A group of researchers at the University of Central Florida has developed an interactive video game
to help pre-teen girls practice resisting peer pressure to have sex.
The virtual-reality video game, which had a budget of $434,000 to develop and is set to launch in spring 2011, features avatars based on high school reality (i.e. the pushy, sex-crazed boy from chemistry class) who make innuendos and try to wend their way into players' pixelated panties.
You score points by, well, saying no. We'll stick with "Red Dead Redemption
" and being skanky, thanks. (Buzzfeed