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PlanetSide 2 dev codes out ability to tea-bag, calls it sexual assault

Sony Online Entertainment, developer of online PC first-person shooter, PlanetSide 2, has coded out the ability to "tea-bag" other players.

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rarity1299d ago

I was hoping that this was satire....

Septic1299d ago

Hehe you can't make this stuff up.

So many Halo players have been sexually assaulted then.

Volkama1299d ago

But I suppose it is sexual assault, at least in the same way as when you "shoot another player" and "kill them".

I am aware that those things are still allowed, but still... I wouldn't say he is using the wrong terminology.

Teabagging doesn't add much to the experience, and a F2P game is open to a wide audience so imo it's probably good on them to try to provide a decent environment for people to play in.

Probably futile though. They can censor the content of their game, but they may as well give up trying to censor the people that play it.

Bathyj1299d ago

Hey, face rape is no laughing matter.

Septic1299d ago

^^Unless Scarlett Johansson is the perpetrator and you the victim

UnwanteDreamz1299d ago

How will I disrespect campers and noobs?!?

tee_bag2421299d ago

Whattt..no Teabags..that not good

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Mega241299d ago (Edited 1299d ago )

This all started thanks to Patricia Hernandez, Kotaku's rapist expert. When CoD ghost showed the female character, she said was, tea-baggin is rape now... just cus the avatar is a female...

caseh1299d ago

Kotaku's rapist expert, lmao I just had to google that and my first hit was this link:

http://kotaku.com/gta-onlin...

I don't think I've laughed so much in all my life, especially the section where someone details what happened to them in game:

"Quite literally, I and a couple friends of mine encountered a stranger and we were raped and forced to strip dance in GTA online."

I don't think this guy gets the meaning of literally but whatever, I lol'd hahaha

ThunderPulse1299d ago

Lizard Squad will probably DDOS them for this lol

SpitFireAce851299d ago

When is this game coming out on the PS4 in NorthAmerica..?

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Saryk1299d ago

Talk about a waste of time! This is taking things too PC.

yarbie10001299d ago

Destiny doesn't want you to talk to people because you might hear bad words

PS2 doesn't want you to be able to stand up from crouching near a dead body because it might be seen as sexual assault

wtf is happening. I don't need developers to babysit me.

ScottyHoss1299d ago

It's like ratings have no bearing anymore, they don't want bullying on games rated T and M because little kids convince their moronic parents to let them play it, then cry about verbal abuse and how it's "cyber bullying". I think anyone over 14 has the mental capacity to realize there's a mute button, and that T-bagging really isn't that bad, it's not like they're literally rubbing their balls on you.

You're right, we don't need babysitting, and anyone who does shouldn't be playing.

Volkama1299d ago

I think more often than not it's the grown ups that get fed up of the kids, rather than the kids getting upset.

ThunderPulse1299d ago

So tired of M-Rated games being made child proof.

DesertFoxJr1299d ago

Agreed. The ESRB exists for that very reason. Irresponsible parenting, haha.

STK0261299d ago

With the way things are going, in a few years there won't be a need to add "Online interactions not rated by the ESRB" as there won't be any online interactions to speak of, even in multiplayer-only games.

ipach1299d ago

hilariously though, destiny's fallen captains will sometimes come by and teabag you after they kill you. so, yeah. code.

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WeAreLegion1299d ago (Edited 1299d ago )

Oh, come on... I never do it, but why remove the feature? This game isn't exactly Citizen Kane. It's just fun.

Gamerbeyond1299d ago

if you never did it , why do you care,

WeAreLegion1299d ago

I don't drink, but I think everyone should have the right to. Does that answer your question?

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