Ambrosia is a challenging RPG with a good blend of tactical combat and sexual mechanics. Although you can play the game like a traditional RPG (with little sexual content to speak of), to take advantage of the “perks” offered by religious devotion (after all, why else would you purchase this game?) Among said “perks” include “a combination of extortion, humiliation, prostitution, and rape.” I wish this game was a lot longer, but fortunately it offers a lot of content for completionists (or extending playtime).
Dungeon Town is an incredible turn-based RPG with a ridiculous amount of story building and fun sexual mini-games. The biggest issue I had with this game was the grind. Dungeon Town has a sharp difficulty incline — if you don’t take the time to level-up and collect high-quality gear, the bosses will wipe the floor with you! There are quite of unlockable CGs in this game, including rape scenes. But if you’re not too big on non-consensual, most of them are optional. Dungeon Town less a rape/harem fantasy and more like a dungeon crawler with dating simulator elements.
Magical Valkyrie Lyristia is a solid RPG with intense rape scenes and lots of sexual grappling during combat. This game is well put together, with animated combat and well-written scenes sure to keep you hard (as long as “visceral rape fantasy” is what gets you off!) Unfortunately, Magical Valkyrie Lyristia is an incredibly short RPG. It’s over as soon as it starts, but what you get is a highly condensed rape fantasy with significantly less grinding than typical RPGs.
Magical Waifus Academy is a short and sweet, turn-based RPG with rhythm mechanics. This game is jam-packed with wonderful graphics and sexual animations. The gameplay is a little grindy unfortunately, the overall length of the game lessens the pain. If you’re interested in a surprisingly rich universe, Magical Waifus Academy even comes with a free PDF book!
Frankly, Explorer of Yggdrasil is an overtly repetitive game, but it has awesome sex-scenes. Despite all of the grinding, they are absolutely worth the effort. This was one of those games that made me real distracted while I was trying to write my review. Life as an adult critic is pretty hard.
FALL IN LABYRINTH is a miserable grind, but it’s a genuinely challenging dungeon crawler that’ll keep you at the edge of your seat from beginning to end. Seemingly, no matter how many enemies I defeated I could never breeze through combat — I only beat the game through sheer luck. The artwork is decent, and there’s tons of storytelling. If you’re looking for a challenge with an occasional sex-scene, FALL IN LABYRINTH may fit the bill.
Between Explorers of the Abyss and FALL IN LABYRINTH, I don’t know which RPG has a worse grind — but from what I gather, this game takes the cake. Explorers of the Abyss is an utterly punishing dungeon crawler with great (but unfortunately scant) sexual content. if you’re interested in a real man’s challenge, try beating this game on the recommended “heroic” difficulty.