Written by Otaku Apologist

People seek novel experiences that feel fresh. It’s basic brain chemistry; Novel experiences give you a big hit of pleasure chemicals. For purposes good and bad, people are starved for a constant stream of new stimulation – that’s the games market.

Very few people play more than one visual novel a year, let alone a clicker. Why? Because they’re essentially the same experience. In the case of a visual novel, every gamer follows the same paths to the same endings. That gets boring.

Many modern game companies are catering to the vast numbers of casual gamers who can barely manage any skill-intensive gameplay. Casual gamers are a different pool of customers from the actual game enthusiasts.

I’ve played videogames since I was 6 years old. I play games every day for hours. I want to attract gamers into the hentai scene who are currently not interested in what’s on offer. I want games that are fun for people like me.

Hardcore gamers can spend thousands of hours into games they love, learning every trick, completing every achievement, and finding every secret. These guys talk and write endlessly about everything they love about their favorite games to everybody. That’s the hardcore gamer: When he sees what he likes, he loves it.

I play tens of new games a year, because it’s my hobby, and my job. For every good product I review, there’s 20 terrible products.

I want more hentai RPGs like Niplheim’s Hunter – Branded Azel. I want more competitive online games like Cunt Wars. I want more visual novels with strong positive masculine characters like Funbag Fantasy: Sideboob Story. I want more genuinely funny romantic comedies like Sakura Cupid. I want more good games, goddamnit.

I want more hentai games that hold my interest for long periods of time. I want to immerse myself in fantastical worlds and hunt secrets until I’ve found everything. I want bigger boobs, goddamnit.

After years of playing hentai games, I have somewhat learned to appreciate casual games, but very seldom can I call myself impressed. Too many hentai game developers cut corners to deliver mediocre experiences. From the viewpoint of gamers who play skill-intensive competitive games such as Counter Strike, Starcraft, any game in the Warcraft franchise, all casual games are trash.

Hardcore gamers are competitive, aggressive, and masculine regardless of gender. They uphold high standards for their entertainment. You cannot get their money if you don’t have their respect.

Hardcore gamers read gaming media. They read reviews. They read about game design. They make their own games. When they find something they like, they are loyal customers for decades. They are big spenders, fanatics, actual fans who care. If you want your game business to grow into a phenomenon with real social impact, catering to casual gamers is a bad strategy.

The hentai games market can be so much bigger. Think bigger, shoot higher.

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