Alright, we're all used to it at this point. It's video-game characters fucking/masturbating/pissing whatever some sick asshole wants to watch. Like, yeah, okay. Somebody wants to see a lady/lion/seahorse hybrid penetrate herself with a magical lance that'll make her grow to ten times her size. Woohoo. Someone made that. They drew it or whatever.
I guess that's why I almost find Naughty Machinima interesting. This isn't really about the perverted creations of the human mind - this shit comes with limitations. And bizarre ones. The creators of these videos can't just come up with an idea and draw it, they have to figure out how to make it exist while governed by a certain set of rules. It reeks of effort, a remarkable kind of effort that leads me to believe these dudes really love watching Sims get down and dirty, or perhaps Second Life characters scissoring to the sounds of DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince's "Summertime."
There's a lot of content on this site - it's not unlike YouPorn or PornTube or any one of those thousands of sites frequented by normal people who like watching human beings fuck. But, of course, there's that video-game spin - categories for watching someone play a game with a naked character; stories; game-specific stuff. It's kinda crazy!
The comments aren't as commonplace as they are on other porn flv sites, but the ones that exist have a nice, unusual nerdy tone to them - discussing IP sharing, the logistics of creating machinima porn, etc. The comments are a delightful microcosm of the site itself - such a perfect combination of thick-rimmed glasses and boners.
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