A Spicy Evening with We Dare

February 25, 2011 -

Update: Ubisoft has blocked its own video in the United States on YouTube. Watching the video brings up the following copyright notice:

"We Dare - Have a spicy evening !"

This video contains content from Ubisoft, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds.

Original Story: A promotional video for Ubisoft's decidedly adult Wii Party game, We Dare, will either make you cringe or laugh. Is the video some clever joke marketing or are these people serious? It's hard to tell..

This party game is supposed to be played with your "very attractive friends" and asks you to engage in some questionable behavior using the Wii Remote.

The mini-games will lead to some promiscuous behavior or a fistfight with a friend. To quote that classic comedy song, "Hands off my wife, the party's over."

Check out the video and see what all the fuss is about. On a related note, some smart ass has remixed the video Dead Island-style.


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Re: A Spicy Evening with We Dare

Re: A Spicy Evening with We Dare

The Sun's puts it much more eloquently with:

A RAUNCHY game for the Nintendo Wii has outraged parents who say it promotes orgies and lesbian sex to kids as young as 12.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3434472/Raunchy-Nintendo-Wii-g...

Re: A Spicy Evening with We Dare

The game is real. It's available for pre-order on Amazon UK:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/UBI-Soft-We-Dare-Wii/dp/B004ISL3WY/ref=sr_1_6?ie...

Re: A Spicy Evening with We Dare

I would say all the more reason why distrobusion should not be the only benchmark to IP violations, but Youtube has ads,ect so it will be in the IP qugimire regardless if copy right was fixed or not.


I have a dream, break the chains of copy right oppression! http://zippydsmlee.wordpress.com/2010/05/21/cigital-disobedience/


Copyright infringement is nothing more than civil disobedience to a bad set of laws. Let's renegotiate them.

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Re: A Spicy Evening with We Dare

Ubisoft, stop being such a wussy.

You know what the game amounts to?  Go to www.spencersonline.com , look under Fun & Games.  Or, better yet, go to a Spencers in a mall near you.  There's one in the mall near me.  I like going there from time to time to see the crazy little knick knacks they have.  Or the crazy adult games they have.

Any one of those games at Spencers could have had an ad like that one.  Stop crawling under a rock simply because you want to play adult games while you're an adult.  If anything, such games PROVE that console games aren't just for kids.  Don't let the lies and deceit of those who falsely claim that games are just for kids and that adult games are being marketed to kids drive you into a closet.  It's those who use such lies and deceit that should be ashamed.

I AM and adult.  I like playing adult games.  I've never been in the closet over it.  If they don't like it, I DON'T GIVE A SNOT!

Nightwng2000

NW2K Software

http://www.facebook.com/nightwing2000

Nightwng2000 is now admin to the group "Parents For Education, Not Legislation" on MySpace as http://groups.myspace.com/pfenl

Nightwng2000 NW2K Software http://www.facebook.com/nightwing2000 Nightwng2000 is now admin to the group "Parents For Education, Not Legislation" on MySpace as http://groups.myspace.com/pfenl

Re: A Spicy Evening with We Dare

Every day I hate Youtube more and more.  Seems like a solid 1/3 of all Youtube links I come across are dead for one reason or another.  Get some balls, Google, you're practically the god of the internet anyway.

As for the video itself (thanks airford), wow.  The Mii graphics and the subject matter have quite a gulf between them, making it seem inappropriate no matter how you look at it.  Also, parental code 6969?  Classy, Ubi.  Classy.

Re: A Spicy Evening with We Dare

For those too lazy too look: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDGkmR0MhoY

Though this apparently an... interesting game, I don't see the appeal since most of my multiplayer buddies wouldn't want their @$$ slapped, and the few that do...*shudders*

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In regards to the update:

Seriously? The press you were getting from us journalism was that humiliating that you had to ban it from all people in the US? The game idea is weird enough, but now you just pulled an EA.

E. Zachary Knight
Oklahoma City Chapter of the ECA
http://www.theeca.com/chapters_oklahoma

 
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