3.) Grand Theft Auto 5
Alright, so everybody knows that the legendary Hot Coffee mod in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas’ is more or less the peak of nakedness in the whole GTA saga. Riskily graphic for that period of time, and really not at all a surprise of how pixilated it is for its period, Hot Coffee is still a milestone to which all RPG ‘adult content’ can be compared. For a piece of legit Grand Theft Auto full-frontal nudity, however, all you have to do is look for a DLC pack for the game called The Lost and the Damned. In one of the various missions, a piece of dialogue plays out between a business head honcho and his special visitor. The scene appears to portray this head honcho receiving a massage from the said visitor. Rockstar hid the risky move by framing the shot so that no nudity can be seen, prior to climaxing the dialogue with a long, full-sized, view of this host. This is said to be one of the riskiest visual tricks, Rockstar Games has ever played.
2.) Metal Gear Solid 2
Talk about a Solid Snake, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty includes a shockingly nude part too. It’s not Snake’s… snake we are particularly looking at in this very scene, however, it happens to be Raiden’s that we get to get a look at.
The pubescent character was brought into the game as a risk at first, and just like Snake in the game before it, this game contains one part where Raiden discovers that he totally lacks any equipment. Without even going to pick up his slacks like Snake managed to do n Metal Gear Solid’s famous interrogation scene, Raiden has no choice but to cartwheel around for a little bit, letting it all hang out. Hideo Kojima, the man who created the series is usually one to spark up some super-dramatic moments with goofball comedy and silliness. This is characteristic coherently portrayed revelled in this scene. This just happens to be just another of those witty little bonuses that the Metal Gear series always freely adds into the game, which happens to be a rather serious concept, and it totally lightens up the mood of the gameplay.
1.) Playboy The Mansion
What more could you ask for? Over the past twenty-some-odd years, the genre of business simulation has received some amazing accomplishments with a whole entire list of unique names. There have been several video games that have enabled the players to run their own pizza places, malls, theme parks, roller coasters, railroads, zoos, game development companies, hotels, and everything else that might be deemed as business-worthy.
However, back in 2005, Cyberlore Studios invented for its players the sim experience that we all had been waiting for, for a very long time. This was the opportunity to play as a 20-something-year-old Hugh Hefner and to bring the Playboy legacy up to the success it would eventually grow into. Yes, the game was completely terrible, but if you happen to be searching for some sexy pixilated women in various forms of undress, the Hef is the dude you probably will have to approach. Hugh stays the same age throughout the game, too. Don’t worry.
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