Every once in a while you get in to the mood of playing stuff like Corruption of Champions just for the hell of it, but it becomes extremely hard to find titles that play similar to this game that maintain the integrity of the experience. And so that is why we put together this list of games that will definitely not let you down. However, keep in mind that some of these can be pretty obscure and hard to hunt down. Since they are all indie projects, do not go around expecting a AAA experience or you’ll be fast disappointed. So, here is the list of video games similar to Corruption of Champions that are our recommendations. You can play these games like Corruption of Champions on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, iPhone, Android, mac or even online.
‘Anchorhead’ is another popular text based role playing game, albeit without the focus on sexual themes. It takes place in the city of Anchorhead where a demon infestation might occur if you don’t stop the events from happening. Basically, some cult is planning to perform a ritual that will spell doom for the world and your job is to explore the city, find out about their plans and put a stop to it. The game is entirely text based and will sometimes require you to read long sections of the text in order to understand the surroundings of the character. It also introduces basic puzzle mechanics which you need to figure out from the text presented to you, and this adds to the variability of the gameplay.
Most of the games in the genre suffer from recurring tasks that become boring after a point of time, but ‘Anchorhead’ manages to stay fresh right till the very ending. It would have ranked much higher on the list if the gameplay elements and the setting of the game were a bit more similar to ‘Corruption of Champions’, but still it manages to cater to a wide variety of audiences, so why don’t you try it out?
8. The Poor Whore
Don’t judge the game by the name just yet as the game does manage to put in some social values at the basic level. Even though it is not apparent from the first playthrough of the game, you can definitely get a feeling of moral dilemmas plaguing the mind of the developer during production. The game places you in the shoes of a poor prostitute who is travelling from town to town in order to make a living. Some of the clients in the game flat out reject her adding to the complexity of the gameplay. It is set in the Middle Ages, when prostitution was a common thing in the society. That does not mean that prostitutes were not looked down upon.