Wii U getting digital version of Spin the Bottle
With Wii U only days out from launching, the wave of incoming party titles seems inevitable. So it seems like a great focus for the first one to take on the most sacred of party games, Spin the Bottle. Right up there with other classic erotic party games like Seven Minutes in Heaven and Truth or Dare, Spin the Bottle is being developed as “innocent fun for innocent kids”.
Wait, what?! That sounds lame as hell. There isn’t anything “innocent” about Spin the Bottle, at least not my version of Spin the Bottle. Talk about some deceptive marketing. Though the trailer doesn’t explain it well, players will gather round the Wii U GamePad and engage in physical party activities. Danish developer KnapNok Games hopes to have the game ready for a spring of 2013 release. Here is a trailer filled with dicks.
Hopefully, the acid used to make this trailer wore off before the developers got back to work on the game.
some boy or girl just asked mom or day for a Wii u
“innocent fun for innocent kids” That trailer look like it came from a bad acid trip
And to make it worse, KnapNok roughly translates to JustAbout. Which I think is what they said, when asked at launchday if the game was ready.
I feel dumber for watching this. What the hell was that?!
What in the holdy f*ck was that trailer?
Not to sound crude, but honestly, what the hell was going on? WHAT? That trailer did absolutely nothing to sell me on the game whatsoever. I don't think it even accurately portrayed it... wow...
So, this is the Wii U equivalent to that beer pong game for WiiWare? Seeing as how both are video games based on real life party games that are way cheaper and more enjoyable to play in real life.
Whoever the bottle spins in front of, the pair breaks into a seperate group and discusses the works of Tolstoy.
That... looks stupid.
Innocent fun? Just what the fuck does one do in the Danish "Spin the bottle"?
What in the heck!? Is Nintendo actually approving this game? This is stupid! Spin the bottle isn't even a good game in general, and it's certainly not innocent fun nor for the kids. What's the point of releasing it on the Wii U?