Female Hentai Gamers Doubled In 2017 And More Insights From Nutaku’s Third Birthday

A screenshot from Flower Knight Girl, a pick from Nutaku’s considerable NSFW games catalog.

Nutaku, a portal for playing adult-oriented games with sexy animated characters, also called hentai games, just turned three. To celebrate the milestone, the Canadian company released some insights into its 25 million North American customers.

See also: More Than Just Skin: How Hentai Games Are Seducing New Audiences

Right now, Nutaku (Careful! This link may not be safe for work) is the most trafficked North American portal for 18+ games, and the company has had a lot of data to parse. The full infographic is below, but here are some of the most interesting tidbits:

Female hentai gamers doubled in 2017

Female gamers made up only 15% of Nutaku’s audience in 2017, but that’s up from 8% in 2016. This may have something to do with Nutaku’s expanded offerings that allow gamers both to play as girls and to seduce guys as well as girls. In Sweet Volley High, for example, the player avatar is a girl who chooses to romance different female and male cuties at her school.

A quarter of gamers have played porn games at work

I am not sure how Nutaku figured this one out, but 27% of its audience has apparently logged on at the office. I sure hope they are at least gaming on a discreet phone screen. After all, as another insight shows, Nutaku’s mobile audience now makes up 55% of traffic.

See also: Hentai Game Portal Nutaku Invests Big In Latin America

Almost half of hentai gamers play every day

In my June look into the hentai gaming community, I found out that it’s not just an excuse—a lot of hentai gamers say they are playing partially because they like the gameplay. There are puzzle games similar to Candy Crush, card games, and strategy games to pick from.

Check out all the statistics in the infographic below. And if you’re a Nutaku fan, feel free to take part in their birthday giveaway, too. Maybe your gaming habits will be included in the infographic next year!

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An infographic for Nutaku’s third birthday.

 

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G2A Brings Creative Game Cases ‘G2A Loot’ for Gamers

G2A.com has introduced ‘G2A Loot’ that offers wide collection of game cases at marketplace for innovating the portfolio for gamers, . G2A Loot is collection of exciting set of game having variety of all kind of games; from classic racing game, to hack’n’slash hits, to the best games for casual and serious gamer.

Not only this, G2A (loot.g2a.com) is allowing individuals to create their own mix and match of games from the available catalog without any charge. G2A Loot is also offering reward points on further selection of customized game case of gamer! G2A is the largest digital marketplace and fastest growing eSports platform in the world.

G2A Loot has its own vouchers called Loot Points these games cases are available in exchange for Loot Points.  Customers need to purchase these Loot Points to open G2A Loot cases. As a standard format, 10 loot points cost one Euro i.e 75 INR approx. The Loot Point value of all cases is determined automatically based on the chances of getting each product in the case, and their retail value.

Once you choose a case, you can open it and see which of the games featured inside. Final case can be activated on Steam by logging into your Steam account directly through the G2A Loot website. Customization of game cases is open for other gamers and if anyone chooses to open it for buy, the creator will get a few Loot Points as a thank you for creating such a great case.

Piyush Kankane, Official Spokesperson, G2A India says, “For gamers, G2A Loot is offering whole new collection of games that can be purchased on most affordable price and from day 1, it has become a hit amongst the gamers. The flexibility will able to fill your case with products, set the odds for each of them, and customize the games of the case. Buyers are free to choose any loot case and can mix and match games from the catalog free of charge. Once you have created your loot case, it will be available for everyone on G2A Loot. We are offering reward points for customers who create a good game case and bought by others too.”

G2A Loot is a brand new service range from company with lots of exciting new features for customers in game cases. The cases include a minimum of five games and for maximum the sky is the limit. If you do not like the game you received, you can transfer it back to G2A for Loot Points. The marketplace is offering 45,000 products right now and has been securing interest of customers under G2A Shield.

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HP Launches Modular Cube-Shaped Omen X Desktop Aimed at High-End Gamers

HP Launches Modular Cube-Shaped Omen X Desktop Aimed at High-End Gamers

HP Launches Modular Cube-Shaped Omen X Desktop Aimed at High-End Gamers
HIGHLIGHTS
HP’s Omen X Desktop launched with a cube-shaped design
Design offers easy swapping and upgrade of the hardware components
Chassis for Omen X Desktop to be sold separately for $599.99
HP at Gamescom in Cologne has announced its cube-shaped Omen X Desktop and its new product has the potential of putting hard-core gamers into a serious dilemma. High-end gamers are known to prefer customisation tweaks and therefore steer clear of big brands which offer little to no freedom in terms of hardware customisations. However, HP’s Omen X Desktop might put this very complaint to rest.

The HP Omen X Desktop comes in a cube-shaped design that not only carries the aesthetics that are clearly aimed at gaming enthusiasts but also has a purpose associated with it. The design allows separate chambers for GPU, power unit, hard drives, and therefore makes it easier to upgrade the components with ease. The tower also carries four swappable hard drive trays.

However, it is not just the swapping of components that makes Omen X Desktop a lucrative deal. The base model of the machine will pack an Intel ‘Skylake’ Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, AMD’s Radeon RX 480 4GB graphics card, liquid cooling, a 2TB hard drive, and a 256GB SSD. It is said to be capable enough to handle gaming in VR as well as 4K.

The Omen X Desktop will also carry 10 USB ports including eight USB 3.0 ports and two USB Type-C ports. In terms of graphic cards, the machine will allow a maximum of two Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 cards or two AMD Radeon R9 Fury X cards.
Interestingly yet not surprisingly, the company is also selling the chassis for Omen X Desktop separately for $599.99. The pricing for the entire machine will start from $1,799 on HP’s website starting Wednesday.

HP has also launched its VR-capable laptop Omen 17, which is powered by Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 and GeForce GTX 1070 graphic cards and brings a desktop level performance in a portable device. The Omen 17 comes with support for 4K display resolutions, and a 95WHr polymer battery that lasts up to 7.55 hours. The pricing for the laptop will start from $1,599.99 (roughly Rs. 1,07,000).

The company also launched its first monitor powered by Nvidia’s G-Sync technology in the form of Omen X Curved Display. The curved display monitor will ensure a smooth gaming performance thanks to the technology equipped by Nvidia. The display is likely to be shipped in early 2017. The company also announced three new accessories – the Omen Headset at $80 (roughly Rs. 5,400), the Omen Keyboard at $100 (roughly Rs. 6,700), and the Omen Mouse at $60 (roughly Rs. 4,000).

HP unveiled its Omen laptop, which was termed as company’s first true gaming laptop, in November last year and was launched for India in May at Rs. 1,59,990.

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HP Launches Modular Cube-Shaped Omen X Desktop Aimed at High-End Gamers

HP Launches Modular Cube-Shaped Omen X Desktop Aimed at High-End Gamers

HIGHLIGHTS

  • HP’s Omen X Desktop launched with a cube-shaped design
  • Design offers easy swapping and upgrade of the hardware components
  • Chassis for Omen X Desktop to be sold separately for $599.99

HP at Gamescom in Cologne has announced its cube-shaped Omen X Desktop and its new product has the potential of putting hard-core gamers into a serious dilemma. High-end gamers are known to prefer customisation tweaks and therefore steer clear of big brands which offer little to no freedom in terms of hardware customisations. However, HP’s Omen X Desktop might put this very complaint to rest.

The HP Omen X Desktop comes in a cube-shaped design that not only carries the aesthetics that are clearly aimed at gaming enthusiasts but also has a purpose associated with it. The design allows separate chambers for GPU, power unit, hard drives, and therefore makes it easier to upgrade the components with ease. The tower also carries four swappable hard drive trays.

However, it is not just the swapping of components that makes Omen X Desktop a lucrative deal. The base model of the machine will pack an Intel ‘Skylake’ Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, AMD’s Radeon RX 480 4GB graphics card, liquid cooling, a 2TB hard drive, and a 256GB SSD. It is said to be capable enough to handle gaming in VR as well as 4K.

The Omen X Desktop will also carry 10 USB ports including eight USB 3.0 ports and two USB Type-C ports. In terms of graphic cards, the machine will allow a maximum of two Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080cards or two AMD Radeon R9 Fury X cards.

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Interestingly yet not surprisingly, the company is also selling the chassis for Omen X Desktop separately for $599.99. The pricing for the entire machine will start from $1,799 on HP’s website starting Wednesday.

HP has also launched its VR-capable laptop Omen 17, which is powered by Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 and GeForce GTX 1070 graphic cards and brings a desktop level performance in a portable device. The Omen 17 comes with support for 4K display resolutions, and a 95WHr polymer battery that lasts up to 7.55 hours. The pricing for the laptop will start from $1,599.99 (roughly Rs. 1,07,000).

The company also launched its first monitor powered by Nvidia’s G-Sync technology in the form of Omen X Curved Display. The curved display monitor will ensure a smooth gaming performance thanks to the technology equipped by Nvidia. The display is likely to be shipped in early 2017. The company also announced three new accessories – the Omen Headset at $80 (roughly Rs. 5,400), the Omen Keyboard at $100 (roughly Rs. 6,700), and the Omen Mouse at $60 (roughly Rs. 4,000).

HP unveiled its Omen laptop, which was termed as company’s first true gaming laptop, in November last year and was launched for India in May at Rs. 1,59,990.

Share a screenshot and win Samsung smartphones worth Rs. 90,000 by participating in the #BrowseFaster contest.

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