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The Leisure Suit Larry games are one of those things no one really admits to liking. There’s clearly an audience for them – you don’t release roughly 10 games over the last 30 years without gaining a decent following (yes, they’ve been around that long). However, the mixture of school playground humour and Carry On levels of sexual innuendo makes them a real oddity, especially in today’s increasingly sensitive, PC-minded culture. And the fact the series has produced some truly terrible titles over the years, crude jokes and all.

Thankfully, Leisure Suit Larry – Wet Dreams Don’t Dry isn’t a bad game. In fact, it’s a competent little point and click adventure that dials back into the conceit that made some of the earlier games so popular. That Larry Laffer – the greasy protagonist and self-confessed ‘ladies man’ who’s always looking for love – is consistently the butt of the joke, rather than the often cartoonish women he’s pursuing, helps water-down the often tasteless dialogue. That doesn’t mean new developer CrazyBunch is holding off on the smut, but it’s at least doing so with a sense of self-awareness.

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