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We Dare to be Europe Only Release? Huh?

If you scroll down a bit to the We Dare trailer we linked yesterday you’ll notice that you can no longer view said trailer due to country copyright stuff. Well, if you are viewing us from North America. Everyone else, enjoy!

Odd, eh?

Well, IGN spoke with Ubi today and the company confirmed that We Dare will “absolutely not see release in the United States.”

As goofy as the game looks, and as patently silly and “precocious” as that trailer is, this is ten ways of ridiculous. I am trying to understand why UbiSoft would deny Americans their taste of soft core Wii porn and the Europeans get to have all the fun but the logic eludes me. Our friends across the pond can get all saucy on March 11.

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Bill Abner

Bill has been writing about games for the past 16 years for such outlets as Computer Games Magazine, GameSpy, The Escapist, GameShark, and Crispy Gamer. He will continue to do so until his wife tells him to get a real job.

5 thoughts to “We Dare to be Europe Only Release? Huh?”

  1. For now the youtube clips are still viewable for me, in Australia, too. (God help Ubisoft if they try to get it past our classification board though)

    However I wonder if something more sinister is afoot. Combine this and Ubi’s always watching, always online DRM and…. well, perhaps the dlc will be standalone and available to the US too…

  2. It’s cause we Europeans aren’t as prudish and close-minded as you Americans. We have absolutely no issue using our gaming console for our foreplay and doing some nasty wiimotes spanking and licking the thing like it’s some sweet lollipop … yeah, hm, actually, nevermind >.>

  3. Remember Bioware and Mass Effect? Or the Grand Theft Auto thing? If I were running Ubisoft, I’d sure avoid an American release. First thing I’d do, after firing the copy protection guys.

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