Ryona in games

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This is a list containing games known to have ryona content, regardless of the degree or whether or not ryona is the main theme of the game.

Super Nintendo

Battle Blaze
Battle Tycoon
Battle Master (SNES)
Battle Zeque Den
Brawl Brothers
Clay Fighters TE
Death Brade
Doomsday Warrior
Double Dragon V : The Shadow Falls
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (Zako only)
Fighter's History: Mizoguchi Kiki Ippatsu!
Final Fight 2
Final Fight 3
Ghost Chaser Densei
Ghoul Patrol
Hana no Keiji
Justice League Task Force
Killer Instinct
Makeruna! Makendou 2
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers : Fighting Edition
Peace Keepers
Pretty Fighter
Ranma Nibunnoichi - Hard Battle
Shaq Fu
Sonic Blast Man (Zako in Japanese version only)
Sonic Blast Man II
Spider-Man/Venom: Maximum Carnage (Zako only)
Spider-Man/Venom: Separation Anxiety (Zako only)
Street Combat
Super Metroid
Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
The Ninja Warriors Again
The Pirates of Dark Water
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Tournament Fighters (SNES)
Tuff E Nuff
Ultimate Fighter
Weapon Lord
Wild Guns
X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse
Zombies Ate My Neighbors

Nintendo 64

Bio Freaks
Clayfighters 63 1/3
Deadly Arts (or G.A.S.P.)
Dual Heroes
Fighter's Destiny
Fighter's Destiny 2
GoldenEye 007
Killer Instinct Gold
Mace : The Dark Age
The World is Not Enough 007
War Gods
Xena : The Talisman of Fate

Nintendo DS

Bleach: The Blade of Fate
Bleach: Dark Souls
Castlevania series
Guilty Gear Dust Strikers
Izuna series
Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword

Nintendo 3DS

Dead or Alive: Dimensions
Resident Evil: Revelations

Gamecube

007: Agent Under Fire
007: Everything or Nothing
007: Nightfire
Bloody Roar: Primal Fury
Capcom VS SNK 2 EO
Eternal Darkness
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy
Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects
Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
Mortal Kombat: Deception
Resident Evil
Resident Evil Zero
Soul Calibur II
Super Smash Bros. Melee
TimeSplitters 2
TimeSplitters Future Perfect
WWE Day of Reckoning
WWE Day of Reckoning 2
X-Men: Next Dimension

Wii

Bleach: Shattered Blade
Castlevania: Judgment
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus
Metroid: Other M
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
Samurai Shodown Anthology
Soul Calibur Legends
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Tatsunoko VS Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars
The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga
Tournament of Legends

Wii U

Bayonetta 2
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge

Genesis (or Mega Drive)

Alien Storm
Alisia Dragoon
Blades of Vengeance
Contra - Hard Corps
Cutthroat Island
Eternal Champions
Ex-Mutants
Golden Axe
Golden Axe 2
Golden Axe 3
Justice League Task Force
The Pirates of Dark Water
Rolling Thunder 2
Shaq Fu
Streets of Rage
Streets of Rage 2
Streets of Rage 3
Sword of Sodan
Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles - Tournament Fighters (Genesis)
Trouble Shooter

Saturn

Fighters Megamix
Fighting Vipers
Last Bronx
Virtua Fighter
Virtua Fighter 2

Dreamcast

Fighting Vipers 2
Guilty Gear X
Marvel VS Capcom
Marvel VS Capcom 2
Mortal Kombat Gold
Plasma Sword
Power Stone
Power Stone 2
Project Justice
Psychic Force 2012
Soul Calibur
Street Fighter 3
Virtua Fighter 3tb

Playstation

Abalaburn
Advanced Variable Geo
Advanced Variable Geo 2
Battle Arena Toshinden
Battle Arena Toshinden 2
Battle Arena Toshinden 3
Battle Master (PS)
Bio Freaks
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S
Bloody Roar
Bloody Roar 2
Cardinal Syn
Critical Blow
Criticom
Dead or Alive
Dynasty Warriors
Ehrgeiz
Evil Zone
Fighter Maker
Fighters' Impact a
Fighting Eyes
Goiken Muyou 2
Guilty Gear
Inuyasha - Senkogu Otogi Kassen
Kakugo no Susume
Kensei : Sacred Fist
Killing Zone
Makeruna! Makendo 2
Master's Fighter
Metal Gear Solid
Pocket Fighter
Psychic Force
Rival Schools
Shaolin
Soul Edge (or Soul Blade)
Star Gladiator
Star Wars : Masters of Tera Kasi
Street Fighter EX plus alpha
Street Fighter EX 2 plus
Tekken
Tekken 2
Tekken 3
Thrill Kill
Tobal no 1
Tobal no2
Toshinden 4
Twin Goddesses
Virtual Hiryu no Ken
VS Fighting
War Gods
WCW Backstage Assault
Wu-Tang : Taste the pain (or Wu-Tang : Shaolin style)
X-Men : Mutant Academy
X-Men : Mutant Academy 2
X : Unmei no Tatakai
Yusha : Heaven's Gate
Zero Divide
Zero Divide 2

Playstation 2

007: Agent Under Fire
007: Everything or Nothing
007: Nightfire
Aeon Flux
Barbarian
Beat Down: Fists of Vengeance
Bloody Roar 3
Bloody Roar 4
Buffy: Chaos Bleeds
Capcom Fighting Evolution
Capcom VS SNK 2
Celebrity Deathmatch
Champions of Norrath
Champions: Return to Arms
Crimson Tears
Dark Angel
Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore
Death by Degrees
Def Jam: Vendetta
Def Jam: Fight for NY
Devil Kings
Devil May Cry 2
Dynasty Warriors series
Fatal Fury Battle Archives: Volume 1
Fatal Fury Battle Archives: Volume 2
Fighting Angels
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy
Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows
Ghost in the Shell
God Hand
Guilty Gear X
Hard Knock High
Haunting Ground
Justice League Heroes
King of Fighters: Maximum Impact
King of Fighters: Maximum Impact 2
King of Fighters 2000/2001
King of Fighters 2002/2003
King of Fighters 2006
King of Fighters XI
Ku-on
Love Upper!
Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects
Marvel VS Capcom 2
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
Mortal Kombat: Deception
NeoGeo Battle Coliseum
Nightshade
Oneechanbara
Onimusha: Blade Warriors
Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams
Onimusha: Samurai's Destiny
Onimusha: Warlords
Primal
Resident Evil Code: Veronica X
Rise of the Kasai
Rogue Ops
Rumble Roses
Sega Genesis Collection
Smackdown Vs. RAW series
SNK vs Capcom : SVC Chaos
Soul Calibur 2
Soul Calibur 3
Spy Fiction
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection
Street Fighter EX 3
The Bouncer
Tekken Tag Tournament
Tekken 4
Tekken 5
Tenchu : Wrath of Heaven
Tenchu : Fatal Shadows
TimeSplitters
TimeSplitters 2
TimeSplitters Future Perfect
Urban Reign
Virtua Fighter 4
X-Men: Next Dimension

Playstation Portable

Guilty Gear Judgment
Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny

Playstation 3

Assassins Creed Liberation HD
Arcana Heart 3
Bayonetta
Blade Kitten (no ryona)
Dragon's Dogma
Dynasty Warriors 6
Dynasty Warriors 6: Empires
Dynasty Warriors 7
Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce
Folklore
Genji: Days of the Blade
Heavenly Sword
Heavy Rain
Hunted: The Demon's Forge
Marvel VS Capcom 2
Marvel VS Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
Ninja Gaiden Sigma
Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2
Persona 4 Arena
Resident Evil 5
Resident Evil 6
Soul Calibur 4
Soul Calibur 5
Street Fighter 4
Super Street Fighter 4
Street Fighter X Tekken
Tekken 6
Tekken Hybrid
Ultimate Marvel VS Capcom 3
Warriors: Legends of Troy
WWE Smackdown vs RAW series

MAME (Arcade Emulator)

Aggressors of Dark Kombat
Alien Syndrome
Alien Storm
Alien vs. Predator
Arabian Fight
Arabian Magic
Astra Super Stars
Asura Blade - Sword of Destiny
Asura Buster - Eternal Warriors
Asylum
Athena
Avengers in Galactic Storm
Battle Circuit
Battle Cry
Battle K-Road
Best of Best
Big Fight: Big Trouble in the Atlantic Ocean
Blandia (prototype)
Blood Warrior
Bloody Storm
Burning Rival
Cadash
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs
Crystal of Kings, The
Daraku Tenshi - The Fallen Angels
Dark Edge
Dark Seal
Dead or Alive
Denjin Makai
Devil World (or Dark Adventure)
Die Hard Arcade (or Dynamite Deka)
Double Dragon (beat'em up)
Dragon Master
Dragoon Might
Dungeon Magic
Dungeons and Dragons: Shadow over Mystara
Dungeons and Dragons: Tower of Doom
Elevator Action Returns
Far East of Eden: Kabuki Clash
Fatal Fury series
Fight Fever
Fighter's History
Fighter's History Dynamite - Karnov's Revenge
Fighting Layer
Gaia Crusaders
Gaiapolis
Galaxy Fight - Universal Warriors
Garou - Mark of the wolves
GI Joe
Gladiator (aka Ohgon no Siro) (Zako only)
Golden Axe
Golden Axe: Revenge of Death Adder
Golden Axe : The Duel
Growl (Henchwomen to fight)
Guardians / Denjin Makai II
Guardians of the 'Hood
Gun Master
Gunbird 2
Gunforce 2
Guwange
Kaiser Knuckle
Killer Instinct
Killer Instinct 2
Kizuna Encounter: Super Tag Battle
Knights of Valour Plus / Sangoku Senki Plus
Knuckle Heads
Legend of Heroes
Legend of Silkroad, The
Legionnaire (not currently playable in MAME)
Martial Champion
Martial Masters
Marvel Super Heroes
Marvel Super Heroes VS Street Fighter
Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
Matrimelee (aka Shin Gouketsuji Ichizoku Toukon)
Metamoqester
Mighty Warriors
Monster Maulers
Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat 2
Mutant Fighter
Mystic Warriors
Night Slashers
Ninja Commando
Ninja Master's - haoh-ninpo-cho
Onna Sansirou - Typhoon Gal
Oriental Legend
Outfoxies
Pirates
Pit Fighter (Zako only)
Power Instinct
Power Instinct 2
Power Instinct 3 - Groove on Fight
Power Instinct Legends
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon
Rabbit
Rage of the Dragons
Ragnagard/Shin-Oh-Ken
Rolling Thunder 2 (slightly better than Genesis variant)
Schmeiser Robo
SD Fighters
Sengoku 3
Shadow Force
Shock Troopers
Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad
Sol Divide: The Sword of Darkness
Soldier Girl Amazon
Spider-Man: The Videogame (Black Cat playable)
Street Fighter : The Movie (Arcade)
Suikoenbu/Outlaws of the Lost Dynasty
Sunset Riders (henchwomen to fight)
Superior Soldiers
Survival Arts
SVC Chaos: SNK VS Capcom
Tao Taido
Tattoo Assassins
Tengai / Sengoku Blade: Sengoku Ace Episode II
Tenth Degree (prototype)
The Killing Blade
The Last Blade
The Last Blade 2
Time Killers
Undercover Cops
Vicious Circle (prototype)
Violent Storm
Voltage Fighter - Gowcaizer
Waku-Waku 7
Warrior Blade - Rastan Saga Episode III
Wizard Fire
World Heroes
World Heroes 2 Jet
X-Men
X-Men VS Street Fighter
Zero Team (not currently playable in MAME)

Neo-Geo

Art of Fighting series
Breakers / Breakers Revenge
Double Dragon (1 on 1 Fighting game)
King of Fighting series
Last Blade 2
Metal Slug series
Savage Reign

Xbox

007: Agent Under Fire
007: Everything or Nothing
007: Nightfire
Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood
Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu
Beat Down: Fists of Vengeance
Bloodrayne 2
Bloody Roar Extreme
Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Capcom Fighting Evolution
Capcom VS SNK 2 EO
Catwoman
Dead or Alive 3 / Dead or Alive Ultimate
Def Jam: Fight For NY
Dynasty Warriors series
Fantastic 4
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy
Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows
Justice League Heroes
Kakuto Chojin
King of Fighters: Maximum Impact Maniax
Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects
Marvel VS Capcom 2
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
Mortal Kombat: Deception
Red Ninja: End of Honor
Soul Calibur 2
Spikeout: Battle Street
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection
Sudeki
Tao Feng: Fist of the Lotus
TimeSplitters 2
TimeSplitters Future Perfect
X-Men: Next Dimension

Xbox 360

Assassins Creed Liberation HD
Bayonetta
Bullet Witch
Dante's Inferno : Trials of St. Lucia
Dead or Alive 4
Dead or Alive 5
Dragon's Dogma
Dynasty Warriors 7
Dynasty Warriors series
Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage
Golden Axe: Beast Rider
Hunted: The Demon's Forge
Kameo
Kengo : Legend of the 9
Kingdom Under Fire: Circle Of Doom
Lollipop Chainsaw
Marvel VS Capcom 2
Marvel VS Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe
Mortal Kombat (2011)
Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad
Persona 4 Arena
Resident Evil 5
Resident Evil 6
Rumble Roses XX
Soul Calibur 4
Soul Calibur 5
Street Fighter 4
Super Street Fighter 4
Street Fighter X Tekken
Tekken 6
Tenchu Z
Ultimate Marvel VS Capcom 3
Warriors: Legends of Troy (Europe only)
WWE Smackdown vs RAW series

PC

Assassins Creed Liberation HD
Alias
Apocalyptica
Bikini Karate Babes
Bloodrayne 2
Catwoman
Cyber Gladiators
Demon Stone
Diablo series
Diablo 3
Dino Crisis
Dragon Age Origins
Dragon Age 2
Elder Scrolls series
FAKK2: Heavy Metal
FX Fighter
FX Fighter Turbo
Hunted: The Demon's Forge
Fallout 3
Fifth Element
Jade Empire
Left 4 Dead
Left 4 Dead 2
Nightmare Creatures
Oni
Sacred
Sacred 2 (no ryona)
Silver
Star Wars: Jedi Academy
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Resident Evil
Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 3
Resident Evil 4
Resident Evil 5
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
Tomb Raider series
Tomb Raider (2011)
Venetica
Watchmen: The End is Nigh Part II
Warriors of Elysia
X-Blades
Xenophage

Commodore Amiga

Body Blows series
Dangerous Streets
Fightin' Spirit

MMO Games

Age of Conan
Aika Online
Aion Online
Archlord
Argo Online
Blade & Soul
Champions Online
City of Heroes/City of Villains
Continent of the Ninth
DC Universe Online
Dragon Nest
Dungeon Fighter Online
Dynasty Warrior Online
Eden Eternal
Elsword
Guild Wars
Guild Wars 2
Land of Chaos Online
Lineage 2
Marvel Heroes 2015 (no ryona)
Metin 2
Microvolts
MU Online
Prius Online
Reign of Revolution
Requiem
Rusty Hearts
Shaiya
Soul of the Ultimate Nation
Sword 2/Granado Espada
Tera Online
Vindictus
World of Warcraft
Zone 4

Credits to ajstevus for originally starting this list.
 
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detritus

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Do you guys think we should have different lists for this? Some games have like one female enemy or incredibly poor interaction with one playable female character and I'm reluctant to even put them in the list.

I was thinking maybe two separate lists for female protagonists and antagonists in games. Or maybe sorting them somehow based on the level of ryona in the game, although I have no idea how we could quantify that.
 

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i was thinking a-z list but this is actually much better. if we later add game specific wiki articles it's probably possible to link those here?
should we add games with no ryona and explain that there's no ryona? should we rate ryona games somehow? like 0-5 score?
 

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I'm considering buying the pay-for version of this wiki addon that will automatically link to other articles by matching article names among other things (like at wikipedia.com), so we could have game specific pages. I'm wondering if we should maybe use the thread rating system to rate the level of ryona in the game. I'd like to get more feedback as early on as possible so we don't work on articles that we end up having to change.
 

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cool but why couldn't we just use urls? what i'm trying to say is that many peeps don't probably use the wiki so i don't know about bying expensive components... but hey, it's your site :)
anyway... the rating idea sounds good.

other thing i almost forgot: perhaps we should toss consoles that definitely have no ryona games like game boy advance? :D
 
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Imo a small description what type and degree of Ryona awaits you for each game is enough, and if someone wants to make a whole new article for an game he can link that article here; 1-2 sentences don't justify an whole new article imo.
I don't know what are all the benefits the pay-for version has, but as onlinehero said to link to other articles you can easily use the url.

I'm wondering if we should maybe use the thread rating system to rate the level of ryona in the game.
I'm wondering what you mean by the "thread rating system"?!
 

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My original thought of this was to have links to articles for each game that would go into detail about the ryona in the game. Like playable female characters, female enemies, types of damage you can take, and maybe some screenshots etc. Obviously some games would have more info than others depending on how much people know about the game.

If you look on the top right of the wiki article, there's a "Rate this thread" drop down menu.
 

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I remember looking up a japanese ryona wiki, which they do tell you more about the game and tell you just what kind of ryona your facing. A list of if your playing as the girl or if your beating the girl up does wonders to people looking for those types of games (such as me).

I think we should just be able to edit each one as we would like. Like, alot of people know about the Soulcalibur ryona world by now that we can have so much information on it, but with stuff like Zombies Ate my Neighbor only a one sentence thing could help. A wiki is an ongoing project that really has no end to it.
 

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I can start writing posts for individual games when I have time, if you guys want me to. I'm pretty good with research.
 

pirajacinto

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I can do the same for my own games. Most of the games I buy involves ryona in some way or another (when I'm thinking of random games than games I REALLY want, I always look for ryona ways for me to play it).
 

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I do like the idea for linking each game to an article that talks about the ryona hotspots. A wiki has to grow from experts and researchers, so, yeah, let's just try to get moving on what you personally have played and go from there. There's no way one person can possibly do justice to every single game on the list.

Thing is, how do we determine what's worth listing? Take a game like World of Warcraft, are there are specific points where the ryona is obvious, or is it just the general way you can play as a female and be hit with all types of damaging attacks and magic?
 
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I would say anything that's famous for ryona, has a main character be female, or any game that has a few varieties of ryona. So with WoW, if the female can be stunned or frozen or something like that, I could be worth posting. I don't think we have to put too much thought into it.
 

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I've replaced any "Reverse Ryona" with "Male Ryona". Imo the second term is more intuitive to understand because when you hear "Reverse Ryona" you might think about girls dishing out the pain instead of receiving.
 

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I've replaced any "Reverse Ryona" with "Male Ryona". Imo the second term is more intuitive to understand because when you hear "Reverse Ryona" you might think about girls dishing out the pain instead of receiving.
Well, that was my intent, being that ryona is girls receiving pain, the reverse would be her delivering it in a unique or alluring way.

However, after some thinking, I've come to the conclusion that ryona as a fetish is what it is because of the response to pain, etc., not the delivery of, so by applying "male ryona" the context is a little clearer. I did see the two terms brought up by another user and I have to realize that while I make like to see girls giving it out against males, that I'm focusing on the female with "reverse ryona" when it would really be the male that's the focused (to see him suffer).

I think? Anyway, I'll have to get used to calling it that, thanks.
 

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Well, that was my intent, being that ryona is girls receiving pain, the reverse would be her delivering it in a unique or alluring way.

However, after some thinking, I've come to the conclusion that ryona as a fetish is what it is because of the response to pain, etc., not the delivery of, so by applying "male ryona" the context is a little clearer. I did see the two terms brought up by another user and I have to realize that while I make like to see girls giving it out against males, that I'm focusing on the female with "reverse ryona" when it would really be the male that's the focused (to see him suffer).
Now that I think about it I'm mostly not interested into neither Female nor Male Ryona if the attacker isn't a female.
Differentiating between "Male Ryona" and "Reverse Ryona" might be a good idea, or it is too specific?
 

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I'm gonna vote too specific. It should be one or the other, ryona (against female) male ryona (against male) I would think yuri is good enough to denote female vs. female ryona, and I'm sure there is a term that could be used to denote male vs. male if needed. I think what's most important is to specify who's receiving.
 

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My original thought of this was to have links to articles for each game that would go into detail about the ryona in the game. Like playable female characters, female enemies, types of damage you can take, and maybe some screenshots etc.
I'll do that with glee for more than a hundred games, but as you know, I won't have that kind of time until August 2011 :-/

Do you guys think we should have different lists for this? Some games have like one female enemy or incredibly poor interaction with one playable female character and I'm reluctant to even put them in the list.

I was thinking maybe two separate lists for female protagonists and antagonists in games. Or maybe sorting them somehow based on the level of ryona in the game, although I have no idea how we could quantify that.
There must certainly be some degree of separation between "good" and "barely passable" ryona content. My idea of quantification would be the number of moves each girl-beating character has. For example, a modern fighting game character has lots of attacks so it's "good" content, a 1990 Beat'em up has only one move per character so it's "barely passable" content. I'm tempted to go even more mathematically into it and multiply the number of different opponents to the number of their individual moves, but that'd probably be going too far!

Oh, and +1 to making clear which games have female protagonists, which antagonists, and which both. This could be done by using different list, different colors, or even a different subfixes in front of each game (for example [A]Captain Commando). And -1 to the idea of involving "male ryona" in the list in any kind of form, which would effectively mean listing every action/fighting game in existence.

1-2 sentences don't justify an whole new article imo.
But it does, though, as certain games have nothing noteworthy to write beyond 1-2 sentences, and it'd clog up this page if we write 2 sentences next to each entry.
 

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But it does, though, as certain games have nothing noteworthy to write beyond 1-2 sentences, and it'd clog up this page if we write 2 sentences next to each entry.
I meant it in related to the quality of the article, not the amount of ryona content itself; I didn't expected that most articles about a single game would be as detailed and well-written as so far every single one is.

I think it not necessary, and it may be even harmful, to "rate" the ryona level of a game. First the kind and number of possible attacks should be already covered by the description, and second tastes are different, therefor also the definition of a game with "good ryona" content, and it might start quarreling when e.g. a game is rated with "passable ryona" content when some else thing the ryona content is excellent.
I suggest a list of suffixes behind the name of each game in the main list, and a key at the bottom of the article, e.g. f_PC, m_PC, f_NPC, m_NPC. Imo that's the most easiest to understand, and if we want we can later add abbreviations for popular kinds of ryona, too.

I would say every game regardless of the kind of ryona can be added as long as the person makes the effort to write an at least decent article about it. I wouldn't add a game that have nothing worth mentioning beyond a few sentences to the main list in the first place, but when someone already wrote an article about the game I don't mind if he also adds it to the main list.

Btw: I cannot see how previous versions of an article looked like; can only admins see that or does this wiki lack that feature?
 

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I meant it in related to the quality of the article, not the amount of ryona content itself; I didn't expected that most articles about a single game would be as detailed and well-written as so far every single one is.

I would say every game regardless of the kind of ryona can be added as long as the person makes the effort to write an at least decent article about it. I wouldn't add a game that have nothing worth mentioning beyond a few sentences to the main list in the first place, but when someone already wrote an article about the game I don't mind if he also adds it to the main list.
I was referring to the quality of the article as well, and you can't expect the articles for all games to be as well-written as the current ones. What happens when we review an old beat'em up for instance? We will write "This game contains a female protagonist and each of your opponents can throw a punch and a kick" ... and that's about it. Because there is nothing more to write. And I thoroughly disagree with the phrase in bold. Whether you have something worth mentioning or not, every game with ryona elements must be written in the list, not just for the sake of completion (which is reason enough for me) but also for the reason you yourself stated later in your post : Our tastes in ryona are so different that someone else might love the game which you decided not to write an article about. It's evident that extremely short articles are a one-way street for a wiki like this.

I think it not necessary, and it may be even harmful, to "rate" the ryona level of a game. First the kind and number of possible attacks should be already covered by the description, and second tastes are different, therefor also the definition of a game with "good ryona" content, and it might start quarreling when e.g. a game is rated with "passable ryona" content when some else thing the ryona content is excellent.
I thought it obvious that the rating will not judge the quality of ryona since that's pretty much impossible, and also harmful as you stated. It can, however, rate its quantity. Even if the possible attacks are listed in the game's description, they should still appear in this main list, for that will make it infinitely more helpful. If someone, for example, is looking for games which include lots of female characters, it will be very easy for him to find them if we use quantity suffixes, but it will be hell for him if he has to open each and every game's description to find them.
 
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