Super Seducer 2 Just Got Announced, with 10 Times the Budget and a Female Character

Super Seducer 2 is coming out on September 12, 2018, this time letting you play as a female and seduce feminists. Check out the trailer.

on August 1, 2018 11:41 AM

Richard La Ruina, effectively the Tommy Wiseau of the gaming industry, isn’t letting controversy from the original Super Seducer hold him back. In fact, he (and developer RLR Training Inc.) already have the game’s sequel Super Seducer 2 primed for a September 12, 2018 release date. And to accompany that release date, we have a brand new trailer for the game that is exactly what you imagine it is.

If you haven’t heard of the Super Seducer series, the game is essentially an interactive manual into the art of “pick-up.” Just like the original, Super Seducer 2 will be an FMV game where putting on the wrong moves with girls will trigger an over-the-top reaction about you getting shut down.

But what is changing between the two games? According to the game’s Steam page, the title is returning with ten times the budget of the original — implying that the first game was a success, despite think pieces that came down on it. On top of that, players will be able to take on a women’s point of view to get “unparalleled insight into the female mind in dating simulations.”

As far as situations go, La Ruina is hoping to help you navigate some of the trickier dating issues plaguing 2018. This includes a boss asking out their secretary, how to ask out “a feminist” whose tough-guy friends want to “squash you,” and the intricacies of interracial dating.

Super Seducer 2 is coming out exclusively for PC on September 12, 2018; meanwhile, check out the trailer below that looks less like a game trailer, and more like a vodka advertisement:

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Tomas Franzese is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, writing a variety of reviews and shedding light on upcoming games for both PC and consoles. While he has been a gamer most of his life, he began writing for DualShockers in 2016 and has almost never put his computer or a controller down since.