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Ladykiller in a Bind Now Available on Steam

Love Conquers All Games has released Ladykiller in a Bind, their erotic visual novel exploring social manipulation, crossdressing, and bondage on a cruise ship voyage, completely uncensored on Steam.

For those that missed the title’s previous Humble Bundle release, here is a quick reminder with a plot synopsis: Ladykiller in a Bind places you in the role of the Beast, a young woman who is forced to pose as her brother and spend a week trapped on a cruise ship with his colleagues. Love Conquers All Games refers to her as, “a super cool dyke with a sweet motorcycle and a reputation for being a ladykiller.” The Beauty is another passenger who, unfortunately (or rather, fortunately)  discovers her ruse. She is willing to help the Beast out — for a price. Ladykiller in a Bind first came out on October 10th of last year on the Humble Store.

My Twin Brother Made Me Crossdress As Him And Now I Have To Deal With A Geeky Stalker And A Domme Beauty Who Want Me In A Bind!! or, Ladykiller in a Bind

Can you survive seven days trapped on a cruise ship with your brother’s classmates and enemies, forced into a game of high stakes social manipulation?

An erotic visual novel by the creators of Analogue: A Hate Story about social manipulation, crossdressing, and girls tying up other girls.

Ladykiller in a Bind joins such titles as Gahkthun of the Golden Lightning and Kindred Spirit on the Roof in the Steam library of games featuring sex scenes. We are glad more games dealing with sex and sexual matters are showing up on the platform.

Ladykiller in a Bind is now available on the Steam store at a 10% discount for $26.99 with the soundtrack being also available separately for $8.99. The game is also available as a bundle with the soundtrack for $31.30. If you’re unsure if the game is going to be your cup of tea, you can check out the title’s free demo available here.

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  • Aerith Dies

    > visual novel by the creators of Analogue: A Hate Story
    No thanks

    • Nin

      Even back when I was a first year uni student (in California), I could tell that Analogue’s view of the world was deluded.

      • I’ve never played Analogue before, but what’s so bad about it?

        • Nin

          It was very preachy and feminist. Not to mention that a space colony regressing into a feudal system is a bit on the unrealistic side.

          • Cats736

            Not from what I remember of it. A stranded colony ship in a dystopian setting isn’t all that realistic to begin with. I remember thinking it was decent for what it was.

  • MusouTensei
    • Teflonbasket

      Sounds condescending but it is true

      • Caronte

        She could be lying, being delusional and the guy can simply know stuff.

      • MusouTensei

        Well then I can attack all gay people who talk about heterosexuality, and all black people who talk about whiteness, right?

    • Narmy

      Ironic, considering the writer is a male.

    • RomadE

      It’s funny; I’ve yet to see this game on the crack websites I frequently visit.

      • MusouTensei

        People don’t even want to pirate it, lol.

        • RomadE

          Yep. You know your game is bad when there isn’t even an option to pirate it and said pirates have no complaints 😀

  • Caronte

    I admire that you guys have gone for an impartial apresentation of the game. It was the right thing.

    But it is as MusouTensei and Aerith Dies comented, it is being shilled by of progressive sites who would otherwise jump at the throat of an eroge and it has muh femanezm,

    • Teflonbasket

      “have gone for an impartial representation of the game” what were you expecting? Is this game some sort of special case? All representations are impartial as far as I have seen on this website

      • Caronte

        “All representations are impartial as far as I have seen on this website”

        Yes, and that deserves praise.

    • EroBotan

      while impartiality is nice, i wish they use their energy to write about other games, there are like tons of Hentai/ecchi games worthy-er than this

      • 44KPanda

        We try to write about every major release while simultaneously scouring the internet for lesser known ones. While we could have used our energy to find another game to talk about, we also couldn’t ignore this one.

        Hold tight though, because we’ve got a review coming soon. We’ll let you know our opinions then.

  • Darkholme

    Still trying to understand how the cool visuals of analogue turned into this shit.

  • Nin

    0/10 everyone looks too mannish.

    If you want yuri, there are way better eroge for that like Sono Hana. I haven’t played Kindred Spirits yet, but I heard that was good.

  • DDD-kun

    This is one of those bait-n-switch setups, isn’t it? The type where it boasts uncensored chops, but in truth nothing graphic or detailed is even remotely depicted, thus there’s truthfully nothing to trip/trigger Steam’s censor policies.

  • Frenden

    Impressive this dev was not only the first vn on steam, getting analog on there before greenlight was around for indies, but also creator of the first ero vn allowed on steam.