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Boys' Love (BL) games (also known as yaoi games) usually refers to eroge oriented around male homosexual couples for the female market.
The defining distinction is that both the playable character(s) and possible objects of affection are male.
have their origins in the early 1980s, when Japanese companies introduced their own brands of microcomputer to compete with those of the United States.
Competing systems included the Sharp X1, Fujitsu FM-7, MSX, and NEC PC-8801.
Usually the sexual content is presented as a reward for the player's successful fulfillment of certain tasks.
Like other pornographic media in Japan, erotic scenes feature censorship of genitalia, only becoming uncensored if the game is licensed and released outside Japan, unless produced illegally by doujin (usually with a construction kit like NScripter or RPG Maker).
Most eroge games, a fairly large library, found its way on the NEC PC-98 platform.
Both Nintendo and Sony disallowed adult video games on their consoles.
There is no set definition for the gameplay of eroge, except that they all include explicit sexual content.
This most often occurs as hentai scenes of the player character having a sexual encounter with other characters.
NEC was behind its competitors in terms of hardware (with only 16 colors and no sound support) and needed a way to regain control of the market. The first commercial erotic computer game, Night Life, was released by Koei in 1982.
Early eroge usually had simple stories, some even involving anal, which often led to widespread condemnation from the Japanese media.