Not too long ago homebrew developers Khan Games announced that they were unofficially bringing the Sierra sleeze 'em up Leisure Suit Larry to the Nintendo NES. After several months finalising the game's code, Larry and the Long Look For A Luscious Lover is just about ready for release - with its official trailer promising plenty of loved up action.
Now making his debut on a Nintendo system 27 years after the original release, albeit under a new name, Larry and the Long Look For A Luscious Lover is anything but a condensed port for the 8-bit console. Khan Games have carefully and loving adapted the adult adventure to fit within the console's constraints, whilst not missing out on any of the raunchy details.
According to the brains behind Khan Games, Kevin Hanley, Nintendo NES fans wanting to get their hands on this fantastic homebrew port may be able to do so as early as next week. Hanley is hoping to release a limited edition run of 23 copies via an auction on the NintendoAge.com forums shortly.
While these deluxe copies of the game will no doubt fetch considerable price tags, all other gamers just wanting to check out Khan Games' latest title will also be able to get stuck in, shortly after the auction. RetroUSB are once again distributing this homebrew title, similar to the many more they have published on physical cartridges over the years.
Until the exact release date of Larry and the Long Look For A Luscious Lover on the Nintendo NES is set, be sure to check out the exclusive trailer of the game in action below - a short clip Khan Games accidentally provided us revealing their most intamate moments with the 8-bit hardware!
Larry (Nintendo NES Homebrew) Exclusive Trailer
(Bonus points for those who can spot Ganon's cameo apperance)
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