Ubisoft has released a trailer for its upcoming "sexy" Wii game, We Dare. It involves people spanking each other, getting into homoerotic situations, and filthy striptease dancing. What's more, it's been rated as suitable for ages twelve and up.
"We Dare is a sexy, quirky, party game that offers a large variety of hilarious, innovative and physical, sometimes kinky, challenges," promises the publisher. "The more friends you invite to party, the spicier the play!"
Well, aside from selling smut to minors with sure-to-be hilarious consequences, I have no idea what Ubisoft is doing with this. Just watch the video and try to determine what's worse -- the creepy laughter, the fact that one woman constantly looks uncomfortable and pressured, or the men who look like classic date rapists.
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