No sex please, we're gamers: We Dare pulled from UK
So sexually backward are us Brits, that we need computer games and American sexperts to appear on our televisions to tell us what to do with our genitals. Basically, they have other uses than simply staring at them and feeling shamed.
One virtual sex aid is the computer game, We Dare. Basically, it's a game to play with others and hopefully, you'll have a nice orgy at the close of it. Or you would if it hadn't been pulled from being distributed from the UK.
As you can see from the commercial below, the vaguely suggestive trailer features lesbian kisses, lap-dancing and a bit of spanking. Exactly the sort of thing you'd see in a myriad of pop videos.
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.”
So if you were looking forward to getting drunk with a bunch of friends and hoping that a computer game might be able to turn your drab life into a Caligula style writhing sex party, tough cheese. You're just going to have to try and fashion an orgy the old fashioned way by getting people drunk and then being too shy to say anything to anyone.