Waifu Unconvered,a mature bullet-hell game, is headed to Nintendo Switch

Destroy the clothes, save the waifus! Eight beautiful maidens are under threat of alien attack. Their lives and the fate of the world now rest in your hands. In this simple yet rewarding shoot’em up, take command of multiple ship types, each balanced for a different play style, and blast away clothing that’s been deeply infected by a deadly virus. Evade and destroy enemies as they feverishly work against you, team up in multiplayer or bravely battle alone, save the girl of your dreams and perhaps even unlock a convenient one-finger mode. Features: • Meet 8 female characters presented in high-quality hand-drawn style. • Undress your targets to save them from lethal infection! • Select different ships focused on speed, power or add-ons. • Take down enemies and bosses unique to each stage. • Play solo or team up with a friend for cooperative action. • Unlock more revealing content as you progress!

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A convenient 1-finger mode? How is that convenient? My other hand is gonna be soooooo bored from not participating in video games!

I didn't expect there would be a spiritual sequel to Sentimental Shooter, but here we are.

Thank you! Was trying to remember the name of Sentimental Shooter, but it just didn't want to pop in my head. What a silly, yet fun game.


So, she just slipped off her Chuck Taylors?! HAWT

Wed Jul 08 20 02:21am
Rating: 1

I'm just going to say it:
NOA, please go back to your Puritanical censorship policies. We were wrong to ever doubt you.

Just because you don’t agree with the content of a game doesn’t mean that said game needs to be censored. This game might not be for me or you, but I’m sure there must be someone out there who’d appreciate its existence. Not every game is for you or me, and certainly no game creator deserves to have their creation censored just to please certain people (who weren’t going to buy it anyway).

Just to give you an example, I can’t stand Animal Crossing, and I have no intention of ever buying the newest game. However, that doesn’t mean Nintendo shouldn’t make Animal Crossing games because I don’t like them.

Animal Crossing should be censored not because you don't like them, but because someone drew a penis on my bulletin board.

So, if someone drew a penis, say on a public wall somewhere, does that mean we need to censor life as well?😂

Whoever did that to you is immature, but I’m pretty sure you can report whoever did that to Nintendo. Also, I think you have control over your island’s privacy settings correct? Maybe adjust the settings?

I really do want to keep this debate going, but I've recently learned that the eShop is also hosting a "game" where the object is to covertly masturbate in the back of a car.

And I just don't think I can muster the outrage to argue against Waifu Uncovered anymore.

Can you tell me the name of that game?
I’m also against tasteless sexual and violent content. But you have to know that not everything is made to please us. If you don’t like something, just vote with your money and don’t buy it - no one is forcing you to spend money on it. There is no need to cause an uproar over a simple video game.

What I don’t get is why people act so offended when a game contains sexual content or nudity. Yet, these same people are perfectly fine with games that are super violent.

We can PM each other if you are interested in talking. (:

I'm afraid I have some bad news for you.
Don't Get Caught isn't coming to the eShop after all. The developers, Ultimate Games, state that the listing on the eShop was an "accident".

I would bet you could still find it on the Steam Store though, so not all is lost!

Did you even read what I said before you typed that response? You’re not even arguing against the points I mentioned.

First of all, you’re the person who knew about that game in the first place. I had no idea that game existed. And secondly, you’re the person who felt so offended by a video game that they are trying to make an outrage about it.

So stop assuming I wanted to buy that game. Don’t worry though, you can secretly buy it on your laptop (:

Sorry, was I supposed to be continuing the argument? I was just relieved about the cancellation and wanted to spread the news.

Obviously, I don't blame you for not wanting to get the game either. I'm one of those who would much rather play actual basketball than play NBA 2K20 or watch the game. If I want a thrill like Don't Get Caught, I'll just call an Uber.

But OK, to your argument. To me, the issue is that the Switch eShop is really a communal space. Unless I'm buying all my games on game cards, I'm going to have to frequent the eShop at some point. And to have something so classless waiting for me there, it's just bothersome. I feel dirty and ashamed for even owning a Switch, knowing that it's playing host to something so tasteless. It's like I'm the mother in A Christmas Story, and that stupid leg lamp my husband won is Waifu Uncovered. If I need to reset us back to 1993 to get that thing out of my house, so be it.

Also, you're wrong to assume that I am not also greatly offended by violent content. I would also much prefer if Mortal Kombat 11's Switch version went back to gray sweat instead of blood. Plus the aesthetic would only complement the gray hair that all the characters have in that version.

I just didn’t like how you assumed things, especially that last paragraph in your previous message. It’s the reason why I assumed you didn’t even read what I said. Also your tone made it sound like I cared about that game. When you said “I have bad news for you.”

But anyway, I see your point here. So you think every game in the eShop has to be politically correct or else it needs to be vanished from existence? I understand that some games contain insensitive things, but again, not everything has to agree with our morals or views. What we can do is just ignore that content and move on to the next game. My problem here is that you are selfish in a way: “If there is something I don’t like, no one gets to buy that thing because it offends me.”

The other point I was trying to make is that we live in a place together (earth). However, we all have different views, morals, and backgrounds. For example, what you think is right, is totally wrong to someone else and vise-versa. And to illustrate that, let’s say someone argues that we need to ban all mature games because games are for kids. Does that mean we ban all mature games just to please that individual?

I also want to mention one other thing. I’m sure you go out in public. Let’s say you went to the beach or something and you saw someone naked, would you tell them to wear clothes because you think it’s inappropriate? Or how about we say you just went outside and saw a woman or a man who are showing too much skin. Does that give you the right to tell them to cover up? And one final example: let’s say you hate pizza and you think it’s unhealthy. Does that give you right to close all pizza locations because you don’t like them and tell others to eat what you think is good for them?

In short, think of the eShop as a huge place for a wide variety of games that cater to all sorts of people - similar to earth. Do you agree with each individual you face in life?

Neither the Uncovered Waifus nor the developers who drew them are likely open to fornication with you.

And that is irregardless of how passionately you argue for their right to publish their Newgrounds Flash games against someone you (apparently) truly believe wants Nintendo to remove crosses and mentions of alcohol from all future games because someone drew a penis on their Animal Crossing bulletin board.

Again, you resort to attacking me personally and fail to address valid counter-arguments in response to what I said. What’s really the point of the first paragraph? Really. Not once did I mention that game in my last comment.

Learn how to argue with people in a respectful manner next time. You fail to comprehend the fact that I don’t care about this game at all. I am, however, against the fact that games should be censored or banned because they offend someone out there - who wasn’t going to buy the game anyway. I’m talking about games in general, not this particular game.

And again, did I ever mention crosses and alcohol in any of my previous comments? Don’t make assumptions. If you actually read (and comprehend) what I said earlier, I’m against censorship.

Next time, don’t feel so offended when someone doesn’t agree with your views, and stop living in a bubble. Also, understand that people have different tastes.

Sorry bud. I just couldn't get into the headspace where I could pretend to be passionate enough about censorship to respond to a five paragraph essay about how our mutual coexistence on Planet Earth requires me to be more tolerant of bad DeviantArt erotica. It's been a long day, and I have my limits.

But you know, I have learned something today. When I first came across this post: https://raptorific.tumblr.com/post/180077045401/apparently-for-dudes-whove-got-a-compulsive-need
"Apparently for dudes who’ve got a compulsive need to be the smartest person in the room, “someone who’s wrong in a really stupid way who has unshakable confidence that they’re smarter than you” is their kryptonite. You can play dumb on almost any subject and their ego, their staunch belief that the masses are so far below them, will blind them to the fact that you’re just (messing) with them, and as long as you don’t admit you’re (messing) with them or acknowledge that there’s anything Off about what you’re saying, they won’t be able to stop themselves trying to get you to Respect Their Authority, and they won’t be able to see that will literally never happen."
I was like, "This is a ridiculous exaggeration, and no one is actually like that."

I was so, so wrong. And I'm sorry.

Well, I wasn’t the one who was trying to get “enough outrage” to ban a “bad DeviantArt erotica.” You are also the same person who’s literally “relieved” that a video game isn’t releasing on video game system 😂 . To quote you: “I was just relieved about the cancellation and wanted to spread the news.”

You provided your argument on why that game has to vanish from existence, and I simply provided my counter-arguments.

Not once did I attack your intelligence or made silly remarks (like you did on multiple occasions - and still continue to do so). This was just a casual discussion. It also happened to be in text format, so it means I can’t tell if you are serious or not. To quote you again: “And to have something so classless waiting for me there, it's just bothersome. I feel dirty and ashamed for even owning a Switch, knowing that it's playing host to something so tasteless.” To me your tone was serious. I can’t see beyond words you know. I was simply responding to what you said. Maybe you need to read all the comments you posted and tell me if I’m supposed to know if you’re serious or not.

Allow me to provide you with some relief: there is not a single serious person out there who thinks it is a good idea for Nintendo to go back to its Puritanical censorship policies. It would be as pointless as it would be suicidal.

Now, if you are looking for a proper debate, Sean down there seems to think there's an argument to be made to ban the game on the grounds that it "gamif(ies) sexual assault".

Have at it!

I’m not even talking about Nintendo in particular. I’m talking about censorship in general which includes all branches of entertainment. In fact Sony is worse than Nintendo nowadays when it comes to censorship, so yeah.

Sean didn’t reply directly to my comment. If they were looking for a debate, they would’ve replied to one of my comments. (:

Besides, their claim can easily be countered by saying that video games also “gam(ies) violence”. Why aren’t they complaining about The Last of Us for example?

Just to give you an example, I can’t stand Animal Crossing, and I have no intention of ever buying the newest game. However, that doesn’t mean Nintendo shouldn’t make Animal Crossing games because I don’t like them.

This is an example I often use as well, except I am a big Animal Crossing fan so in my example I use Super Smash Bros.

LOL. Companies do listen if people are loud enough, since by themselves companies don't censor this type of content, audiences are the ones who do it. So in the end they'll need to care enough about these games to push Nintento do curate it.

This reminds of those Steam games where without fail you can find the devs posted free "mystery patches" in the discussion boards that just coincidentally make certain edits to the artwork.

Except the Switch doesn't have user mods so I guess players are just going to have to make do without.

My only objection is to how amateur-hour the artwork is.

Fri Jul 10 20 01:22pm
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Undress your targets to save them from lethal infection!

Yeah, let’s gamify sexual assault...FFS this creepy incel fetish fuel shouldn’t be allowed exist.

they allow this shit but block games like Antipole DX or Ping Redux OK nintendo what the hell are you smoking


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