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Over a year has passed since Valve announced it would "allow everything" short of illegal and "straight-up trolling" content on the popular Steam game distribution platform. But some adult game makers are discovering there are a few apparent unstated exceptions to this policy. Visual novel Taimanin Asagi is the latest such game to apparently be pulled from the platform without warning this week. The "eroge" visual-novel series, which was first listed on Steam last month , had all four episodes come down from the service late Tuesday, according to tracker SteamDB. If Steam still had explicit standards against adult content, Taimanin Asagi is definitely the kind of title you'd expect to be censored on the platform. While other uncensored adult games have found a home on Steam under Valve's "allow everything" policy, Taimanin Asagi isn't the first erotic title to face problems on the service. In January, the developer behind puzzle-infused dating sim HuniePop 2 tweeted that it would be censoring the Steam version of the game because "Valve said it was fine, but it's become quite clear since then that it's not. But those and other removed Steam titles may have gotten in trouble for including children or visually child-like characters as romantic interests, possibly running afoul of child-pornography laws in the United States. That doesn't seem to be an issue with Taimanin Asagi , which focuses on adult characters. The use of rape as a plot point doesn't push the content into the "illegal" bucket, either, as countless examples across other media have shown.
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Over a year has passed since Valve announced it would "allow everything" short of illegal and "straight-up trolling" content on the popular Steam game distribution platform.

But some adult game makers are discovering there are a few apparent unstated exceptions to this policy. Visual novel Taimanin Asagi is the latest such game to apparently be pulled from the platform without warning this week. The "eroge" visual-novel series, which was first listed on Steam last month , had all four episodes come down from the service late Tuesday, according to tracker SteamDB.

If Steam still had explicit standards against adult content, Taimanin Asagi is definitely the kind of title you'd expect to be censored on the platform. While other uncensored adult games have found a home on Steam under Valve's "allow everything" policy, Taimanin Asagi isn't the first erotic title to face problems on the service. In January, the developer behind puzzle-infused dating sim HuniePop 2 tweeted that it would be censoring the Steam version of the game because "Valve said it was fine, but it's become quite clear since then that it's not.

But those and other removed Steam titles may have gotten in trouble for including children or visually child-like characters as romantic interests, possibly running afoul of child-pornography laws in the United States.

That doesn't seem to be an issue with Taimanin Asagi , which focuses on adult characters. The use of rape as a plot point doesn't push the content into the "illegal" bucket, either, as countless examples across other media have shown. Valve tries for a Steam-wide definition And unlike Rape Day —a slapdash visual novel that Valve removed from Steam amid controversy in March —it would be hard to argue that Taimanin Asagi is "straight-up trolling" either.

Since its original Japanese release in , the game has inspired a number of sequels, spin-offs, anime and manga versions, and even a card-battle RPG. Specialty site LewdGamer extremely NSFW went so far as to call the series a "[piece] of art that rise[s] above the rest as a face for the genre Valve doesn't have to allow this kind of adult content on Steam, of course, no matter how much of a "flagship" it is for the adult visual-novel subgenre. As recently as last May, in fact, the company took steps to remove similar erotic visual novels from Steam , reportedly holding up approvals until developers added black "censor" bars to certain in-game scenes.

But it was the backlash against those moderation decisions that seemed to lead to Valve's decision, just one month later, to announce its current moderation policy , which "allow[s] everything onto the Steam store, except for things that we decide are illegal or straight-up trolling.

But taking a hands-off position on moderation requires actually keeping your hands off of adult content that some might find objectionable. Failing that, at the very least it should mean clearly communicating why certain games are removed from the service and highlighting the line between what kinds of content are and are not allowable under the current rubric. Valve hasn't responded to Ars Technica's request for comment on this issue, so we like many adult game makers are stuck acting like Kremlinologists guessing at the inner workings of Valve's Moscow.

For now, it seems that Valve will continue to "allow everything" in theory while still disallowing certain games in practice, without any clear standards to decipher those decisions. Update: A source within a visual novel localization studio shared the following take on Steam's moderation difficulties. The source, who asked for anonymity to discuss a sensitive subject, provides an interesting insider's take on dealing with Valve on these issues.

First, the build of HGB that was submitted to Valve originally did not contain any adult content. It was all-ages, and all of the [Hentai] scenes had been removed. The only things we can even speculate that caused them to ban it were a CG of one of the characters Suguri being walked in on while she was changing. She was in her underwear, but it's tamer than a lot of other stuff you see in mainstream stuff. The other one we think might have been the issue was a character nude but covered with a blanket in a post-sex scene the sex scene itself had been removed.

That's it, there was nothing else. That, apparently, was sufficient to get Steam to ban it. And therein lies the true problem these days. The issue isn't that they are banning porn games, which they aren't doing anyway. The issue is that they are completely inconsistent with what they do, and do not ban.

They have banned completely all-ages games, that had no lewd content at all unless you count a bath scene that you couldn't see anything in anyway. The main factor seems to be they are banning a lot of games based on the fact that characters are wearing school uniforms. There is no other single common thread we can find.

And it's completely random. Some steam reviewers seem to approve almost anything without issue. But others are super zealous and ban anything that has anime art where girls are wearing school uniforms.

Nobody knows what will, and will not clear Valves nebulous rules. It's a complete crapshoot, and it makes things very difficult for publishers when it's basically a coin-toss whether or not something gets approved. And not to put too fine a point on it, but Steam releases are critical to the commercial success of most Visual Novels, as it's by far the largest platform with the largest user base. If anything, things are actually worse now than they were before they started allowing adult content. Prior to that, all-ages Visual Novels could consistently get approved on Steam without issue.

Ever since, though, they have been cracking down on all ages VNs seemingly for no other reason than anime art makes characters look young, and they are wearing school uniforms. Even if there is no porn at all. And as you stated, Valve is completely opaque, and it is impossible to get any information from them about why a game was banned. They don't even give you the chance to fix it. They just send you an email with the generic "we determined your game contained prurient depictions of minors and bans it.

No warning with information on what the problematic content was, just a ban and move on. You must login or create an account to comment. Valve tries for a Steam-wide definition. He has journalism and computer science degrees from University of Maryland. He is based in the Washington, DC area. Email kyle. Channel Ars Technica.



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