Forget that Oscar party! You might have more fun if you turned on Ubisoft's new game for Wii and PlayStation, We Dare. See, it isn't your average kiddie videogame. It's also not being released in the U.S. right now, because it is too adult for Americans. So far, only Europeans are being offered the chance to turn up the heat with a little gaming.
We Dare's tag line is, "The more friends you invite to party, the spicier the play!" and it's described as "a sexy, quirky party game that offers a large variety of hilarious, innovative and physical, sometimes kinky, challenges."
Sounds like a good time to me! Unfortunately, a lot of people are being uptight prudes about it ...
Although, I'm not sure why.
Judging from the trailer, the game looks pretty tame. The graphics are just your average Mi characters in Wii world, and challenges and "mini-games" include things like eating an apple together or flying. Granted, you have to balance the controller between your own and another player's your forehead (meaning your lips will be DANGEROUSLY close) -- but that seems more innocent than Spin the Bottle!
Yes, you may end up in a compromising position, and the game does challenge players to perform a "flirty striptease." Uh-oh! Someone bust out the XXX rating sticker. Really, people. Why can't we just live a little? I get that MANY Americans would rather keep anything sexy or sexual confined strictly to the bed, behind closed doors. (Snore.) But this seems like a cool, harmless way to pair technology with something barely risque.
Didn't groups of consenting adults do things that were a lot hotter in the '60s and '70s? We Dare doesn't seem to be anything close to a Key party.
Sadly, even if this does sound like a good time to you, you'll have to go to Europe for now to get your hands on this game-play.
You can check out the ad below ...
Does this seem like a game that's too hot for Americans to handle?
Image via YouTube