Daily Mail's Scrabble DS 'outrage'

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Another gaming outrage is on the cards from the UK press, and this time it's The Daily Mail which has reacted badly to the presence of a range of offensive words and slang in Nintendo DS title Scrabble Interactive 2007 Edition.

36 year old Tonya Carrington contacted the paper after her son Ethan highlighted a number of choice terms in his copy of the game that were being played by the AI opponents.

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