We Dare – But Not In United States!

The latest controversial title heading to stores in March 2011 is not your typical Wii or PS3 game.  We Dare is a party game unlike any other.   The product description on the Ubisoft site states, ‘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!’ So just what does this mean?  The game, which is due for release in Europe only on March 11, focuses on kinky motion-controlled mini games for up to four players.

From watching the trailer, which has now been pulled from You Tube in the US, the Wii or PS Move controller will be used in ways you never imagined, or at least never admitted to imagining, from simulating kissing to stuffing it down the back of your trousers to capture a spanking motion and a whole lot more!   The Wii Balance Board even gets in on the action ‘for additional game play based on pure mass… are you the lightest one in the group? Perhaps shedding some clothes will even the playing field… it’ll definitely make the party more interesting!’

Key Features A wide and varied range of 40 fun and flirtatious games:
– Select the mood of your party: Enchanting, Persuasive, Naughty, Adventurous and Brainy.
– Dance to your favourite tunes from film and radio.
– Challenge your mates to a flirty strip-tease.
– Multiplayer up to 4 players. A hilarious light-hearted atmosphere with clever characters, coy mini-games and internationally popular music hits: such as Sex Bomb, (I’ve Had The) Time of My Life and many others! Now. Are you ready to play?

Ubisoft states the game is aimed at 20-35 year olds and as much as I land smack bang in the middle of that age bracket, I have to say I can’t see myself rushing out to buy this game.  Apart from the antics of the people playing the game in the trailer, the game itself appears to be quite juvenile.  The PEGI rating of 12 also suggests that game is aimed at a younger age group, although I can’t imagine many parents buying their 12 year olds We Dare.

Have a look at the trailer below and give us your thoughts.


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  • whoa whoa whoa there.. now feel free to correct me if i’m wrong but PEGI rating of 12 doesn’t mean it’s aimed at teenagers. The PEGI rating simply measures what type of content in in the game itself. Based on what we see in the trailer the game itself is just stuff like Miis flying thru rings or doing simple stuff like that. You can’t rate the game 18+ when there’s nothing IN the game itself that’s objectionable.

  • While the content of the game appears harmless, it is the way in which you control the chatacters that seems to be questionable for younger gamers. I don’t really think a stripping mini game is appropriate for 12 year olds. Its caught in the middle gound where the game is to0 juvenille for most 20-35 year olds but a bit too old for the younger gamers. You never know though-alcohol may help!