'Really Naughty' Record Of Agarest War: Too Hot For GameStop?

Aksys Games' new role-playing game may be a little too naughty for retailer GameStop, which is allegedly putting the "Really Naughty Limited Edition" of the video game behind the counter and out of sight of those offended by barely dressed cartoons.

According to several employees who have contacted Kotaku, GameStop corporate wants to keep the game's limited edition package off the shelves and away from innocent eyes. The Record of Agarest War limited edition package features a more suggestive cover than GameStop may be used to, with girls wearing nothing but towels, girls offering good upskirt angles and potentially suggestive sausage eating.

Oh, and it also comes with a mousepad with tits.

"Please place Record of Agarest War Limited Edition behind the cashwrap," reads an internal communication from GameStop management. "If a customer inquires about the game, let the customer know that you have it in stock."

Record of Agarest War is, despite its suggestive animated cut scenes, a T-rated game that features "partial nudity", "suggestive themes" and "mild fantasy violence".


Comments

    Hahahahaha.

    Is this one of the first ERO? game to become available in Europe / USA. I mean I just can't think of any other title that has to be held behind the counter. And that offers a mousepad with tits.

      There have been a few, I have just about all recent games released in the uh.... 'risky' genre. The added bonus is these games are no longer as heavily censored/modified as they used to be.

    suggestive sausage eating.... lol

    Australian release date?

      Seriously?

        no... not really.

          It will probably only take a couple of weeks before its on the net... not that you would ever do something like that.

    ... is the game actually any good though? Apart from hilarious collectors ed?

    overall I dont think anyone is buying it for the 'gaming experience'

    Well, I'm sure those interested in getting it are pleased. If it is hidden away behind the counter, than less people are likely to buy it (thus more copies and tit-pads for them).

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