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Govt. Gets Crazy Over Video Game Sex

No Lesbian Aliens Allowed In Singapore

Singapore’s government cracked down on a video game with lesbianic tendencies:

Irate gamers criticized Singapore’s censors Thursday for banning a highly anticipated space adventure game containing a sex scene between a human woman and a female alien.

The game, called Mass Effect, is the first from Microsoft to be prohibited in the city-state. It was to be launched next week.

The scene triggering the ban depicts the human-alien duo in suggestive positions and ends with the alien saying, “By the Gods, that was incredible, Commander.”

Now we can look forward to the religious right campaigning against the polytheism. Thanks, Microsoft!

On:           Nov 15, 2007
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  • 1 Comment
    • mada

      You mean I cannot buy games with intergalactic lesbian sex there? Darn, I guess I’ll have to travel to some other country that does instead… that, or maybe I’ll buy “Bully” there instead… oh, wait… nope.

      Nov 15, 2007 at 4:43 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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