The short of it is that the new Nintendo Wii game “We Dare” is nothing more than a sex party game and Nintendo in a business where profits is the bottom line has given this sex party game a mere 12+ rating.
Of course, Nintendo is aware that by giving this game a children’s rating that there would be a huge uproar that in the end will result in huge sales for Nintendo while saving the corporation millions of dollars in advertising.
As you can see from the video at the bottom of this post, the outrage and concern of parents are justifiable. There is no room for this game in the family’s playroom, living room or during playtime amongst teenagers.
Moreover, when this game is finally released, it should be marked “adults only” hands down because it is too suggestive for a teen audience.
“A new ‘sexy party’ computer game has outraged parents with lurid adult content which they claim will encourage orgies and under-age sex…
The Nintendo Wii game We Dare has styled itself ‘sexy’ but has only been given a 12+ rating.
The game is to be released on the Wii and Playstation 3 next month, with the promotion line ‘The more friends you invite to party, the spicier the play!’ It is described as ‘a sexy, quirky party game that offers a large variety of hilarious, innovative and physical, sometimes kinky, challenges’….”
We know for sure that teenagers will now rush out to purchase this game as soon as it becomes available. They will engage and young girls will find themselves in situations well over their heads. Not to mention the sexual assaults/rapes that will come about because of this game.
Even more offensive is that Nintendo is promoting homosexuality. In the video, the game starts with three women and two men who are playing the We Dare. By the end of the video, the two men are left alone together in the living room looking miserable; and the three women who participated in the game have now moved off to another room together and from the sounds coming from the backroom, they are having a ball.
Shame on Nintendo. How dare they promote such a video on the backs of children.
Lastly, Nintendo is intentionally pushing this game on young children and promoting promiscuous behavior as can be proven at the end of the video (notice the pictured advertisement of an Alvin and the Chipmunks game that Nintendo claims will be released soon).
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