Jess' Queer Games Journey

Written in the Sky

Somehow this game had less to do with the actual ‘sky’ than I was hoping for given the title, but I think the fact that it went further than that and actually ventured into space means it gets a free pass this time.

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Void and Meddler

Playing this game was like watching an ‘artsy’ film that you know you’re supposed to appreciate, but can’t quite figure out why. Void and Meddler is a point-and-click adventure that is clearly going for an edgy cyberpunk vibe and is, I’m pretty sure, trying to make a comment on… something.

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Serafina's Crown

Here, I was faced with a conundrum – what do you do when you fundamentally disagree with many of someone’s values, but you want to impress them anyway because you’d sort of like to bang? If you’re me, you apparently say ‘to hell with my kingdom’ and you chase the girl.

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Hikoki Fakkuboto

You know what I never needed to think about? How boats might have sex. Yes, with each other. You know why? Because that’s not a thing that boats do. And yet, here we have Hikoki Fakkuboto, a reminder that video games go where real life often can’t.

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Starlight Vega

It’s strange just how often a game allows me to choose between romancing my best friend, and romancing a demon. And by ‘often’, I mean that it’s now happened more than twice, and that’s definitely more than I expected.

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