Is that a word? If not, this game just invented it.
I try not to read misogynistic undertones into video games. Really, I do. The Void, though, proudly and repeatedly insists on presenting itself as such, however, so there's no easy out on this one.
The Void revolves around traveling about various realms, growing and collecting colors, and forcing them down the throats of naked women. They are starving, you see, as their world dies, and are completely helpless to feed themselves without a Brother to take care of them. This is not me putting words in the game's mouth; one of the first Sisters you meet actually laments that when she was born, no Brother arrived to care for her.
The Sisters all espouse some wisdom about how to survive in the realm, and claim to know the realm's secrets, yet can't even feed themselves. You have to do this, the naked male hero of this story. Many of them will even curse you as you 'feed' them, and make a big deal about how they cannot refuse a feeding. But man, do they ever squirm in ecstasy after your force yourself on them.
I'm sure there's other parts to the plot, but after two hours of gameplay, little had changed, and the sheer nastiness of the game had worn out its welcome. I gave it its chance. If the game later turns into an empowering message of true love, well, it's too little too late.
Graphically, it's fine, well done, even. A lot of care is taken to make the Sisters look good and the Brothers look hideous.
The actual gameplay is frustrating and imprecise. The game gleefully takes away player agency at the drop of a hat, and drawing runes is fiddly. The map is an utter mess, and nearly unusable.
The main gameplay involves seeding colors across the world and collecting them afterwards, so it's mainly just resource management. Everything about this game is laboriously slow and unforgiving, from the resource gathering to the plodding movement of the main character. The game feels like a chore.
There are some interesting ideas in this game. The Void itself, the idea of ascending into another realm or descending into Oblivion. But any sparks of interest are quickly smothered in breasts, and not in a fun way, either.