Bullet-hell, boss-battle, first-person shooter, with giant-robots, martinis and jetpacks. YES. Drink the cocktails. Fight the titans. Make your own Titans. Drink your friend's cocktails.
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Release Date: Feb 19, 2014

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About This Game

Drunken Robot Pornography (DRP) is a bullet-hell first-person shooter for Windows. Battle giant robots -- called Titans -- as they try to slice you apart with their lasers. Pick off their missile launchers, fry away their carbon fiber armor, and tear off their claws, leaving them writhing.

You're Reuben Matsumoto. You used to own a bar.

You gave your robot bartender, Tim, sentience. He went nuts, stole your other 12 bots, and burned down your bar.

He's attacking Boston with 20,000 drones, 40 Titans, and his lieutenants, the 12 Drunken Robot Centerfolds.

30-story tall giant robots. Jetpacks. Guns. It all started so innocently. Your robot bartender, Tim, used to make the best drinks at your nightclub. But you gave him sentience so that he could better empathize with the customers. Struck by the world's problems, he went crazy, burned your club to the ground, and fled with your twelve exotic robot dancers. Weeks later, giant robots started attacking the City of Boston -- not a coincidence!

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System Requirements

SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: 1.7GHz Intel/AMD CPU
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB 3D Card, Shader Model 3
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2GB
    • Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or later
    • Processor: 1.7GHz Intel/AMD CPU
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB 3D Card, Shader Model 3
    • Hard Drive: 2GB
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 10
It's D to the R to the capital P. Drun-ken Ro-bot Porn-nah-grah-fee.
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494 of 619 people (80%) found this review helpful
16 people found this review funny
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
It's a pretty fun game for people who are:
A. Humans
B. Non-Humans
C. Christopher Walken
D. All of the Above

I have had serious fun with this game since early testing copies were sent out. The alpha builds that I have played have shown so much effort put into improving the experience for everybody. I am seriously psyched to see where the full version of this game leads one of Dejobaan's finest works from these early builds.
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6,069 of 8,294 people (73%) found this review helpful
544 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 20, 2014
Not actually porn.
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306 of 406 people (75%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
8.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 19, 2014
You fly around with a jetpack shooting robot space hamburgers and collecting alcohol for points and then a giant robot comes out of nowhere and tries to kill you with a bunch of lasers.
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166 of 210 people (79%) found this review helpful
9.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 9, 2013
NOTE: The first half of this review was written before the release of the full game.

"A first person danmaku? That will never work!" Ohhh how wrong I was...

This is a spectacular game full of intense bullet dodging action and lots of shooting. It is so very satisfying to shoot the limbs off of a giant death machine and then blow up the core. Some of the missions that would be more "gimicky" are actually really solid (such as the muffin collecting which I adore. Srsly. Keep the collectables muffins.) The humor is wonderful and I can't wait to see what sort of fun changes the future of this game holds. To top it off the soundtrack is AMAZING. Every song is spot on and matches the lighthearted feel of the game.

The only issue I take is the difficulty curve. Some missions are aboslutely burtally hard while others are laughably easy. I'm sure that will get ironed out but it really doesn't detract from the overall game. This is a must own gem for anyone who likes a challenge and making things blow up.

Edit: Now that the full game is out I felt it was best that I update this. First and foremost I want to state that my opinion of the game has largely stayed the same in terms of its quality and fun factor so take my criticisms with a grain of salt.

First and foremost: The voice acting. It's good, quality voice acting and the dialouge is sharp and funny. It just... Was unneeded. The game was already hilarious with just the premise and I suppose if the dialogue was just limited to the suit talking and/or making some quips at the robots it would be fine. But I thought the limited story silent protagonist was fine. So i'm kind of on the fence about it. I'd have to lean toward not liking it though. (The threats by the robot bartender on the answering machine and the pestering news lady etc are hilarious though and need to be there) The voice of the pickups also changed which is fine but I kinda miss the original.

Secondly: The gun. Ohhhhh boy... Part of the funness of the gun was the feeling that you were just obliterating everything on screen. Especially with how you could see the bullets go faaaaaar and watch them break stuff. But the bullets were changed from spheres to these little illogical laser beams (not that there was much logic in this game in the first place) and some of their impact went away. I suppose its nitpicky for me to feel this way but I liked the spheres better. They felt more satisfying. I can see why they were possibly changed since th spheres could possibly hide bullets that you wanted to dodge, but it wasn't so problematic that it warrented a change. Maybe a small drop in opacity and thats it.

Thirdly: The graphics and sound. OH MY GOD ITS SO SHINY! also the sounds are wonderful. The sounds of the explosions rivals the ones in Colony Wars in terms of the satisfaction one gets from hearing them. Also, the bright and upbeat colors just make the entire game a treat to look at. Music is great too. If a soundtrack was released I'd put it on my iPod.

Again, this game is still a must buy. The addition of extra missions and the sheer insanity of this game is great. The difficulty makes it very fun and makes you want to keep playing. Now, due to REAL LIFE I havent' finished the game yet. Here's hoping they didn't remove the muffin collection missions. They were some of the best things in the early access.
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361 of 501 people (72%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
3.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 20, 2014
I'm afraid i can't in the least bit recommend this game. I so wanted to love it, and it seriously looked amazing on the trailers.
It had such promise, and it manages to cash in pretty much none of that. There's no feeling of bullet hell of any sort, outside of the gun you're firing when it's actually powered up. You don't need to even concider dodging bullets or beams, because the game's bosses, titans, are actually extremely brittle, and it's trivial to shoot out their weapons in an instant, leaving them as little more than static pieces of scenery.

The only threat in the game comes from the seemingly infinitely spawning random little drone enemies, as well as an indescribably silly decision to put in a time limit.

The game looks great, the bosses look great, so much so, that i'm very sure 80% of the development time went for polishing the graphic quality, at the cost of such small, to them, seemingly less important concepts like gameplay, entertainment, or challenge. The intro song to the game is actually far more entertaining than the game itself, and i think whoever wrote that has a great career ahead of them.

It tells a great deal, that after 15 levels during the writing of this, the leaderboards have only 10 entries, where in the beginning, there were hundreds. The vast majority of people grew bored of the game in less than an hour. With that being said, i can't understand why there are so many positive reviews of it... One citing especially how it has improved over time. I would not have wanted to see the earlier revisions, then.

The creation of your own arena and boss would be an extremely interesting thing, and it was the main draw in the game for me... sadly, however, there's little to no enjoyment in the game, so there's little to no point in taking the effort of creating anything for it.

On a personal note, the vast majority of the game's in-level music is also awful, but it is easy to turn it off. I shouldn't need to do that, however. The music in the trailers are, outside of the theme song, the sole good tracks in the game. The rest are the worst of the worst kind of dubstep.

PS. I think the game would be far, far, far more interesting, if the health pools of the bosses were 10x the value of all parts combined, and you could not shoot off parts. The decision not to do a unified health system, but allow the players to completely make the bosses harmless baffles me to no end.
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53 of 57 people (93%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
11.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 20, 2015
Way too much fun. Fast paced, Perfectly challenging, Awsomeness.

This game does so much perfectly:
- Great Platforming.
- The right amount of speed and control in your movements.
- Boss Battles and individual missions are fun as hell to play through.
- Shooting down titans bit by bit is incredably satisfying
- Some moments genuinely made me laugh.
- Cool Music
- Jetpacks.

It's ♥♥♥♥ing awesome. A perfect game if you want a fun and satisfying game.
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72 of 87 people (83%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
296.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 19, 2014
Drunken Robot Pornography has a unique concept to go along with its memorable title. You take control of Reuben Mastumoto, who is having a real bad day. He accidentally made his robot bartender, Tim, self-aware and presumably being slightly freaked out by this, Tim burned down Reuben's bar and stole all the other robot staff members.Now Reuben has to defend Boston from Tim and the awesome titans he's created from the former bar staff. The premise of Drunken Robot Pornography is absurd but it's the basis of a solid game that blends the massive bosses of a bullet-hell shmup and the tight first-person shooter arenas of something like Quake III.The levels are broken out into individual, self-contained challenges. It’s a first-person shooter and you have a jetpack, and each stage is a multi-tiered jungle gym in which you bounce around and blast away at endless waves of enemies. It doesn’t take long after you begin the stage for the boss, always in the form of a giant, menacing robot, to appear and the real fight to begin. While there’s technically a story in DRP, it mostly hangs in your periphery as you focus on mastering the mechanics of the movement and combat.Completing each stage is not as straight-forward as simply staying alive long enough to deplete the boss’s health. The stages are timed so you also have to be swift in carrying out your attack, which is tough when you’re constantly on the move, avoiding enemy fire and chasing power-ups.While the premise of DRP is interesting and the gameplay challenging, I felt the level design left a lot to be desired. It’s frustrating to be constantly fighting the controls, not because they’re bad, but because your attention is split between maneuvering around the stage and shooting stuff. Also, the bosses themselves are somewhat cookie-cutter, at least in function, so sometimes it can get repetitive.The giant robot bosses look really cool, though, and you can tell the developers put a lot of work into the visual presentation of them.DRP follows a fortunate trend in the indie game scene and boasts an interesting visual style and an electric soundtrack. It’s certainly fun to look at, and the array of electronic beats suit the style of the game perfectly.Comic relief comes from a robot partner who you never see but is always talking, usually alerting you when your health is low but also taking the time to crack jokes that are actually funny. Drunken Robot Pornography is a game that is bursting with style but somewhat lacking in substance. After a while the gameplay gets a bit repetitive as, after all, each stage is essentially a glorified boss fight. Still, there’s a great challenge and lots of fun to be had here, and the packed in editor almost certainly guarantees that interesting new content will always be right around the corner.
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237 of 345 people (69%) found this review helpful
182 people found this review funny
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 31, 2014
expected porn.

♥♥♥♥ is not porn
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207 of 311 people (67%) found this review helpful
51.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 16, 2014
The Name, odd. The Game, AWESOME! If you love all out action in shot form, this game is for you! Heh, the name actually makes sense after I say that! Throw your wallet at DRP! It's more than worth it!
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1.0 hrs
Posted: October 18
Haha the title says PORN
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2.7 hrs
Posted: October 6
I had below average eyesight before I played this game.

Thanks to DRP, now I am completely blind.

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[CKW] 8-Bit Hero
1.0 hrs
Posted: October 4
Too simplistic both in plot and in gamplay.
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8.5 hrs
Posted: September 19
It's got it's problems, such as the broken difficulty curve, but I really enjoyed this. Blowing up robots is fun, and this game is nothing but blowing up robots. Also, the dialog is hilarious and it has an amazing theme song.
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41.8 hrs
Posted: September 12
Surprisingly the gameplay is actually extremely fun and challenging
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2.4 hrs
Posted: September 11
All I ever wanted was a chance to play Inago Rage again.

Thanks Dejobaan.
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3.7 hrs
Posted: September 8
As I've come to expect from Dejoban Games productions, Drunken Robot Pornography is loosely constructed and ultimately unsatisfying. Although it looks fun in appearance and is even decidedly original in concept, it's ability to deliver is where it fails. Controls are floppy and far from tight. Visuals are good but overwhelming. There's too much to look at and not enough rhyme, reason, or order to draw things together. Humor is present, but only in the pseudo-highschool sense that Dejoban Games seems to return to time and time again. This was my last attempt with their production company and I won't be giving another. I'm sorry Dejoban Games - I wanted to like you but you just didn't give me enough reason to.
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The Suspect
15.9 hrs
Posted: September 7
I dont understand a single bit of this game yet its still somehow fun. 10/10
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0.2 hrs
Posted: August 4
I purchased this game, and dropped it like it was hot. Hot ♥♥♥♥.

I IMMEDIATELY could not stand the dialogue, nor the main character's voice acting. It was terrible. I would have focused more on how much I didn't like the weird, floaty gameplay and the boring 1 gun you get to choose from, but that awful voice and writing was just so in my face all the time.

The game isn't bad, it's boring. Buy if you want, I won't tell you how to spend your money. Just make sure to fiddle with the audio controls before you start actually playing.
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