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Peach Nintendo DMCA Eroge

[18+] Nintendo closes development of an Eroge on Peach

In 2012, a developer by the name of Ivan Aedler rose to the forefront of the hottest news through an eroge about Peach: Peach's Untold Tale. Inspired by a hentai, the game quickly reached the million ...
Jigsaw Vol.1 Free is Beautiful Eroge Indiegala

[18+] Free is Beautiful - Jigsaw VOL.1

Indiegala's friends offer us a red light version of Gratis è Bello, offering the eroge puzzle Jigsaw for free. It may not be a triple a title - maybe not even a "single a" - but hey, it's free. "Insert...
Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue Sprite Visual Novel Review

Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue - Review

I'll be honest, I feel a lot of skepticism and prejudice towards the Visual Novel genre. I obviously don't hate them on the contrary, going back in memory I could list titles like Professor Layton and The World Ends with ...
Jerez's Arena Steam NSFW

[18+] Jerez's Arena is available on Steam

Eternal Alice Game has recently published its new title on the Steam platform: Jerez's Arena, an eroge that proposes the Mix Visual Novel and RPG in Hentai sauce. A package for connoisseurs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYAuGAUxODE The ...

Koikatu (NSFW) - Review

For the uninitiated, this one above is Dr. Cox from Scrubs (one of the biggest sitcoms ever) summing up a very simple concept: porn reigns supreme (especially on the Internet). Obviously...

Sony formalizes the reorganization of JAPAN Studio

The news was in the air after the latest defections recorded in recent days, but now the official announcement from Sony has arrived: JAPAN Studio will suffer ...

PS5, the expansion slot will be enabled in the summer

PS5 owners have been waiting for months for news regarding the expansion slot of the new console, present but still disabled ....
Persona 5 Strikers Review

Persona 5 Strikers - Review

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Cyberpunk 2077 CD Projekt RED

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