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« on: December 22, 2019, 12:41:10 am »

How does one get or buy the gay porn version of "Resident Evil" or similar games? Is there a website that list all gay games?

Where to start, lol!

Thanks.
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« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2020, 08:00:14 pm »

The gay porn version of some games are just mods made by other people. It's usually just a nude mod, and it's the easiest to install. Modding a game, in simple terms, means adding or changing some game files. You shouldn't be discouraged by it. It does get more complex when you get deeper into modding, but that's too far ahead for just adding a nude mod.

Nexusmods hosts some "tasteful" mods that only covers the genitals, like the 'Beachboy X' mod. It's the most famous modding site. Vectorplexus hosts a lot of muscular mods. They have fewer content than some sites, but it's all about men. Loverslab hosts the R-18 ones. They have actual sex mods where the characters fuck, and they host the mods banned in Nexusmods. There are other sites as well; I just don't know about them. I remember getting mods for Sims 3 elsewhere but it was a long time ago.

I suggest using a mod manager, because you don't want to overwrite the original game files, but some games include a 'mod' folder so you might not need it.

Some complex mods are blocked by administrative privileges, so you need to install your game and your mod manager outside of "program files" and similar locations. The game folder should be fine. Installing them in a different drive is recommended.

Be careful of people selling mods, and I suggest not spending actual money on them. Donate to the creator if you really liked their content, but you should be able to get the mod without donating money.

These are pc mods though. I don't know how to mod games in consoles.
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« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2020, 05:09:33 am »

Nexus and Loverslab, indeed. That's where I got The Sims WickedWhims.

And as WierdWierdos said, avoid buying mods most of them are free or forum/site locked. So you get an account and that's all.
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« Reply #3 on: February 05, 2020, 06:54:08 am »

You won't get any of a non-hacked console, since they have to go through an approval process and have to be rated at same level as the actual game or lower.

I have heard that hacked consoles can use some naughty mods for various games, but I have very limited knowledge about that.
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« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2020, 04:14:38 pm »

Regarding consoles some that can be modded example is Xbox 360 with RGH allows mods.

I used to play a lot of the sex mods for Skyrim on RGH XB360.

PC is always the best option.
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« Reply #5 on: May 28, 2020, 02:49:59 am »

Check out this guy and his other games he has made.  They are little bits of fun.

https://radiatoryang.itch.io/hurt-me-plenty
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