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7th Feb '16 8:20:59 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/{{Aquaplus}}, developers of the classic BishoujoGame ''VisualNovel/ToHeart'', initially released its game on the PC under the Leaf label with explicit adult content, but re-released the game for the PlayStation home console with adult content excised (then re-released ''that'' version on the PC with some more extras), expanding its following dramatically (in conjunction with the release of a clean TV adaptation). With the sequel, ''VisualNovel/ToHeart2'', Leaf reversed the bleaching and released a completely clean original on home consoles, then ''added'' adult content for the PC release, titled ''To Heart 2: X-Rated.'' The anime adaptation of ''To Heart 2'' was clean. And *then* an eroge of ''VisualNovel/ToHeart2'' titled ''To Heart 2: Another Days'' was made by Leaf with new characters, and a clean OVA version was then released. ** LEAF / Aquaplus also produced ''VisualNovel/{{Utawarerumono}}'', initially an adult game. Its huge success lead to an anime and a PlayStation 2 game, both 'clean' to the point of often lacking fanservice (at least of more conventional sorts, though it does occasionally come up). However, the anime, while leaving out the sexual aspects entirely, still left clear points in its plot where the story would have gone in an adult direction. For one thing, it has the harem elements and certain moments that lead up to those aspects left in, but it lacks all the sex. Though anime!Hakuoro plainly says he's single at one point, the only female who hasn't bumped uglies with him in game is, thankfully, his daughter Aruru. The PlayStation2 version followed the original, adult game much more closely, to the point of cutting off on the brink of an H-scene then picking up afterwards. Only the original, adult game however, so openly blind-sides the player with the revelation that Dorii and Guraa [[spoiler:[[HoYay are actually male]].]] The others just kinda leave you unsettlingly uncertain.
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* Creator/{{Aquaplus}}, developers of the classic BishoujoGame ''VisualNovel/ToHeart'', initially released its game on the PC under the Leaf label with explicit adult content, but re-released the game for the PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation home console with adult content excised (then re-released ''that'' version on the PC with some more extras), expanding its following dramatically (in conjunction with the release of a clean TV adaptation). With the sequel, ''VisualNovel/ToHeart2'', Leaf reversed the bleaching and released a completely clean original on home consoles, then ''added'' adult content for the PC release, titled ''To Heart 2: X-Rated.'' The anime adaptation of ''To Heart 2'' was clean. And *then* an eroge of ''VisualNovel/ToHeart2'' titled ''To Heart 2: Another Days'' was made by Leaf with new characters, and a clean OVA version was then released. ** LEAF / Aquaplus also produced ''VisualNovel/{{Utawarerumono}}'', initially an adult game. Its huge success lead to an anime and a PlayStation 2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 game, both 'clean' to the point of often lacking fanservice (at least of more conventional sorts, though it does occasionally come up). However, the anime, while leaving out the sexual aspects entirely, still left clear points in its plot where the story would have gone in an adult direction. For one thing, it has the harem elements and certain moments that lead up to those aspects left in, but it lacks all the sex. Though anime!Hakuoro plainly says he's single at one point, the only female who hasn't bumped uglies with him in game is, thankfully, his daughter Aruru. The PlayStation2 [=PlayStation=] 2 version followed the original, adult game much more closely, to the point of cutting off on the brink of an H-scene then picking up afterwards. Only the original, adult game however, so openly blind-sides the player with the revelation that Dorii and Guraa [[spoiler:[[HoYay are actually male]].]] The others just kinda leave you unsettlingly uncertain.

* ''VisualNovel/EienNoAselia'' was originally an H game/RPG mix for the PC. Eventually, it was ported to the PlayStation2, which doesn't allow adult content. Then it was ported back. So all the references to the sex are there and you can even pinpoint when it happened, you'll just never see it.
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* ''VisualNovel/EienNoAselia'' was originally an H game/RPG mix for the PC. Eventually, it was ported to the PlayStation2, [=PlayStation=] 2, which doesn't allow adult content. Then it was ported back. So all the references to the sex are there and you can even pinpoint when it happened, you'll just never see it.

* The PornWithPlot {{RPG}} ''Dragon Knight 4'' was ported to the SNES and PlayStation with all the {{Optional Sexual Encounter}}s removed.
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* The PornWithPlot {{RPG}} ''Dragon Knight 4'' was ported to the SNES and PlayStation [=PlayStation=] with all the {{Optional Sexual Encounter}}s removed.
4th Feb '16 9:08:31 PM C2
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* In terms of animation studios, Anime/PrincessNine is the only TV anime from Phoenix Entertainment, who mostly served as the main production studio for hentai [=OVAs=].
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* In terms of animation studios, Anime/PrincessNine ''Anime/PrincessNine'' is the only TV anime from Phoenix Entertainment, who mostly served as the main production studio for hentai [=OVAs=].
4th Feb '16 9:06:43 PM C2
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* In terms of animation studios, Anime/PrincessNine is the only TV anime from Phoenix Entertainment, who mostly served as the main production studio for hentai OVAs.
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* In terms of animation studios, Anime/PrincessNine is the only TV anime from Phoenix Entertainment, who mostly served as the main production studio for hentai OVAs.[=OVAs=].
4th Feb '16 9:01:12 PM C2
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* In terms of animation studios, Anime/PrincessNine is the only TV anime from Phoenix Entertainment, who mostly served as the main production studio for hentai OVAs.
4th Feb '16 3:48:23 PM MyFinalEdits
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** In addition, Jimbo Wales, founder of TheOtherWiki previously headed Bomis, a web portal whose most popular search terms were adult-oriented. Despite not being specifically porn, Wales has tried to distance himself from his older project. It didn't work. In fairness, it's hard to imagine a world in which it did work when there are [[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Silvia_Saint_001.jpg photos of literal pornstars wearing promotional T-shirts for your website]] (don't worry, it's perfectly SFW).
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** In addition, Jimbo Wales, founder of TheOtherWiki previously headed Bomis, a web portal whose most popular search terms were adult-oriented. Despite not being specifically porn, Wales has tried to distance himself from his older project. It didn't work. In fairness, it's It's hard to imagine a world in which it did work when there are [[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Silvia_Saint_001.jpg photos of literal pornstars wearing promotional T-shirts for your website]] (don't worry, it's perfectly SFW).
4th Feb '16 9:28:42 AM HarJIT-EGS
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* Kasuga,[[note: [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Kasuga~enwiki that one]], not [[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Kasuga that one]]]] the creator of the semi-official Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} mascot (Wikipe-tan), draws hentai. This caused controversy in Wikipedia when Wikipe-tan was shown in a suggestive manner that Kasuga had to put it down. In addition, Jimbo Wales, founder of TheOtherWiki previously headed Bomis, a web portal whose most popular search terms were adult-oriented. Despite not being specifically porn, Wales has tried to distance himself from his older project. It didn't work. In fairness, it's hard to imagine a world in which it did work when there are [[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Silvia_Saint_001.jpg photos of literal pornstars wearing promotional T-shirts for your website]] (don't worry, it's perfectly SFW).
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* Kasuga,[[note: [[https://en.Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}: ** Kasuga,[[note]][[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Kasuga~enwiki that one]], not [[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Kasuga that one]]]] one]][[/note]] the creator of the semi-official Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} Wikipedia mascot (Wikipe-tan), draws hentai. This caused controversy in Wikipedia when Wikipe-tan was shown in a suggestive manner that Kasuga had to put it down. down. ** In addition, Jimbo Wales, founder of TheOtherWiki previously headed Bomis, a web portal whose most popular search terms were adult-oriented. Despite not being specifically porn, Wales has tried to distance himself from his older project. It didn't work. In fairness, it's hard to imagine a world in which it did work when there are [[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Silvia_Saint_001.jpg photos of literal pornstars wearing promotional T-shirts for your website]] (don't worry, it's perfectly SFW).
4th Feb '16 9:25:20 AM HarJIT-EGS
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* The creator of the semi-official Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} mascot, Kasuga, draws hentai. This caused controversy in Wikipedia when Wikipe-tan was shown in a suggestive manner that Kasuga had to put it down. In addition, Jimbo Wales, founder of TheOtherWiki previously headed Bomis, a web portal whose most popular search terms were adult-oriented. Despite not being specifically porn, Wales has tried to distance himself from his older project. It didn't work. In fairness, it's hard to imagine a world in which it did work when there are [[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Silvia_Saint_001.jpg photos of literal pornstars wearing promotional T-shirts for your website]] (don't worry, it's perfectly SFW).
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* The Kasuga,[[note: [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Kasuga~enwiki that one]], not [[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Kasuga that one]]]] the creator of the semi-official Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} mascot, Kasuga, mascot (Wikipe-tan), draws hentai. This caused controversy in Wikipedia when Wikipe-tan was shown in a suggestive manner that Kasuga had to put it down. In addition, Jimbo Wales, founder of TheOtherWiki previously headed Bomis, a web portal whose most popular search terms were adult-oriented. Despite not being specifically porn, Wales has tried to distance himself from his older project. It didn't work. In fairness, it's hard to imagine a world in which it did work when there are [[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Silvia_Saint_001.jpg photos of literal pornstars wearing promotional T-shirts for your website]] (don't worry, it's perfectly SFW).
2nd Feb '16 5:49:47 PM GrammarNavi
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* Creator/DataEast began its line of billiards games with a clean ArcadeGame titled ''Side Pocket''. However, all the (likewise clean) console releases of ''Side Pocket'', not counting the NumberedSequels, were based either on the nudity-enhanced update ''Pocket Gal'' or its sequel ''Pocket Gal Deluxe''.
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* Creator/DataEast began its line of billiards games with a clean ArcadeGame UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame titled ''Side Pocket''. However, all the (likewise clean) console releases of ''Side Pocket'', not counting the NumberedSequels, were based either on the nudity-enhanced update ''Pocket Gal'' or its sequel ''Pocket Gal Deluxe''.

* Several minor Japanese ArcadeGame makers managed to keep themselves going for many years by producing sequels to strip mahjong or similar softcore casual games, apparently to pay the rents while scrounging up the time. Examples include Kaneko's ''Gals Panic'' series and Psikyo's ''Taisen Hot Gimmick'' series, both of which included at least one clean console version. (Additionally, in latter's case, the arcade version can be set in the service mode to run in "clean" mode.) Creator/{{Toaplan}} produced three strip mahjong games for no better reason than that the company was young and needed the money.
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* Several minor Japanese ArcadeGame UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame makers managed to keep themselves going for many years by producing sequels to strip mahjong or similar softcore casual games, apparently to pay the rents while scrounging up the time. Examples include Kaneko's ''Gals Panic'' series and Psikyo's ''Taisen Hot Gimmick'' series, both of which included at least one clean console version. (Additionally, in latter's case, the arcade version can be set in the service mode to run in "clean" mode.) Creator/{{Toaplan}} produced three strip mahjong games for no better reason than that the company was young and needed the money.
26th Jan '16 5:05:06 AM Adept
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* ArinaTanemura has actually drawn some sexually charged side stories for her manga, namely ''KamikazeKaitouJeanne.'' They aren't too explicit, but are heavy on the erotic side nonetheless.
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* ArinaTanemura has actually drawn some sexually charged side stories for her manga, namely ''KamikazeKaitouJeanne.''Manga/KamikazeKaitouJeanne.'' They aren't too explicit, but are heavy on the erotic side nonetheless.
11th Jan '16 9:27:41 AM Smeagol17
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* Creator/ShirowMasamune, the creator of ''Franchise/GhostInTheShell'' started out as an H-artist, perhaps unsurprising considering the rife {{fanservice}} in both the manga and anime and the outright lesbian scenes in the manga. Most of his famous work was written while he was still an H-artist. He actually hasn't ever stopped being one either. In fact, most of his recent output consists entirely of various H-artbooks with an unhealthy obsession with anal sex.
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* Creator/ShirowMasamune, the creator of ''Franchise/GhostInTheShell'' started out as an H-artist, perhaps unsurprising considering the rife {{fanservice}} in both the manga and anime and the outright lesbian scenes in the manga. Most of his famous work was written while he was still an H-artist.manga.. He actually hasn't ever stopped being one either. In fact, most of his recent output consists entirely of various H-artbooks with an unhealthy obsession with anal sex.
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