Sexually suggestive We Dare game release pulled from UK

Developer pulls We Dare title following raunchy trailer

Orgy-inducing We Dare game jerked from UK distribution

Having caused a stir with its raunchily explicit and highly suggestive advert, developer Ubisoft has announced it is to pull the UK release of the upcoming We Dare game release.

The sexually suggestive trailer that featured lesbian kisses, lap-dancing and bottom-spanking aplenty hinted that orgies were a natural by-product of the game and caused controversy after the title was handed a 12+ age rating by PEGI (Pan European Game Information), the company responsible for the censoring of all European game releases.

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Announcing the decision via an official statement, We Dare developer Ubisoft revealed the game was pulled “following public reaction to the 12+ rating of We Dare.”

Whilst gaming fans in the UK and US looking to do the Nintendo Wii or PS3 equivalent of having friends over and filling a bowl with car key will miss out, the more liberal minded European gamers will be able to enjoy all the gaming-induced partner-swapping, gyrating, dry-humping they like when We Dare launches on the continent.

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Via: CVG