"We were very disappointed to learn of E3's stance toward Naughty America: The Game," stated Noah Dudley, President of Eight Legs, Inc., the corporate entity overseeing the design and development of the title. "It's the next step in social networking and online matchmaking. It's certainly not intended for everyone, but then again neither are a number of the titles featured at the show."
Despite the ban by E3, Naughty America: The Game has already been receiving a tremendous amount of national media coverage. Press outlets such as The New York Times, CNBC, Fox News, ABC Radio, BusinessWeek.com and CNN.com have already profiled the game, which is due to launch this summer.
Naughty America: The Game is a new twist on the world of online dating, combining in-game chat functionality with real-world profiles and a heaping dose of entertaining games and exploration features. However, this massively multiplayer online world separates itself from the competition by allowing players to do what they've always wanted to ... be naughty. But, fear not, for The Game incorporates Sentry's background verification services, allowing for a much safer gaming experience than ever before possible. It's the online destination where fantasy and reality find the right kind of friction.
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