The following is disallowed:
- pornographic content or links to pornograpic content (text, images, videos, etc.)
- erotic stories or descriptions of sexual acts
Advertisement likely contain semi-pornographic content to reel potential buyers in. Advertisements use erotic stories AND descriptions to reel in more potential buyers. So, yes.
It's ridiculous how advertisements are actually using sexual terms to get gamers into playing. I prefer the good 'ol original truth. Advertisement like these are text-based and really actually makes me want to check it out.
"Hi! We have a puzzle game that focuses on a role of an immigration officer deciding whom to accept or deny entrance to the fictional communist Country of Arstotzka. You must choose upon yourself to obey your legal rights of the government or your human emotions to look an eye away when processing entrants... especially those that you can relate to others. We have many endings so you may have continuous fun trying to unlock the specific endings you want."
Also, I love games, so I get these crude advertisements instead of actual good ones. God damn it. Google. What happened to quality advertising.
Edited 9/10/2013 23:57:47