We Dare has become one of the most controversial titles of the past few years and it hasn't even been released yet. If conservative parents have anything to say about it, this title will never be released and freedom of expression will no longer exist. Check out all the details after the break. Cheers!
In this episode, Kush and Hendersonman continue their adventure of randomness and feature special guest appearances from Darth Vader and a very feminine robot. -- Topics of discussion: We Dare, iPad 2, Infamous 2, Killzone 3, The Sly Collection, Bulletstorm, Dead Space 2: Severed, Hyperdimension Neptunia, the Dreamcast Collection, You Don't Know Jack, Catherine (again), and plenty of other butterific topics.
"In an industry that sometimes struggles to establish itself as a business that can be enjoyed by adults, one game makes it absolutely clear who the intended audience is, and that title is We Dare. We Dare is an upcoming PS3/Wii title that is being pegged by the mainstream media and gamers alike as the “Wii Swingers” game. The controversy has even made its way to the U.S., a region where the game’s publisher, Ubisoft, has no intention of ever releasing it."
An upcoming 'adult' game has caused controversy over its age rating.
The promotional video for We Dare, a Ubisoft title apparently to be released on the Wii and PS3 in March, shows a group of people participating in the game's challenges. As the trailer continues, they eventually smacking each other, stripping. The box, however, gives the game's age rating as 12.
The predictable outrage from parents resulted in a Ubisoft spokeswoman explaining that the game had been rated independently,...