Good ridance. I mean, yeah, it is funny the first time, but then when you see Sporepedia or other Spore sites start posting various genitalia creatures, trying to out each other to see who can create the biggest penis or vagina….it gets tiring – fast. Plus, Spore is suppose to be a family game where any age can play.
EA thinks so too. They are now cracking down on the creators of these types of creatures. In fact, they sent out a warning to PC Gamer’s Kristen Salvatore:
Your Electronic Arts account has been flagged for violating the Electronic Arts Inc Terms of Service. We believe that the violation or behavior is serious enough to bring to your attention as it may impact your future access to the service.
<Violation: Inappropriate Content –Creature <violation type:Nudity> < Asset Name:Boobalicious>
Understanding the EA Terms of Service is extremely important, should you have any general questions or concerns please review the Terms of Service. Should you then need additional assistance, or wish to appeal a violation, you can contact us.
Electronic Arts, Inc.
EA.com Customer Relations
So, keep an eye out if you get this email, and don’t delete it. Cause if you do and still manage to publish your NSFW creatures on Sporepedia, you might just get the boot.