Sure, there's hundreds of eroge out there, and these games all have their own specific brands. You might think that an established company would be in demand, but sadly many of these brands are falling by the wayside very easily. In fact, based on an assessment of eroge brands that released their first games in 2002, only about 20% have survived the past eight years.
While I don't play eroge (instead I get to listen to Brad read erotic fan fiction aloud--close enough), it's still disheartening to see so many companies biting the dirt.
Check out Canned Dogs to see the entire chart of brands to see whether your favorite eroge companies have survived, disbanded, or languished without publishing new content.
Are any of your favorites still going strong? Are you sad to see some go?
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