Parents acorss the country have shown their disgust that violent video game '''Winnie The Pooh: Do Or Die''' has been allowed to go on sale on the basis that it is given an 18 certificate by the BBFC.
The highly controversial game sees gamers take control of lovable children's character Winnie The Pooh and making him become embroiled in violence, drug abuse and prostitute scandals....male and female.
Fellow characters have been changed for the benefit of the game as well. Piglet becomes Piglet The Gimp, scantily dressed in leather, Christopher Robin is changed to Christopheer Robinnyourhouse and Eeyore is simple named ''The Drug Baron''.
The dialogue of the game has much to be desired as well. Pooh's dictionary of words is unfortunately a flurry of four letter words most of the time and frequently refers to his friends as 'bitches'. However this is nothing compared to the final Act of the game which sees Pooh in a highly graphical last mission coupled with extreme coarse language.
Campaigner Jock McFaggot has not given up on his mission to ban the game. He says that 'he will be buying the game for his son...but just to show how horrific the game is'. Then after 3 months (by which time he would have finished the game) he will then work on getting it banned.