New videogame for the PlayStation 4, it's called "Take, Tape, & Rape"

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this shocking new videogame that i just read about in a videogame magazine: it encourages the player(s) to: stalk, kidnap, tape womens' and girls' mouths and tape their wrists together and their ankles together, and then stuff them into a minivan, and then they can be repeatedly photographed and videotaped being groped, molested, sexually assaulted, and raped on their way to a den to be photographed and videotaped being groped, molested, sexually assaulted, and raped some more. what's even more shocking is that the women and girls characters are from different anime TV shows and videogames and even many versions of Barbie (including my size Barbie versions) and friends of Barbie can be used these ways while Ken watches while he's chained to a wall in the den. i've never played this game, so could this game be illegal or does the Supreme Court's ruling that the First Amendment protects all speech including speech that some find detestable mean that all videogames, including Take, Tape, and Rape like Grand Theft Auto V are protected free speech?

progressforever
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Why don't you post a link, so that we can see if this thing is for real. My Google search finds no such title.

Zenzoe
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Take, Tape, & Rape is supposed to be released in late August of 2016 according to that magazine; i've never played the short demo of it at GameStop; Take, Tape, & Rape is rated MA and has 700 various fictional college women characters to do these sex crimes onto also

progressforever
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I can't find anything on the internet to confirm any of this nonsense.

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