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Oobgarm
02-17-2009, 10:04 AM
http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3172816 (link to video is NSFW, obviously)

Clever marketing ploy?

Actual content?

If it's the former, I have to give a nod to their marketing department.

Nionel
02-17-2009, 10:56 AM
Wow, leave it to Rockstar to push the envelope, though I have to admit I never figured they'd go this far. I'm guessing that this is actually in the game, as I've seen multiple websites mention it, the game is out today so we'll know for sure soon enough. I can't wait to see what happens when the media finds out about this, they're going to have a field day with it... :(

Nebagram
02-17-2009, 02:45 PM
And yet no one even blinked at the sight of Ewan McGregor's cock in Trainspotting. Frankly, I think Rockstar are pioneers, for having the guts to try to treat videogames as an equal medium in this way. If only this message doesn't get lost beneath the 'they're selling kids porn that's clearly labelled for over 18s only!' brigade.

Kitsune Sniper
02-17-2009, 02:54 PM
Um. Not work safe, of course.

http://gamevideos.1up.com/video/id/23672

MY EYES

Edit:
However, now that I've seen it... is the original GTA4 this well acted? I liked the facial expressions, that bald guy... you just feel bad for him, haha!

heybtbm
02-17-2009, 02:58 PM
Ewan McGregor's cock

That would make an awesome band name.

j_factor
02-17-2009, 03:19 PM
They could've done a better job modeling his genitals. Not very realistic looking.

iloveguns
02-17-2009, 03:35 PM
another subliminal marketing...

Porksta
02-17-2009, 03:51 PM
They could've done a better job modeling his genitals. Not very realistic looking.

I bet it looks a lot better in HD. You can probably make out each hair.

Gameguy
02-17-2009, 04:19 PM
Rampage World Tour beat them to it.
http://www.i-mockery.com/minimocks/sexual-games/12.php

Scroll down in the page to see it :) . DIGITAL WANG!! LOL

Push Upstairs
02-17-2009, 05:08 PM
"Digital Wang" is an ever better band name.

The 1 2 P
02-17-2009, 07:02 PM
I like the name "pixelated boner". Thats what they should title the mission name for this.

Nionel
02-17-2009, 07:11 PM
They could've done a better job modeling his genitals. Not very realistic looking.

I have to agree with you there, perhaps no one at Rockstar wanted to take the time to make to make them look more realistic...

Anyway...I agree with Nebagram too, Rockstar probably looked at current gaming and realized a lot games have had topless women (God of War, Conan, Age of Conan, ect.) but no one has pioneered male nudity in gaming, though considering you were able to make out with other guys in Bully, we should've expected something from Rockstar, I just don't think anyone expected them to go to this far.

TonyTheTiger
02-17-2009, 07:45 PM
There are some things that just shouldn't be done. This is one of those things. :shameful:

We have double standards for a reason, people! Let's not forget that.

Rob2600
02-17-2009, 08:49 PM
Grand Theft Auto? Rampage: World Tour? The Game Genie has them both beat.

One day at school in the late 1980s, my friend told me he got a Game Genie. It was brand new at the time and none of us owned one or had ever used one, so we thought it was cool and exciting.

I asked him what it was like and he said, "It's awesome. It lets you alter games. Like last night, I entered a code for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles that let me play as Shredder. I also entered a code for Super Mario Bros. that let me play as Mario riding a bike naked and holding a sword."

Cryomancer
02-17-2009, 09:00 PM
GOOD, I'm glad they are doing this. This is a good example of how lame the rating system is nowadays. Have less bare ass than a daytime TV daiper commercial and you get slapped with a full nudity rating. But DLC? oh well online interactions aren't rated by the ESRB and since there's no storefront selling it they can't be crybabies about it and deny the sales. Microsoft WON'T take it down, because it's exclusive GTA content and they know it's gonna sell. This is exactly the kind of move I've been wanting to see happen just to point out the flaws in the system and hopefully lead the way to games having whatever the hell content they deem appropriate and actually still getting sold somewhere.

SegaAges
02-17-2009, 09:30 PM
Uh, I totally watched that whole thing to purposefully see a polygon dong

Push Upstairs
02-17-2009, 09:34 PM
I also entered a code for Super Mario Bros. that let me play as Mario riding a bike naked and holding a sword."

"A" sword or his, ahem, "sword".

Depending on the code, the Princess may or may not be all that impressed.

Eggman
02-17-2009, 09:59 PM
GOOD, I'm glad they are doing this. This is a good example of how lame the rating system is nowadays. Have less bare ass than a daytime TV daiper commercial and you get slapped with a full nudity rating. But DLC? oh well online interactions aren't rated by the ESRB and since there's no storefront selling it they can't be crybabies about it and deny the sales. Microsoft WON'T take it down, because it's exclusive GTA content and they know it's gonna sell. This is exactly the kind of move I've been wanting to see happen just to point out the flaws in the system and hopefully lead the way to games having whatever the hell content they deem appropriate and actually still getting sold somewhere.

Lost and Damned was rated by the ESRB, and given a Mature rating.

Rob2600
02-17-2009, 10:08 PM
GOOD, I'm glad they are doing this.

You're glad you get to play a video game that features male genitals?

TonyTheTiger
02-17-2009, 11:04 PM
Uh, I totally watched that whole thing to purposefully see a polygon dong

It's one of my personal shames, too. Let us never speak of it again.

Cryomancer
02-17-2009, 11:19 PM
You're glad you get to play a video game that features male genitals?

Yes. I hate censorship. This is a step towards freedom to have whatever content you want in games and still have it sold. I support this movement.

shopkins
02-17-2009, 11:31 PM
They could've done a better job modeling his genitals. Not very realistic looking.

The wang physics could also use some work. Maybe they could consult with Team Ninja?

There was digital wang all the way back in Leisure Suit Larry II. I beat it about a year ago and at the end you're treated to a scene of Larry and his girlfriend running nude along a beach, Larry flopping in the breeze.

Push Upstairs
02-17-2009, 11:59 PM
"wang physics"

LOL

djbeatmongrel
02-18-2009, 12:16 AM
this is a big deal because?

grimlock
02-18-2009, 12:28 AM
There was digital wang all the way back in Leisure Suit Larry II. I beat it .......

Just sayin'.....LOL

scooterb23
02-18-2009, 01:22 AM
Mr. Stubbs indeed...

The 1 2 P
02-18-2009, 03:02 AM
Grand Theft Auto IV Lost and Damned: Now with 100% more "dez nuts"

TonyTheTiger
02-18-2009, 10:58 AM
Yes. I hate censorship. This is a step towards freedom to have whatever content you want in games and still have it sold. I support this movement.

It's not censorship. It's the free market at work. Nobody is telling a game publisher that they can't do this or that. What's happening is different parties are saying "We won't let you publish that on our console" or "We won't sell that in our stores." That's different from censorship. Nobody can force Nintendo to allow a game on the Wii or force Gamestop to stock a certain game, for instance.

Besides, I'm all for dispelling this fantasy that video games are the same as film. They aren't. They're a different monster entirely and people are delusional if they think using the "rules" of film as a target goal is going to produce better games. It doesn't work that way.

Iron Draggon
02-18-2009, 11:08 AM
Would you still think that his manhood wasn't necessary if the camera panned out and he looked like a Ken doll down there? I'd rather see what I expect to see between a man's legs than to be left wondering what happened to his family jewels! And for those who think he doesn't look real down there, it's because he isn't circumcised. He has a foreskin, which is actually how every man is born into this world, so it's alot more natural and realistic than one that's had its protective covering cut off or one that's been cut off entirely. Get over it. Your dad had one, and you came out of it before you came out of your mom's vagina. That's the facts of life. If you don't like them, then kill yourself and die. Would you rather they show a horny dog humping the guy's leg, and show the dog's dong?

TonyTheTiger
02-18-2009, 12:09 PM
It's pretty obvious that this scene was done for comedic effect. Male nudity tends to be for that purpose. And the fact that this is a video game where the digital characters aren't particularly realistic, it's plainly obvious it's supposed to be tongue in cheek silly. If the camera panned out and he did look like a Ken doll then that would have probably damaged the sight gag so they just wouldn't have panned out in the first place. Although if he did look like a Ken doll that would create an entirely different gag. It would hang a lampshade on the video game nature of the scene itself which would be comically viable, too. So, yes, it could have "worked" as a scene either way.

I can appreciate visual comedy. In fact, despite the irony of doing so, I've seriously studied comedy. But, if you notice, this is comedy. If they were trying to entice or even just put a serious spin on the scene then they would have failed miserably with these visuals. Video games have different "rules" regarding sex and nudity. And I don't mean rules like regulations. I mean rules like what works and what doesn't within the confines of an interactive experience and limited graphics. The fact that this is a relatively unrealistic looking man in a video game is a part of the joke. The medium can't really be separated from the gag. You can't make those kinds of jokes in film. The closest thing I can associate it with is nudity of elderly or obese people in comedy movies.

It's only relatively recently that graphics have gotten good enough where something like this could even fly as an actual sight gag. Imagine trying this in GTA1 or 2? I wrote an article in Video Game Trader Magazine about this subject. I don't think Rockstar was out of line (outside of my own lack of enthusiasm for male nudity) but I think that using film as a role model is a bad idea.

fishsandwich
02-18-2009, 02:15 PM
Awesome. Thanks for posting!

Nature Boy
02-18-2009, 02:19 PM
There was digital wang all the way back in Leisure Suit Larry II.

Have we all forgotten about Custer's Revenge?

TonyTheTiger
02-18-2009, 02:44 PM
Yeah, but those "people" in Custer's Revenge barely looked human at all. We know that was his wang only because they told us it was. That's one of the reasons why I think video games are in a totally different world than movies are. This is probably the first time digital wang actually has a real impact where it's like "AWGH!!! Put that away! I don't wanna see that!"

Eggman
02-18-2009, 04:22 PM
Yeah, but those "people" in Custer's Revenge barely looked human at all. We know that was his wang only because they told us it was. That's one of the reasons why I think video games are in a totally different world than movies are. This is probably the first time digital wang actually has a real impact where it's like "AWGH!!! Put that away! I don't wanna see that!"

Wouldn't genitalia recorded in a movie be more realistic and have more of an impact than a video game cutscene?

This isn't interactive (Hot Coffee), this is merely something that can be shown in motion pictures but cruder and less detailed.

fishsandwich
02-18-2009, 04:52 PM
Yeah, but those "people" in Custer's Revenge barely looked human at all. We know that was his wang only because they told us it was. That's one of the reasons why I think video games are in a totally different world than movies are. This is probably the first time digital wang actually has a real impact where it's like "AWGH!!! Put that away! I don't wanna see that!"

Now, now. We all KNEW that was a wang the second we saw it!

TheDomesticInstitution
02-18-2009, 04:59 PM
Double Post. Sorry...

TheDomesticInstitution
02-18-2009, 05:02 PM
"Nice big cock."


http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FightClub/movie.JPG

j_factor
02-18-2009, 05:30 PM
Would you still think that his manhood wasn't necessary if the camera panned out and he looked like a Ken doll down there? I'd rather see what I expect to see between a man's legs than to be left wondering what happened to his family jewels! And for those who think he doesn't look real down there, it's because he isn't circumcised. He has a foreskin, which is actually how every man is born into this world, so it's alot more natural and realistic than one that's had its protective covering cut off or one that's been cut off entirely. Get over it.

No, that's not why. It's just not very well modeled. It's like they just slapped it on there without putting any effort into it at all. Then again, GTA4 doesn't have the best character models to begin with.

Garry Silljo
02-18-2009, 06:07 PM
Would you still think that his manhood wasn't necessary if the camera panned out and he looked like a Ken doll down there?

I don't think it was necessary for the camera to pan out at all. The rest of the scene made it perfectly clear he was naked. It was funny enough implied. Verification wasn't at all needed and done just for the buzz it would cause.

kupomogli
02-18-2009, 07:58 PM
Beat em and Eat em also. The guys penis is as big as his upper body on that game. I'm jealous :(.

kainemaxwell
02-18-2009, 08:59 PM
I have to agree with you there, perhaps no one at Rockstar wanted to take the time to make to make them look more realistic...

Anyway...I agree with Nebagram too, Rockstar probably looked at current gaming and realized a lot games have had topless women (God of War, Conan, Age of Conan, ect.) but no one has pioneered male nudity in gaming, though considering you were able to make out with other guys in Bully, we should've expected something from Rockstar, I just don't think anyone expected them to go to this far.

And you would think they would have learned their lesson after the "hot coffee" incidents too...

Cryomancer
02-19-2009, 03:12 AM
It might not be censorship in the strictest sense keeping this sort of thing from being common, but it's still someone arbitratily going "no" somewhere along the line. Comedic effect is exactly the best reason for allowing dongs and whatnot in games. And if it's ok for laughs, maybe someday games could have *gasp* consensual sex between adult partners or something off-the-walls crazy like that just like every other entertainment medium ever made. I too am mostly against the over-movie-iztion of games, but content wise, there's no reason games shouldn't be allowed to "get away" with having nudity and sex in them. The sooner we get over it as being shocking the sooner we can have a real rating system that doesn't assume only 10 year olds want to buy videogames. Looking at the movie rating system here too, NC-17 is not viable anymore if you want to make money, and it should be.

Gameguy
02-19-2009, 04:59 AM
And if it's ok for laughs, maybe someday games could have *gasp* consensual sex between adult partners or something off-the-walls crazy like that just like every other entertainment medium ever made.
You mean like Golgo 13 did? They just didn't show it, but you know it happened. And there were plenty of adult Atari 2600 games that showed it entirely.

It's not like it just shouldn't be allowed to be shown, it's just that it's really not necessary. It's not like pornos have good plot or character development to them, they're basically excuses to show nudity.

There are plenty of adult Eroge/H-games in Japan, it's not like adult games are completely new.

CelticJobber
02-19-2009, 05:45 AM
They should just have fully nude strippers in the next GTA (along with more realistic character models), it would be alot better than this shit.

TonyTheTiger
02-19-2009, 10:46 AM
It might not be censorship in the strictest sense keeping this sort of thing from being common, but it's still someone arbitratily going "no" somewhere along the line. Comedic effect is exactly the best reason for allowing dongs and whatnot in games. And if it's ok for laughs, maybe someday games could have *gasp* consensual sex between adult partners or something off-the-walls crazy like that just like every other entertainment medium ever made. I too am mostly against the over-movie-iztion of games, but content wise, there's no reason games shouldn't be allowed to "get away" with having nudity and sex in them. The sooner we get over it as being shocking the sooner we can have a real rating system that doesn't assume only 10 year olds want to buy videogames. Looking at the movie rating system here too, NC-17 is not viable anymore if you want to make money, and it should be.

Two things.

1) You aren't saying it directly but you're suggesting somehow that these people making the choices to not stock certain games or to not show NC-17 movies be forced to. That's pretty much tyranny. You can't impose your standards on somebody else like that. If the ESRB or MPAA were government entities then you'd have an argument. But as it stands, they're independent boards that give an opinion. And independent publishers, developers, retailers, etc. are free to choose to take that opinion into account. Just because there's a consensus doesn't mean there's any wrongdoing. That being said, I do think that the ESRB's current system should be revised. The AO rating is damn near useless and almost impossible to qualify for outside of one specific instance. If the ESRB wanted AO to be the game equivalent of NC-17 they didn't do it right.

2) Sex in games is a touchy subject because, again, you're imposing standards of film onto a medium that has serious differences. Mass Effect had a rather subdued sex sequence in it, right? But, if you haven't noticed, it was a cutscene. It wasn't really "part of the game" so to speak. The sequence was tasteful but imagine if it were given the interactive experience that video games are known for. See the problem? It's very hard to keep the tasteful tone when you're actually making it happen by pushing the A button over and over. I'd say it's damn near impossible.

People who clamor for more sex in games aren't really asking for more sex in games. What they're clamoring for are for there to be more similarities between games and film then there currently are. I think that's a bad trend. I've been pretty vocal with my distaste for gaming culture. I think that the gaming public as a whole has a huge inferiority complex. That inferiority complex is exactly what causes people to look at movies and have that "grass is greener" feeling.

But imagine if this were reversed. How would it look if film aficionados started complaining that there weren't enough endings in this movie or that movie? "Why can't movie makers start to give us options with the endings?" Some have, sure. But it hasn't exactly caught on and for good reason. Multiple endings are not the most appropriate given the medium. Video games have qualities that just don't work in other mediums and these are the qualities that should be cultivated. It doesn't do this medium/industry much good to constantly compare it to a different medium/industry with different things that might "work" and "not work." There are things that games can do that other mediums can't and there are things that other mediums can do that games can't. That's not necessarily a bad thing.

Cryomancer
02-19-2009, 05:07 PM
I understand that my argument is full of holes, i just feel it's one of those things we're gonna look back on thinking it's silly that it was held back as much as it was.

I don't want games to be movies either, not at all. I just think completely avoiding thematic elements that are, well, essential to the continuation of life is kinda dumb. I'm not saying i want sex minigames, although the one in Fahrenheit was fairly tasteful, but if the developer wants to show some tits and ass once in awhile it shouldn't be a big damn deal.

Dunno, it just seems to me like the world is becoming more and more censor happy, even if it isn't the governments doing it. It's still watering down various forms of entertainment and holding back others. Sometimes I just want to play a boob game or watch a violent movie and it seems like I have to look across the ocean or back in time everytime I want to. Ok, ranting over, I'm going nowhere.

TonyTheTiger
02-19-2009, 05:46 PM
I understand that my argument is full of holes, i just feel it's one of those things we're gonna look back on thinking it's silly that it was held back as much as it was.

I don't know what exactly is "holding it back" though, if anything at all. Perhaps it's the general consensus among developers and publishers regarding what the consumer public will consider "acceptable" and would spend money on. A good example is Manhunt. I, personally, don't find the nature of Manhunt entertaining so I have no reason to buy it. If everybody shared my sentiments then Manhunt wouldn't exist for purely financial reasons. Capitalism at work. I don't think that Manhunt deserves to be "banned" but if the market shifts in a way so that Manhunt 3 or whatnot can't find a market then I don't think anybody is particularly "at fault." It's just the natural ebb and flow of the free market. I want another Vandal Hearts but apparently the market is telling me that I can't have one. Tough noogies to me, I guess.


I don't want games to be movies either, not at all. I just think completely avoiding thematic elements that are, well, essential to the continuation of life is kinda dumb. I'm not saying i want sex minigames, although the one in Fahrenheit was fairly tasteful, but if the developer wants to show some tits and ass once in awhile it shouldn't be a big damn deal.

I don't think anybody is saying it's a big deal. We already know that pornographic games aren't exactly new. It sounds like mass market exposure is what you're complaining about. While you can go play a random Hentai dating sim that's not the same as picking up the next big blockbuster from Capcom.

Also, notice that you said "sex minigames." As in, a game separated from the rest of the experience. This is the core problem with sex in games. Violence works because it's usually the means to an end. There is a bad guy and the way to win is to shoot him. It also fits well within the confines of an interactive experience. The A button shoots, the B button reloads. Sex is...for all intents and purposes...useless for progressing forward. It can be used for storyline purposes or for other reasons such as the above mentioned comedic effect or to entice but you aren't going to beat the game by having an interactive sexual escapade unless it's a hentai dating sim where sex is the whole reason for the game's existence.

What this all means is that bringing sex into a gaming experience will, in most situations, necessitate a break from progress. You have to stop shooting robots and then enter either a cutscene or minigame where sex happens and when that's done you can go shoot robots again. It doesn't "jive" in the same way violence does so it has to be somehow removed from the actual "game" and placed solely within the storyline portions or as some independent minigame that doesn't have much of a purpose and serves as an intermediate distraction.


Dunno, it just seems to me like the world is becoming more and more censor happy, even if it isn't the governments doing it. It's still watering down various forms of entertainment and holding back others. Sometimes I just want to play a boob game or watch a violent movie and it seems like I have to look across the ocean or back in time everytime I want to. Ok, ranting over, I'm going nowhere.

Don't get me wrong. I get what you're saying. It's just that I have a problem with the word "censorship" specifically. If anything, this is self-regulation. Forgive the inflammatory examples, but if you owned a magazine shop would you stock hate group propaganda? I know I wouldn't. Likewise, if I were a game developer I wouldn't produce a game that involved the player doing, well, think of horrible things that you'd be uncomfortable seeing even if you knew it were fake. Maybe nobody is telling me I can't but I'm telling myself that I won't.

But, regardless of the market and all that crap, I do think the logistics are more of the reason why video games have limited sex in them than any kind of puritanical mindset. In fact, sometimes video games go so far as to impose sexuality in a way that is absurd beyond belief. Look at Ivy in Soul Calibur IV. I genuinely believe that she'd look less trashy if she were just topless. I suppose Namco could go that route and make Soul Calibur "that naked fighting game" but I suppose they'd have trouble getting licensing from console manufacturers.

And it does seem like people are more interested in playing games that are as close to, using the term loosely, pornographic as possible without actually being pornographic. I think people like the "wink wink, nudge nudge" nature of it because it provides plausible deniability. If you play Soul Calibur IV you just like the game and it doesn't matter if the women are wearing virtually nothing. But if the women were actually wearing nothing then you might feel like a dirty old man. I don't know. Maybe sex in video games is less like sex in movies and more like blow up dolls. A sex scene in a movie, a passive experience, might be more easily written off than sex in an interactive experience because of the "hands on" aspect. A game might induce feelings of shame much easier.

You'll have to excuse my gusto but I find this topic extremely interesting.

Cryomancer
02-19-2009, 08:01 PM
Heh, interesting points indeed.

And now I'm curious how sex could be used gameplaywise to advance the story. How about a multi-generational RPG where how well you do in bed effects the offspring's stats? That would be pretty amusing.

Ok, I'm done derailing the thread with my rantings, let us go back to laughing at digital dongs.

Rob2600
02-19-2009, 08:16 PM
Tony, I agree with everything you've written, but what about the Leisure Suit Larry games? I've never played them, but it seems like sexual themes are the main content of the game, not just quick mini-game diversions.

Also, not to be outdone, EA's next Tiger Woods PGA game is going to feature a nude mode.

TonyTheTiger
02-19-2009, 08:52 PM
Heh, interesting points indeed.

And now I'm curious how sex could be used gameplaywise to advance the story. How about a multi-generational RPG where how well you do in bed effects the offspring's stats? That would be pretty amusing.

Ok, I'm done derailing the thread with my rantings, let us go back to laughing at digital dongs.

That game sounds both fun and amusing. I'd aim to produce the most inbred, incompetent person imaginable.

And I don't think the topic is really derailed. We've still been talking about nudity/sex in modern gaming even if we aren't actively discussing the particular instance in GTA.


Tony, I agree with everything you've written, but what about the Leisure Suit Larry games? I've never played them, but it seems like sexual themes are the main content of the game, not just quick mini-game diversions.

I've never played Leisure Suit Larry so I can't comment.

A game where sex as a gameplay element could potentially work, however, is possibly something akin to The Sims. If the "point" of the game is to live a certain way then giving the player the option of engaging in sexual activity could be just another instance of that virtual life. The problem I foresee in that scenario is it stealing the show.

In any "God game" there should be some kind of balance. You don't play Sim City just to build a single house. The game's value is due to the opportunity to see the result of a collection of various decisions, not one in particular. In the game I just proposed, I can imagine players no longer caring about living their virtual life by going to work, building a shed, or cooking a meal for its own value but rather doing all those things "just because I have to before I can get to the sex scene." It's self defeating if the game designed to let you live a virtual life creates a situation where living that virtual life takes a back seat to performing one act among hundreds.

Cryomancer
02-19-2009, 08:56 PM
You could add a sexdrive meter to a sandbox game. Don't get off one way or another and after awhile you enter blueballs mode and your character becomes extra agressive and can only pic negative reponses to NPC speeches. And then when you are freshly laid you would be in a good mood and could get a time slowdown effect or something.

these ideas are hilarious.

Gameguy
02-19-2009, 09:24 PM
Tony, I agree with everything you've written, but what about the Leisure Suit Larry games? I've never played them, but it seems like sexual themes are the main content of the game, not just quick mini-game diversions.

Don't forget about Softporn Adventure. It's a text adventure, no nudity is shown. It's still for adults only.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Softporn_Adventure

TonyTheTiger
02-19-2009, 09:47 PM
Don't forget about Softporn Adventure. It's a text adventure, no nudity is shown. It's still for adults only.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Softporn_Adventure

I don't believe in that. I don't believe text alone can qualify as porn. It isn't arousing enough.

bangtango
02-19-2009, 10:05 PM
If I am a male voice actor with any self respect, I'm not signing on to do a game unless the contract says the character I am voicing is going to be represented well in the male genitalia department!

Gameguy
02-19-2009, 11:49 PM
I don't believe in that. I don't believe text alone can qualify as porn. It isn't arousing enough.
It may not be porn, but the subject matter is still intended for adults only.

I haven't actually played the game as of yet so I'm not sure how explicit it actually is.

TonyTheTiger
02-20-2009, 07:48 PM
I'm sure it's for adults only. I, however, would feel gypped if I were deprived of images. It's no fun otherwise.

Overbite
02-20-2009, 08:00 PM
yay dicks