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News: No Nudity In Telltale’s Game of Thrones Episode 2, Will Feature “Moderate” Sexual Themes

Telltale Games’ Game of Thrones series got off to a good start earlier this month with the first episode in the six-part game series gaining high praise from players and critics.

One aspect that some players feel a little disappointed in is the lack of nudity, something the source material doesn’t hold back on. Seriously, the TV show could be classed as a soft-core pornography film in some territories.

As we previously reported, the first episode wouldn’t feature any nudity and today we’re here to deliver the digital fetishists some more bad news: Game of Thrones Episode 2 won’t feature any naked code either.

According to the Australian classification board Game of Thrones Episode 2: The Lost Lords won’t be laden with nudity though there are still moderately sexy moments in the game as well as language you would dare not use in front of your mother in addition to the series trademark violence.

It’s not a big deal and Telltale would probably get criticised if they had the same level of on-screen birthday suits as it’s TV counterpart as well as a higher age-rating, potentially cutting off a large part of the series player-base.

Game of Thrones Episode 2: The Lost Lords is due out sometime in January for the PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, iOS and Android. As of yet there’s no release date for a PS Vita version.

Disappointed in the lack of nudity? Do you really need it to enjoy your game? Or are you happy enough with Telltale’s slightly toned-down take on the Game of Thrones license? Let us know down in the comments section below.

via classification.gov

  • Dlo

    I think it needs at least some nudity. I mean, it’s game of thrones. It’s very adult oriented so don’t make it more for younger people if the original is made for adults. I don’t know about the books having lots of adult situations but the show certainly has a lot. It kind of takes away from it for me a bit. It doesn’t ruin the game though