Well now, what do we have here ?
Gaming has changed over the course of three decades. It has replaced non-video party games like Pictionary and Charades. "Party gaming" is almost a genre in and of itself although it usually consists of fun, colorful puzzle games or music-based titles.
But Ubisoft has decided to spice things up with We Dare , the game that is sorta like Spin the Bottle times a zillion. Apparently being designed for the Wii and the PS3 (for the Move, specifically), it'll have you "bob for kisses" and get down and dirty with a little spanking and stripping. Think we're lying? Yeah? Watch this.
Ubisoft's sales pitch is as follows:
"We Dare is a sexy, quirky, party game that offers a large variety of hilarious, innovative and physical, sometimes kinky, challenges. The more friends you invite to party, the spicier the play!"
Enter the feminists (some girl on girl but no guy on guy in that trailer), the concerned parents who still live in 1986 and think this game is designed for their 7-year-old (because all video games are for kids), and just about anyone who finds this titillation offensive. But we're going to bypass all that and exclaim right now-
It's the greatest game idea ever. And I will now go find some willing female individuals who will help us do a video commentary of this game. Watch that sh** hit YouTube like a megaton of bricks.
Related Game(s): We Dare