And if you really must indulge filthy thoughts, fantasise about what sort of lurid sex acts Geralt will get up to in The Witcher 4.
Flirting is a real-life mechanic that indicates you would like to indulge in a little romance-a-bants, and perhaps more. Check out our Mass Effect: Andromeda romance guide if you want to improve your chances of doing the dirty deed.Eventually, there will come a point, beyond the fulfilment of a companion’s character-specific missions, where you will notice their conversation become 100% wisecracks.Anyhoo, read up on why Wolfenstein: The New Order is one of 2014's best games.An interactive graphic novel about a college student coming to terms with his sexuality in the only way he knows how: by slinging it around like it is going out of fashion.Kind of like the script for Skyfall, but with marginally more frequent reference to duty and colonialism.
That is when the panning shots of bedroom antics usually begin, and the skin-tight space clothes come off.
And if you're not interested in digital intercourse, there are still plenty of Alsatian antics you can indulge in, as you'll find out in our Fallout 4 PC review.
The Witcher games are crawling with every different kind of fantasy wizard sex imaginable, to the extent that the game and its cast of dozens of sexable NPCs has been criticised by some as brazenly sexist.
Bonus points are awarded here for the sex act taking place in a pile of filthy old, wee-smelling cardboard boxes in some sort of hole in the ground where disgusting people live.
There are two bits of sex in Wolfenstein: The New Order.
It is perhaps only because The Witcher 3 and its convoluted quests are so patently ridiculous in this depiction of an unending parade of women latching on to Geralt's balls that it can get away with these sorts of boning-upon-quest-completion transactions.