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Super Seducer gets a surprise sequel reveal

It’s supposed to be ‘more inclusive’

Petrana Radulovic is an entertainment reporter specializing in animation, fandom culture, theme parks, Disney, and young adult fantasy franchises.

Ah, yes. Super Seducer. If you haven’t heard of the self-help live-action dating sim, which received less-than-stellar reviews, just know that it was called “the world’s sleaziest game” and came under fire when its legal team issued a DMCA takedown request for a negative YouTube review, among other things. Released by dating coach Richard La Ruina, the game is designed to teach dudes how to pick up women, but the uncomfortable approach has drawn a lot of unfavorable comments.

Despite negative reviews and backlash, La Ruina’s RLR Training Inc. is releasing a sequel to the game, which it tells Game Revolution is supposed to be “more inclusive.” This time, there will also be a female protagonist.

It looks like the company is responding to criticism, though, and in a statement to Game Revolution, RLR Training said that Super Seducer 2 “has cleaned up its act and is back to give players a new, inclusive and well-informed” experience. There are still plenty of lingering butt and boob shots in the trailer, but this time a woman wiggles her finger in a come hither motion and also ... gets down on her knees with a tape measure? That’s probably one of the big no-nos of seducing a man.

Super Seducer 2 is in development on Mac and Windows PC, and is scheduled for release Sept. 12 on Steam. The original Super Seducer was pulled from the PlayStation 4, and is only available on PC via Steam.