by Marcus Estrada [dropcap]T[/dropcap]he successfully Kickstarter-funded Coming Out On Top finally arrived and has already proven a hit with players!
Even many who were not previously interested in visual novels and dating sims have suddenly found themselves as genre fans thanks to Obscurasoft’s standout title.
Video game addiction is seeing a huge spike with every new console released along with the more advanced “next generation” of video games.
This is true especially for the younger generation where the video game boom coincided with their formative years.
Ask any young adult male, and for sure, they’ll always have fond memories of an old game console gathering dust in their attic.
Recently the game has also made the rounds between many popular gaming websites – introducing it to an even larger audience who didn’t Kickstart the project.
Because of this, many folks have lamented the fact that it currently isn’t on Steam Greenlight.
Others have brought recent, highly controversial, games which are allowed on Greenlight into the discussion as well.
If X, Y, and Z games can go through Valve’s Greenlight service on Steam then why can’t Coming Out On Top?Originally rated M, San Andreas was temporarily re-rated AO following the discovery of an incomplete "Hot Coffee" minigame that could be enabled with a mod or cheating device, which featured characters engaging in sexual intercourse.Its rating was changed back to M after Rockstar patched the game to remove the offending content entirely.In North America, an M-rated edit of Fahrenheit was originally released under the title Indigo Prophecy; Quantic Dream CEO Guillaume de Fondaumière remarked that many players imported the uncut European release instead.A remastered version of the uncut game, released in 2016, was given a Mature rating.Since then, the genre has garnered surprising success worldwide, attracting the attention of more than 22 million women last year.