A RAUNCHY game for the Nintendo Wii has outraged parents who say it promotes orgies and lesbian sex to kids as young as 12. The video trailer promoting We Dare features two couples following on-screen instructions from the console. The girls are seen with the Wii remote dangling suggestively between their lips. Players then hide the “Wiimote” inside their clothes before the others spank their bottoms to control a flying cartoon character on screen.

The men strip off for the girls as part of another task. One version of the promotional video, already seen by 375,000 people on YouTube, ends with the lads swapping partners and apparently going off to have sex. An alternative ending has all four romping together. The game is due for release on the Wii and PlayStation 3 next month.

But parents say the 12+ certificate is a disgrace. Laura Pearson, 52, from Birmingham, said: “I have a 13-year-old daughter. If I knew she was playing a highly-charged sexual game I would be appalled.”

*Antibacterial Wiimote cleaner not included.

  1. snorkelbuddy says:

    I knew I bought a Wii for a purpose!

  2. 1873 Colt says:

    Pretty pathetic.

  3. Floyd says:

    So lock up the raunchy version of the game when the kids are at home, and bring out the “adult” game when it’s just consenting adults.

  4. wayner says:


  5. FRAGaLOT says:

    Alvin and the chipmunks sex game? Surely this isn’t how the game is played, and the Wii-mote controller does not function like this in the video. Only if someone was pulling a prank on a drunk person would do this.

    Obviously the ad lacks in tastes, but it shows how ignorant most people (i.e. parents) are about gaming.

  6. rick says:

    There is a simple solution for concerned parents. Get off of your asses and actually get involved in your childrens lives. It is simple neglect if you let the Wii or any medium of the like to baby sit for you.

  7. admfubar says:

    romping??? like in romper room?? hhmmm that magic mirror has a lot more power that we really knew about..


  8. chris says:

    Lesbian sex results in no pregnancies, so what’s the problem?

    [No problem here – ed.]

  9. canamrotax says:

    the game has nothing to do with this ad, if even a real ad. The Alvin and the chipmunks game was destined to fail, so this is a hail mary play to try and get some publicity before it ends up in the $5 bin at EBgames…

  10. freddybobs68k says:

    All the lonely people
    Where do they all come from?
    All the lonely people
    Where do they all belong?

    Ah, look at all the lonely people.

  11. JoaoPT says:

    Neither gay sex, so what’s the problem?

    As for the story, my commente is:


  12. ramuno says:

    Is anyone actually taking this joke video seriously?

  13. chris says:

    #12 People are complaining it encourages kids to have sex. If they don’t get pregnant or STDs what is the problem?

  14. Sister Mary Hand Grenade of Quiet Reflection says:

    No nun swapping games?

  15. Cap'nKangaroo says:

    “A spokeswoman for French makers Ubisoft said: “We Dare is intended for an adult audience.” She said the age rating was set by an independent European panel.”

    Nuff said.

    On second thought, channel Beavis and Butthead and the name Ubisoft.

  16. lynn says:

    Twister? “Post Office”? Spin-the-bottle? “Doctor”? My goodness me, what will they come up with next.

    Check out what the “bundling board” was back in colonial US.

  17. Rick says:

    The end was funny.


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