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Steam to allow more adult games


LOS ANGELES — within the latest conclusion for freedom of expression and client alternative, the popular Steam recreation platform can currently impose fewer content restrictions — paving the means for computer game pornography and alternative adult-oriented material within the video games it offers.

The revelation came from Steam parent Valve’s Erik Johnson in an exceedingly journal post entitled, “Who Gets To get on The Steam Store?” discharged following recent criticism over a number of the platform’s titles. The post notes that call creating in this house is extremely difficult and one thing the corporate has extremely struggled with.

“Contrary to several assumptions, this isn’t a {area} we’ve automatic — humans at Valve are terribly concerned, with teams of individuals staring at the contents of each moot title submitted to the U.S. Similarly, individuals have incorrectly assumed these selections are heavily stricken by our payment processors, or outside interest teams,” Johnson disclosed. “Nope, it’s simply the U.S. grappling with a very arduous downside.”

One of the challenges is obvious electronic communication so as to attenuate confusion among customers, developer partners, and workers, with Johnson noting this is often not merely regarding whether or not or not the Steam Store ought to contain games with an adult or violent content.

“Instead, it’s regarding whether or not the shop contains games inside a whole vary of moot topics — politics, sexuality, racism, gender, violence, identity, and so on,” Johnson explained. “In addition, there are moot topics that are explicit to games — like what even constitutes a ‘game,’ or what level of quality is acceptable before one thing is discharged.”

Johnson conjointly elaborated, however, acceptable behavior, discussion and imaging vary considerably around the world, each socially and wrongfully.

“Even after we choose one country or state, the legal definitions around these topics are too broad or imprecise to permit the U.S. to avoid creating subjective and interpretative selections,” Johnson additional. “The harsh reality of this house, that lies at the basis of our quandary, is that there's completely no means we will navigate it while not creating a number of our players extremely mad.”

The bottom line, Johnson believes, is that Valve shouldn’t be those deciding this.

“If you’re a player, we tend to shouldn’t be selecting for you what content you'll or can’t obtain. If you’re a developer, we tend to shouldn’t be selecting what content you’re allowed to form. Those selections ought to be yours to form,” Johnson wrote. “Our role ought to be to supply systems and tools to support your efforts to form these selections for yourself, and to assist you are doing it in an exceedingly means that produces you are feeling snug.”

As a result, everything is going to be allowed on the Steam Store aside from things deemed ineligible “or straight up trolling” on an individual basis, with developers needed to disclose “any doubtless problematic content.”

“So, what will this mean? It implies that the Steam Store goes to contain one thing that you simply hate, and don’t suppose ought to exist. Unless you don’t have any opinions, that’s absolute to happen,” Johnson explains. “But you’re conjointly aiming to see one thing on the shop that you simply believe ought to be there, and a few others can hate it and wish it to not exist.”

Johnson was fast to show that the content selections offered on the platform don't seem to be a mirrored image of Valve’s values, “beyond an easy belief that you simply all have the correct to form and consume the content you select.”

But don’t expect changes to the platform night long, however.

“Navigating these problems is mussy and sophisticated. Countries and societies amendment their laws and cultural norms over time,” Johnson concludes. “We’ll be acting on this for the predictable future, each in terms of what merchandise we’re permitting, what pointers we tend to communicate, and also the tools we’re providing to developers and players.”

XXX industry has high hopes for Oculus Go


The adult industry has high hopes for the Oculus Go.

Whilst we'll never see porn in the Oculus store there's no chance that it will be blocked from the internet browser (or worst case a form of proof of age might be required one day). Either way, adult porn businesses just love the Oculus Go.


Some porn businesses are already reporting a significant boost in VR Porn downloads since the release of the $200 device. Andreas Hronopoulos (CEO of Naughty America) has said that a combination of the price, portability and ease of use of the Oculus Go makes it the perfect VR Porn viewer. And even know we know Oculus nor Facebook will admit this they know that VR Porn is going to be one of the biggest reasons people are buying one.

The head of BaDoinkVR Xavi Clos has said pretty much said the same thing as the CEO of NA, and also claimed the Facebook has become an unexpected ally for the VR Porn world.

There isn't much information on exactly how big the market is (wonder why!) but there are dozen's of thriving companies that deliver porn for Virtual Reality. And whilst Facebook nor Oculus will be boasting about how good the Oculus Go is for watching VR Porn you can rest easy knowing that plenty of other companies will fill that gap (including ourselves!).

No matter whether you watch porn on the Oculus Go or just play movies or games it's still an incredible device for the money and as mentioned in our China article stocks are already running low, thankfully with the mighty backing of Facebook this won't be for long. When I ordered mine I was originally limited to 3 orders, but shortly after I noticed this number went up to 20, which is quite incredible and exciting!

This article was inspired by a post from variety, so if you want to read the full article you can do so here.


vrporn.com now accepts Litecoin


Some techy news! (I am a complete nerd btw). You can now join vrporn.com's premium service with Litecoin! Why is this good news? Litecoin is not managed by a central authority, it's anonymous and easy to use.

Litecoin Cryptocurrency is a great option for porn related content because it’s not only anonymous but it removes the middleman and has low fees.


VR porn is a hot subject right now and it is continuing to be a growing trend and VRPorn.com is the biggest virtual reality site in the world with millions of visitors a month.

VRPorn.com Premium has been referred to as the “Netflix of VR Porn” by some major news outlets and porn sites because it offers nearly a thousand full VR experiences, from over 25 different top studios from around the world, all in a single subscription membership (which can be stopped at anytime without hassle, and 'vrporn' isn't mentioned on the bill in case you're wondering!).

VRPorn.com decided on Litecoin as the first cryptocurrency to accept because it is a top-tier coin with many unique benefits for the end-user. Litecoin’s fast confirmation times, low fees, and liquidity make it perfect for payments to adult websites. Litecoin also has a fantastic development team and strong community behind it.

Also notable is that Litecoin has a very secure and robust network. It’s one of the longest running coins and has an immense amount of hash power behind it. Further, the network is well-distributed, making it very difficult to be hacked.

Porn often helps drive technology, and this can be seen in the field of virtual reality, and now cryptocurrency. Virtual reality is the perfect space for virtual currency to grow.

China's version of the Oculus Go (Mi VR) sold out in China in 24 hours!


You know we just LOVE the Oculus Go right?

Well so does China! Typically, hardware from Western markets is difficult to sell in Asian countries but the MI VR sold out within a day and is now limit due to stock availability.

Some stores have reported that their stock was sold within minutes, which is incredible!


Greenlight Insights (XR intelligence firm) estimates, show that 30k Oculus Go / Mi VR headsets were sold within just 24 hours, and like I just mentioned that was limited only by the amount of ready stock. At the Xiaomi site they sold all of theirs in just thee minutes! At JD.com all of the 32 Gigabyte versions were soold in a few hours. This is huge news and just goes to show that Oculus really know their product.

On the official Mi VR website 50k potential customers have signed up to be notified when more of the headsets will be available after the stock has been replenished.

The current sales figures show that 33.3k 32Gb headsets old, and 24k of the 64Gb version - and both are entirely sold out.

Good job China! So happy that they're just as excited about the Oculus Go as we are, looking forward to meeting and playing with you all in Virtual Reality : )