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Erotic VR Fantasy RPG Iragon Surpasses Kickstarter Goal
By Yung Namahage • 2 years ago

Bulgarian studio Repulse has some experience working with VR, so they put those skills to good use with their latest project: an RPG inspired by fantasy anime that includes a fuckable harem. Of course, VR headsets aren't accessible to everyone, so the game is perfectly playable without one.

Iragon is the story of Darick, a small-time villager who has a chance encounter with Brianna, a bisexual sorceress on the run from the evil empire. Using his sword and spells, Darick escorts Brianna on a quest through the dangerous lands of Balmoros, all while buidling a party of waifus that fit into assorted fantasy archetypes. There's the aforementioned sorceress Brianna, melee warrior Erika, Jenna the assassin, April the rogue and another mysterious girl who's yet to be revealed.

Not only does the game feature full voice acting and motion captured animated cutscenes but the sex scenes are also fully interactable. You can also convince two of your party members to get it on with some girl-on-girl action, then you can sit back and watch all you like or join in the fun.

The combat system seems way more competent than most eroge where there's more emphasis on the erotica than the actual game. Iragon is a blend of both and feels more like an action RPG with sex scenes rather than an ecchi game with RPG elements. It features a branching storyline, an open world with various environments, upgradeable magic and weapons all in addition to the romanceable harem and threesomes. 

Repulse have already managed to surpass their Kickstarter goal of US$10,000 by over sevenfold at the time of writing, but there's still time to show your love and support for some of the backer rewards, such as a nude mode patch that works during combat and exclusive in-game cosmetics. Meeting their final stretch goal of at $100,000 will add bonus outfits for party members complete with clothing damage during combat. Lastly, you can also check out a demo for the prologue of the game on Kickstarter, where you can also find regular updates and new, updated builds as the devs continue their hard work.

If this sounds up your street and you liked the demo, be sure to add Iragon to your wishlist on Steam to be notified when it finally gets a release date. Don't forget to let us know what you think in the comments section!