Update: Ultimate Games have gotten in touch to let us know that Don’t Get Caught will not be released on the eShop, and the listing was an "accident". The listing has since been removed by Nintendo.
Original Story [Thu 9th Jul, 2020 15:30 BST]: It's long been said that Nintendo's quality control on the eShop needs reviewing, with more than a few questionable games making it onto the digital storefront. However, this debate has been taken to a new level by the announcement of a title which tasks you with (ahem) fondling yourself in the backseat of a car without getting caught.
Yes, you read that correctly.
Ultimate Games' Don’t Get Caught launches on July 13th, and is pitched as "a silly and scary first-person stealth game with a twist," according to its eShop (there doesn't seem to be a page on Nintendo's site as yet). The listing also warns that the game "includes scenes of sexual activities which are inappropriate for younger audiences."
You'll see exactly why by watching the game's trailer, which we've included as a link to protect the sensitive eyes of our younger readers.
The arrival of Don't' Get Caught once again raises the question of who at Nintendo is approving these games, and what kind of quality bar is being set?
Don’t Get Caught launches worldwide on 13th July 2020, and will be priced at £7.19 in the UK.