Shock spoof news today as legendary games maker Capcome issued several writs and warnings about exposing the latest revulsion in in-game sexual content, available as hacks to the original game, Resident Evil 5.
In what can only be seen as a blatant attempt by the games company to whip up PR for their latest game in the Resident Evil series, the company has started suing news agencies for talking about the hack before they've even become aware of it. The hack, nicknamed "Warm mocha" is said to be a developer created scenario in which your Puerta Rican sidekick soldier runs around the jungle completed naked except for a belt of ammo and a vibrating gun.
Capcome is set to release a patch for the game which will literally "patch the thatch" in the coming days. Until then, we'll just have to put up with this filth which is degrading to women and bio-degrading for our palms. All this follows on from the disgusting hack found for the Grand Theft Auto game, and the Hot Coffee incident.
In what I'm calling a "bad move for kids", the game, rated 18, is likely to disturb children for many years to come and will expose them unnecessarily to the human body, something the internet is very unlikely to do.