We Dare was more famous for its commercial than its gameplay, largely because the backlash to the trailer was so strong that Ubisoft basically cancelled it.
We Dare is supposedly all spank this, spank that, put this in your mouth, lick that. But that's fantasy — make believe. And the game's French publisher, Ubisoft, is getting its knuckles rapped for it.
We Dare, the Wii party game whose marketing suggests it's much naughtier than it really is, won't be released in the United Kingdom. Publisher Ubisoft is pulling the game back after a rating found it suitable for kids 12 and up.
We Dare, the Ubisoft upcoming game for swingers, is rated ages 12-and-up in Europe. Ah, kids these days.
Even though the game ratings authority in the U.K. says "the average 16-year-old would think everything in We Dare was beneath them," politicians, parents and media there are apoplectic that Ubisoft's ridiculous swinger-party game was rated a 12 - meaning suitable for kids.