Porn Stars Want to Pwn You

September 17, 2011 -

Even with the distraction of a foulmouthed twelve-year-old cursing in your ear, you’ve still got game.  But how well would you hold up against streaming video of a topless porn star?

Adult performers Alana Evans and Misti Dawn have launched PwnedByGirls, a new website that will allow eager gamers to play video games with them or just kick back and watch them mop the floor with competitors who just can’t seem to focus.

Celebrating the launch of Gears of War 3, the first streamed gaming session (which will be recorded and archived for subsequent, uh, review) will kick off on September 20th.

"I am a huge Gears of War fan,” said Evans.  “It's my favorite game to play on Xbox Live, so when I came up with this idea and presented it to Misti, I knew the release date of Gears would be the perfect start date.  Misti is probably the most dedicated gamer girl I know, so she was the obvious choice as my partner for PwnedByGirls.com.”

Dawn added, "I'm very excited to share with our fans the new project we have started. Are you a gamer? Are you sick of pretend gamer girls? Yeah us too. Time to pwn some n00000bs with our b00bs."

Thank goodness the Kinect offers hands-free gaming!  Am I right?

Source: XBIZ via IGN

[Disclosure: I freelance for IGN]

-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Contributing Editor Andrew Eisen


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Re: Porn Stars Want to Pwn You

I certainly would like more girls playing video games in what has been mostly a boys only club. I  don't mean to be preachy but i can't help but feel that this will alienate women even further. This just further sexualizes the female form in an industry that is already saturated with women in skimpy outfits with huge jugs.

 I can't  help but feel that this is an attempt to manipulate, and further cement, the stereotypical gamer, you know the one that is obese, lives in his mothers basement, never touched a breast with their hands.

Now of course these girls might be legit gamers and just happen to enjoy showing off what god has graced them with and decided to combine the two. Sure perhaps there might be a market for this kind of thing. Almost certain there is sadly.

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I'm just wondering, do these girls do co-op 4play?

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I wonder if it becomes a legal gray area when they're playing nude and recording, and a 10-year-old's voice comes through the speakers.

yeah...that sounds bad.

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I'm pretty sure there's a screening process, just like any other adult website. If a kid lies about his age to see topless women playing video games, the women can't be held legally responsible for that.

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*blink*

Well, I guess if years ago people would pay to watch Jenny brush her teeth... people today might pay to watch girls play video games.  I don't get it, but then again I don't get strip clubs either.

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Haha, Gears of War?

Get on TF2 and I'll show you a real good time. Good time as in it's good for me and bad for you since I will be coming from the back, if you catch my drift.

*Ehem*

Gentlemen.

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It's amusing how people can be so nonchalant about it, when on the inside we all know they're interested.

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Is this site payed for by sponsors? I just can't believe that anyone would pay to watch women play topless when there is so much free porn on the internet. Free! It also makes me want to stick to my beloved single player games. On-line gaming is not very girl friendly and I get enough flack for that in real life, thank you very much.

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"Are you sick of pretend gamer girls?"

What do they mean by this? Actual, clothed, girls playing online? :s

 

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I suppose that it really does show that the pornography industry is aiming towards the teenage market, and that it is far from an adult-aimed industry as it once was.

I suppose the typical demographic of GOW3 is that of verbally abusive immature teenage boys who would follow a session of GOW with a session of pornography.

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The age of the average gamer is now 37. Games being "just for kids" is a myth.

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Because the only people who play games are teenage boys..?

 

 

 

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No, but I imagine that only people who want to see naked women fiddling about with some joysticks playing games that feature people being penetrated by vibrating weapons would be teenage boys.

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Thats not fair.

 

What (straight) male is going to be able to concentrate.

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The ones already graced by the sight of fantastic artillery and/or the feel of soft valleys.

Takes more than a pretty lady to distract me.

Re: Porn Stars Want to Pwn You

Posing with the Nintendo zapper from Duck Hunt? That's hardcore gameography.

 
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Wonderkarpjust be happy and encourage it.05/29/2015 - 7:37am
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E. Zachary KnightIron, I did not Google Search because I figured the ESRB would publish such infor on their site, which is where I looked. http://www.esrb.org/ratings/ratings_process.jsp05/29/2015 - 7:22am
WonderkarpDocMelonHead, don't look a gift horse in the mouth05/29/2015 - 7:21am
E. Zachary KnightDoc, Uncalled for. Please keep things civil.05/29/2015 - 7:21am
MattsworknameThey were discussing the appeals process for Esrb ratings Doc.05/29/2015 - 7:21am
DocMelonheadDid IP post something that isn't related to White Supremecy?05/29/2015 - 7:13am
IronPatriotBut hey, you're welcome.05/29/2015 - 5:23am
Andrew EisenEZK did say he didn't find any info on the appeals process. And if all he did was look at the ratings process part of the ESRB's website, he wouldn't have. That's where I would have looked too. But hey, thanks for being thorough and finding the info.05/29/2015 - 5:01am
Andrew EisenDude, again. I am NOT saying there is no appeals process. THERE OBVIOUSLY IS. All I am saying is that the appeals process is not described in the ratings process part of the ESRB's website.05/29/2015 - 4:59am
IronPatriotI googled appeal esrb.org and it is the first and third hits. Second is esrb talking about appeals for web publishers. Gamefaqs is fourth.05/29/2015 - 4:01am
IronPatriotZachary said he did not find any information about a formal appeals process. I did a simple search and found two places on the esrb site with the info. Just sayin.05/29/2015 - 3:57am
IronPatriotOn Google I get "1 Written Testimony of Patricia E. Vance President ... - ESRB" http://www.esrb.org/about/news/downloads/pvtestimony_6_14_06.pdf05/29/2015 - 3:55am
Andrew EisenNow, that post on GameFAQs was made four years ago. It appears the ESRB has since moved the appeals process stuff behind the publisher login on its website.05/29/2015 - 3:32am
Andrew EisenOh, third link on the Google search. Okay. That leads to a GameFAQs message board which quotes a section of the ESRB website that includes a description of the appeals process. But when you follow the link, that quote doesn't exist.05/29/2015 - 3:30am
Andrew EisenThird link down from what? Look, I'm not arguing the existance of an appeals process. There obviously is one. I was merely noting that it's odd that it isn't described on the website's ratings process section but it is on the mobile site.05/29/2015 - 3:25am
IronPatriotOK, so use the third link down, which describes the appeals process and is not on the mobile site"Publishers also have the ability to appeal an ESRB rating assignment to an Appeals Board, which is made up of publishers, retailers and other professionals."05/29/2015 - 2:47am
Andrew EisenRight, which links to the ESRB's mobile site. On the website (again, unless I'm overlooking it) the appeals process is locked behind the publisher login.05/29/2015 - 2:37am
IronPatriotHuh? Google "appeals esrb". It is the first link. Click it. No login requested.05/29/2015 - 2:31am
Andrew EisenInteresting. It's on the mobile site but unless I'm overlooking it, I don't see it under the Ratings Process on the web site. It is under the publishers section but you can't access it without a login.05/29/2015 - 2:13am
 

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