Pick-up game Super Seducer 3 is not allowed on Steam
Several promotional clips of the Super Seducer 3 pickup game have appeared on YouTube and many fans have taken pleasure to play them waiting for the game’s release on Steam. However, recently the news emerged telling that Valve, an American gaming developer, doesn’t approve Super Seducer 3 on Steam. The fans of the game are discouraged and disappointed. Let’s take a look at the reason for banning it.
Super Seducer 3 is the third game in a series of pick-up games allowing to seduce women in different situations and turns of events. Richard La Ruina, the creator of the game, is the seducer himself, in other words, he plays the main part and is surrounded by a lot of ladies in underwear.
In an interview with The Verge in 2018, the creator of the game admitted that making this game he had a purpose to aid those men who don’t know how to attract women, who are shy and reserved.
The game had to be released on 15 February, but then this date was postponed.
On March 20, Richard La Ruina tweeted that Super Seducer 3 had been banned and removed from the store and that it would not be released. He added that their page and 61,700 wishlists had disappeared.
The following day Richard La Ruina posted another tweet telling that Steam had banned both uncensored and censored versions and hadn’t explained which content was inappropriate. He added that the demo had also been blocked. La Ruina believes that having an ESRB-M rating would not change the situation.
In another tweet, he expressed disappointment as he had been working hard and relentlessly together with his wife. He called the reasons for the Steams decision political or personal ones.
In the chats between Valve and La Ruina, Valve stated that Steam doesn’t allow sexually explicit images of real people.
Back in February La Ruina tweeted that the Epic and GOG storefronts also turned down Super Seducer 3.