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EA apologises over "lust" Dante comp


EA's apologised over its "Sin to Win" Dante's Inferno Comic Con competition, saying the contest's T&C wording had caused "confusion and offense".

The contest asked convention attendees to commit “an act of lust” with an EA booth babe and take a picture for proof. A "Night of Lust" was promised for the winner.

While only a "special" person would actually read this as doing something illegal, some people got p**sed off.

"'Commit acts of lust' is simply a tongue-in-cheek way to say take pictures with costumed reps," said the publisher.

"Also, a 'Night of Lust' means only that the winner will receive a chaperoned VIP night on the town with the Dante's Inferno reps, all expenses paid, as well as other prizes."

Shame on you, EA. Shame.

Via Negative Gamer and Kotaku.

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