As if ultra-violent and gory first-person shooter games aren’t controversial enough, now girls age nine to 16 can compete to “become the most famous, beautiful, sought after bimbo across the globe” in the Miss Bimbo game.
To win, players enter beauty contests and buy lingerie, breast enhancements, facelifts and diet pills. Nice.
The site currently has around 280 thousand registered bimbos in the UK and over 1.2 million in France.
I know what you might be thinking: How many of the players are girls? After all, most video game players are boys, right?
Wrong. 64 per cent of US online gamers are female, according to recent study from Nielsen Entertainment. So rest assured, young girls are playing this game.
Am I being too uptight, or does this game really suck?