Hazumi and the Pregnation
Sensual Description: "The gravid game, Hazumi and the Pregnation, makes its Steam debut! Prostitution, pregnancy, and birth. Let's increase the world's population!"
Video games with sexual content have a sliding scale of credibility. There are traditional games that include plot-driven sex scenes, then there are knockoffs of hit games that add titillation or fetish material like Stardew Valley, but Your Cows Are Sentient and Single. And then there are the titles with only the thinnest veneer of gameplay, so you can tell yourself that you bought a game about controlling a woman's reproductive cycle solely for its resource management elements.
In a world where the species is imperiled by a sharp decline in fertility rates, you have to manage one woman's transition to exploitative sex work instead of, like, a sprawling government lab dedicated to solving the problem. This is ostensibly a life sim where you manage Hazumi's time and money while keeping her clientele happy, but there's something, shall we say, serial killer-y about the way the game tracks the milliliters of sperm that have ended up in various locations. If you've ever wanted to reduce a woman's entire life to endless pregnancy but don't have the upper body strength to make it happen, this is the game for you.
SteamIt's exactly the same plot as Children of Men, but with Clive Owen meticulously curating a library of jizz.
Advertised features include "Comprehensive Pregnancy Mechanic," "Detailed Menstrual Cycle," and the tracking of breast milk production. You're also told you can "Play at Your Own Pace" because "There aren't any silly things like falling in love to worry about." Jesus Christ, every word I write about this game could place me on a government watchlist labeled "For Morale Boosting Public Castration." Let's move on.
A Reviewer Whose Ex-Girlfriend Mysteriously Disappeared Says: "It might seem demeaning at first, but it really brings some amount of perspective as to what women goes through during pregnancy to male players. You can give up the child for the state to raise (No woman in her right mind would want to irl though) or you can choose to raise it yourself. ... Mind you, I will NEVER handle the protagonist of this game recklessly unlike the other adult videogames that I played before."
Sensual Description: "Discover your perfect WAIFU amidst explosions! This is a simple SUPER CASUAL strip 'em up action game, full of colors and women! Destroy alien colonies and do some CLOTH DAMAGE in giant women!"
From the creators of Elite Dangerous comes Deep Space Waifu, a shoot 'em up about shooting the clothes off giant anime women who seem understandably baffled by your presence. This is from the "Haha, isn't this wacky?" school of porn game design, wherein some memes are tossed in so you can tell yourself that you're only cranking one out ironically. One review called it "gloriously self-aware," but how aware do you really want to be of yourself when you're blasting away a cartoon's underwear because you're too dumb to figure out Cuphead?