Super Kinky Is An FPS Kinky Enough To Give SJWs An Aneurysm
(Last Updated On: May 27, 2016)

Sexual objectification, overt violence, limitless gore, subject matter that you would only find on search engines after going incognito… that’s the general theme of Dark Illusions Entertainment’s latest foray into the boundary-pushing genre of kink meets first-person shooters.

The game is unironically called Super Kinky. It’s exactly as you would expect, except in the format of a first-person, run-and-gun shooter similar to Doom or Duke Nukem 3D. And before you say “This game is really pushing the boundaries!” keep in mind that before there was Super Kinky there was Duke Screw’em.

The developers recently sent out a ping to let media know that Super Kinky has made it onto Steam Greenlight. The game is obviously getting a heck of a lot of attention, and it’s obvious why. Heck, just check out the super-censored trailer to get an idea of what the game is like. And despite being censored the trailer below is NSFW!

And yes, the main character is only wearing pasties and boots. The only thing she has covering up her birthday bits is a plastic replica of male genitalia.

The plot for the game is pretty ridiculous, with the description reading…

“[…] the succubus LILITH has stolen all of Earth’s sex toys and taken them to the lusty second circle of Hell as gifts for her minions. Only one super hero is kinky enough to penetrate the devil’s back door and beat off evil to retrieve them. It’s up to SUPER KINKY to restore naughty pleasure to humanity.”

I don’t know how the Social Justice Warriors will respond given that the main character obviously takes control of her own sexuality in this game, and appears to come across as dominate and confident in wearing a sex-toy as the only real article of clothing to cover her nether regions. But at the same time, when they have issues with bust sizes and boob plates, I can’t imagine them rallying behind a game like this.

Of course, during the overly politically correct push by media to control how sex and violence is depicted to the public, a game like this is also ripe for controversy.

Steam user Dalis918 quipped about the fact that the game over-indulges in its sex-fantasy fanfare, especially during a time when games are getting banned left and right for offending one group or another, writing…

“It amuses me to see this succeed in times of excessive sensitivity and over indulgence in social justice whiners.“

Coming off a recent Tropes vs Women in Games video where a cultural critic belabored the depiction of butts in video games, I’m curious how well dongs and schlongs dangling and jiggling around in a first-person shooter will be received by the puritan left and the conservative right?

Super Kinky

Gamers are stuck in between having to keep their heads down low to avoid all the feces flinging, and some developers appear to be capitalizing on it.

In fact, Dark Illusions Entertainment had previously managed to get the game Realm of the Flesh Greenlit for Steam. I’m not sure what happened to the game exactly, but the third-person horror-shooter was received with mixed reactions.

The comment section on Greenlight is rife with debates about the content. Some call it “smut”, others call it “fun”, others are not into so much kink. The Truly bizarre part about it is that even people who don’t agree with all of the overt sexuality, still feel as if it’s a game they would play with friends if it had multiplayer.

A few users like z0mbiebanana felt as if they just couldn’t support a game like this coming to Steam – that it pushes a boundary beyond what should be allowed on the service – writing with an air of apprehensive empathy…

“I see its potential but I just can’t up vote this as I can’t feel resposible for allowing that content on steam. The gameplay is solid, the art style is great but the fact is you are using a dildo and a weapon to kill waves of naked demons and zombies.

 

“I tell you what though you are clever. If you did not do it like this and it was just a standard zombie shooter no way would people vote it as people would just say “its like every other game”. You managed to create something orginal, erotic or otherwise.”

 

The game actually managed to get a gender politics aficionado to write about the game in the comment section, pointing out the micro-issues of inequality and racism that pop up in the game based on the preview footage, with Enviro writing…

“The adult [theme] seems more like a gimmick here, you replace ammo and health packs with [stereotypical] and sexist toys and reskin the player and NPC’s. Honestly this display makes me kind of angry, if your going to do adult at a minimum throw away the pink=Woman Black=Men [realistic] jelly dildo, anal beads and condom crap. Toys [aren’t] for genders and for this to be [labeled] as “kinky”… I must escape before I write an essay.”

The graphical list of trading cards alone is enough to trigger the hyper-sensitive.

The game doesn’t hold back in anyway, unlike Realm of the Flesh, which was more suggestive than outright sexual.

I don’t know if Valve will let this one through. However, with Saints Row sporting themed sex toys and plenty of vulgarities as far as language is concerned (the same with Grand Theft Auto V) it’s hard for me to say that the game enters territory not already covered by the aforementioned titles. We’re not actually seeing sex acts performed (or at least as far as the promo material showcases) but nudity and sexual themes are there aplenty.

I suppose if you really want to give a middle-finger to the very politically correct right or the authoritarian driven left, you could vote for the game over on Steam Greenlight. But as one commenter asked in the comment section: is this really the sort of game you want your friends and family to see you playing?

Now that’s a tough existential question right there.


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