Mood killer.

Two-and-a-half-years into its inception and Nintendo Switch isn’t struggling for games of a horrific persuasion. From unnerving yet humorous adventures such as The Padre to zombie-ridden action adventures a la Resident Evil 4, us hybrid handheld owners have plenty of grisly titles to satisfy our gluttony for the macabre. One thing we don’t have much of, not surprisingly, is sex.

Don’t get us wrong; we’ve had the likes of Senran Kagura Reflexions or Senran Kagura: Peach Ball (or anything involving the Senran Kagura series), but both have revealed themselves to be nothing more than cheap titillation featuring girls of questionable maturity. It’s a subject that still holds something of a taboo for games, especially on Nintendo hardware, but the Big N seems far more open to more unusual (and sometimes far less tasteful) experiences following the considerable success of the platform. Lust for Darkness presents the most explicit and overt use of sexual imagery on Switch in the West, so, as you might have guessed, it’s a game that’s absolutely not suitable for any of the platform’s younger players.

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