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I can't stop making this web app read me horny Steam game reviews

Review Reader
(Image credit: Mario von Rickenbach)

Review Reader does what it says on the tin. It frames individual Steam reviews on a white background and reads them aloud with a random text-to-speech robot. There's not much to it and yet it brings so much life to the average Steam review. Just pop in any Steam game's store URL and have at it.

Where to next?

Grand Theft Auto 5

(Image credit: Rockstar Games)

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While I started my review reading with a bunch of former Epic exclusives to hear how silly the complaints about exclusivity sounded aloud when divorced from the context of a Steam page, the depths of a Reddit thread, or any given comments section, I found true joy in the erotic game reviews.

Pair a restrained, monotone Adult Voice with the jittery syntax of a Steam review going on about how balanced the Zelda bits were with the amount of sexy succubi and you get real magic. Not every review reading is a winner, but I happily dissolved 15 minutes looking for nice matchups. 

Here's a few to get you started:

Tower and Sword of Succubus
House Party
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Review Reader was made by Mario von Rickenbach, part of the team that put out the surreal Plug & Play and Kids interactive animation games. I'm a big fan of both, so go check them out. 

James Davenport
James is PC Gamer’s bad boy, staying up late to cover Fortnite while cooking up radical ideas for the weekly livestream. He can still kickflip and swears a lot. You’ll find him somewhere in the west growing mushrooms and playing Dark Souls.