Girls Gone Wild gets into gaming

Pocket Pool, the upcoming PlayStation Portable billiards game in which players can play against comely models to unlock video clips and image galleries already had a suggestive name. But just in case anyone didn't understand what the game was offering, publisher Conspiracy Entertainment confirmed for GameSpot today that it has tagged Girls Gone Wild on […]

Pocket Pool, the upcoming PlayStation Portable billiards game in which players can play against comely models to unlock video clips and image galleries already had a suggestive name. But just in case anyone didn't understand what the game was offering, publisher Conspiracy Entertainment confirmed for GameSpot today that it has tagged Girls Gone Wild on the license of the nudity-laden video series.

It's unclear how deeply the Girls Gone Wild license will be integrated into the gameplay. Conspiracy's official Web page contains box art and screenshots for the game, none of which make reference to the adult video series. While a representative with the publisher confirmed that the game will carry the Girls Gone Wild license, he couldn't comment on whether the publisher had plans for other games carrying the brand.

Set for release in April, Girls Gone Wild Pocket Pool features more than a dozen styles of pool from 9-ball to Snooker. The game has been rated M for Mature, with content descriptors for partial nudity and sexual themes.

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