The 22 best LGBTQ+ video games to binge-play during Pride Month

Gone Home, Bugsnax, An Outcry, Life Is Strange, and more queer adventures await this June

The 22 best LGBTQ+ video games to binge-play during Pride Month
(Clockwise from bottom-left): The Last Of Us II (Naughty Dog/Sony Computer Entertainment); Gone Home (The Fullbright Company); Steven Universe: Save The Light (Cartoon Network); The Sims 4 (EA/Maxis); Arcade Spirits (PQube); Night In The Woods (Secret Lab/Finji); Dream Daddy (Game Grumps) Image: Allison Corr

Whether you’re partying at a parade or cuddling up on the couch, Pride Month gives LGBTQ+ people an excellent excuse to play. Play with gender, play with makeup, play with bubbles, play with water balloons, play with … whatever!

So, if you’re tuckered out from a magical summer day of seasonal celebration, why not kick back and treat yourself to an equally sparkling adventure on the small screen? Here are 22 LGBTQ+ video games that are perfect for playing this Pride.

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Arcade Spirits is a dating simulator and futuristic novel set in an alternate reality where arcade gaming never went out of style. Play your way through its neon-soaked levels as an employee at The Funplex whose conversations drive the story. You’ll meet a diverse and inclusive cast of characters. But unlike some other dating simulators, this 2019 game doesn’t “make you” pursue romance—allowing asexual gamers to enjoy a platonic connection exclusively if they want.

 
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