Released in March of this year, the original Super Seducer was nothing if not controversial. Series star Richard La Ruina went down the road of YouTube takedowns, attempting to silence smaller channels who were critical of the game. Elsewhere, news outlets called out the game for its seemingly misogynistic framing, problems that Richard claims to address in the upcoming sequel, Super Seducer 2.

It seems that Richard wants to be ahead of the curve in correcting whatever’s wrong with that game, as his company has already announced a release date for the third game in the series. Aiming for a debut on March 9th, 2019, Super Seducer 3 promises to cover such tantalizing scenarios as “Get Her Into Bed”, “Gym Game”, and “Couple Seduction”. The store page also mentions that Super Seducer 3 is based on the “super massive hit” Super Seducer 2, which is a game that doesn’t release until September 12th.

Richard wants Super Seducer to be a team effort. The store page features footage of the pickup artist standing in the woods asking fans for input on the third entry in the series. He invites feedback on the forums for Super Seducer 3 as well as Super Seducer 2.

Super Seducer is a series of FMV visual novels where Richard La Ruina guides you through romantic tips. Super Seducer 2 features levels with several playable characters and a female perspective thanks to the involvement of dating coach Charlotte Jones as an additional commentator. It also features a clip where Richard gleefully fires missiles at a YouTube convention by calling his friend Mahmud. It releases on September 12th alongside a documentary entitled “The Dark Side of Seduction?: The Super Seducer 2 Documentary” that goes over the production of the sequel.


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If there’s any question that Mr. La Ruina doesn’t know what he’s doing, he proclaimed himself “The Tommy Wiseau of the gaming industry” in a recent press release. Much like the creator of the Five Nights at Freddies series, Richard is ready to ride this Internet notability into the ground. Looking at the Steam forums, he seems to have found a number of folks ready to display their edge by going against the critics and standing alongside him. No matter who wins the small-scale war of attrition, fans of the absurd are sure to find plenty to enjoy on both sides of this stupid, stupid conflict.

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