Retail Stores Censor Gamers.. Again!Three of the nations top retailers, including Wal Mart, on Monday said they had refused to carry a new video game billed as the first major release to feature full-action nudity and with prostitutes and pimps as major characters. Using the tagline "Keep it Dirty," video game publisher Acclaim Entertainment Inc. is gearing up for the Nov. 19 launch of "BMX XXX," a game that also features copulating pink poodles and a variety of racing bike stunts. But major retailers Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Toys R Us Inc. and KB Toys all said they would not carry the game, a potential blow for the games exposure. "Were not going to carry any software with any vulgarity or nudity -- were just not going to do it," Wal-Mart spokesman Tom Williams told Reuters. However, Best Buy Co. Inc. said it intended to sell a censored version of the game for Sonys PlayStation 2 (news - web sites). Acclaim Chief Executive Gregory Fischbach told Reuters the critics were being unfair and missing the point of the game, which he said was intended as a kind of spoof along the lines of movie comedies such as "Austin Powers" and "Airplane." A promotional video clip first bills "BMX XXX" as a "game of cultural sophistication and artistic aspiration" then launches into a hard-rocking montage of clips, including bike tricks and shots of strippers in action. The video ends with the admonition: "Were going to hell for this and youre all coming with us." "I still believe that well get substantially full distribution in the United States," Fischbach said. "I dont really think it goes much further than some other video games on the marketplace." He added, "I think the game stands on its own and I think that ... we have no intent to change the content of the game." Glen Cove, New York-based Acclaim wants the title to be a hit and reverse its sliding fortunes the way that "Grand Theft Auto 3" did for Take-Two Interactive (news - external web site) Software Inc. . "GTA 3," which like "BMX" carries a "Mature" rating from the Entertainment Software Review Board, featured controversial scenes of violence but went on to become the top-selling video game of 2001. While "GTA 3" was exclusive to Sony Corp (news - web sites).s PlayStation 2, Acclaim has a broader strategy for "BMX," with releases planned for the PS2, Microsoft Corp.s Xbox (news - web sites) and Nintendo (news - web sites) Co. Ltd.s GameCube. Fischbach said there has been no decision yet on changes to the Sony version, though he said if Sony asked for changes Acclaim would make them. He added that any changes would not affect the games release date. A Nintendo spokeswoman said the company had not asked for any changes for the GameCube version. A Microsoft spokeswoman was not immediately available for comment.