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Incest is the act of two blood relatives engaging in sexual activity. It is recognized widely as a taboo in civilizations around the world, with many nations having put laws in place to punish it. Children born from an incestuous pregnancy run an slightly higher risk of genetic deformity than the children of unrelated people.

Incest in Games

Aside from its depiction in certain pornographic games, incest has also been either depicted or alluded to in more mainstream, commercially available games over the years. Some examples include:


It is implied in dialogue that Furiae, the sister of the game's protagonist Caim, has incestuous feelings for her brother, though this aspect of her character isn't implied as heavily in the English-language version of the game.

House of the Dead: Overkill

The game's antagonist, Clement Darling, is revealed to share a consensual incestuous relationship with his elderly mother. In the endgame, he transfers his mother's brain into the body of the younger, more beautiful Varla Guns in order to extend his mother's life. However, the experiment goes awry after the transfer is complete and Clement's mother-in-Varla turns into a giant monster. After the player kills her, Clement, in his mad love for his mother, enters the monster's vagina in order to return to the womb.

Duke Nukem Forever

In the infamous Duke Nukem Forever, the sexually insatiable Holsom twins are Duke's lovers. They're also just as willing to make out with each other as they are to sleep with Duke.

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