Home / Business / Daily Mail’s Scrabble DS ‘outrage’

Daily Mail’s Scrabble DS ‘outrage’

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.

CasualGaming.biz has the full story – click here to take a look.

About MCV Staff

Check Also

Fallout Shelter tops $100m in lifetime revenue

Strongest market share is in the US, with the UK coming in second place