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We Dare may not have a large market within the Asexual community. In fact, the game is unlikely to appeal to Asexuals at all. There may be a large market for the game in the United States, especially in college campuses, but it is unlikely anyone will be able to go into their local game store and just buy it.. The game, which seems to be the electronic version of Twister, incorporates putting players into various suggestive positions. Much like Twister, the We Dare game can be described as “Sex in a box”.
United States players will not see the game and neither will UK players. Boards governing the appropriateness of video games to large audiences have deemed We Dare too racy. (One can only wonder if the Wii version is Wii Dare.)
We Dare is not the first attempt at a sexy game for a console. Peek-a-boo pole dancing was recently ntroduced as a family game for the Wii console, although it did not seem to ever hit the shelves of the nearest Wal-Mart or Gamestop, according to Suite 101.
“Even for very…liberal Wii and PS3 gamers,We Darejust seems like a formulaic, horribly uncomfortable middle school birthday party,” commented Digital Trends.
The game might not make it into the Asexual niche. The last video game to garner any recognition from an Asexual columnist was Silent Hill: Shattered Memories. Asexuals, who are equally unlikely to break out Twister will probably not pay any more attention to We Dare even if they can get through underground channels. Perhaps Ubisoft should return to fixing the problems that made the Blazing Angels Wii version nearly unplayable instead.