Virtual Reality Girls is a VR-based title featuring CG women in various states of undress who dance for the viewer. Of course a game like this (or multiple) would exist for virtual reality.
Its coming soon page was up for a week, then the game was available for sale for two days before being delisted from Steam. Valve basically stated the game is porn and therefore not allowed. Is it much different from certain visual novels with heavy near nudity and easily accessible adult patches? If any game with full nudity is porn, then shouldn’t that include titles like Outlast?
Virtual Reality Girls is deemed different. Valve really needs to be clearer about its rules regarding sexual content in games so that this doesn’t continue to occur. It remains to be seen if developer ErosVR will release a modified version of their game.