Streaming is a great thing. People can play various games live and they can receive instant feedback from their viewers, but sometimes it can get weird. We’re talking really weird here. Twitch has a policy that you must stream games and pretty much nothing else on their platform, but this statement didn’t initially cover some games that were showing off more than they should. Once Twitch got wind of this, they quickly started banning certain naughty games from their service. And that’s why today we are going to be talking about ten games that were banned by Twitch.
What were the developers of this game thinking? BMX already has an X in it, so we might as well make it a triple X game? … As you may have guessed, it’s a BMX action sports title containing nudity, foul language and adult humor. That’s it! I guess after Dave Mirra Freestyle and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, these types of games were popular back in 2002. To be fair, in BMX XXX you don’t have to unclothe your character … but let’s be honest, what do you think the streamers on Twitch did?
Here we are including Sakura games like: Angels, Santa, Spirit, Fantasy, Beach and Swim Club. All of them are basically reskins of the same type of game: Erotic Visual Novel, although the developers call it “angelic love comedy”, because these anime big breasted women have magic powers and are fighting a mysterious evil. Along the way, as you may have guessed, the characters will be shown partly or fully naked and extremely sexualized.
At number 8 we have another manga game. It is a spin-off to the adult hybrid tile matching puzzle game that was also banned from Twitch named HuniePop. HunieCam Studio, however, takes a step further in the form of a business simulation game with the same adult theme. You will be the manager, or should I say Pimp, of a sleazy cam girl operation where you hire girls, promote your perverted fetishes and gather fans. Manage your company well and you just may get the big dick trophy