule #11 has become - "Don't do it. That female character you are thinking about flirting with is actually a guy - ALWAYS."
  • HuntrezzHuntrezz Member CommonPosts: 14
    edited July 29
    I played a game claiming to be x rated.  It was just an action game with girls running around in skimpy outfits.  Turned out to be misleading to get you to play the game.  The game itself wasn't all that great but I was surprised by how many people appeared to be playing the game.
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