The answer is Fate/Extra. And no, this isn’t a joke. It’s one of the humorous lines Aksys localization editor Mike Engler came up with for the PSP game. The ESRB has more snippets from the English localized version in its rating below.
This is a role-playing game in which players control human characters (i.e., Masters) who enter a tournament-war to win a mythical prize. As players explore fantasy environments and interact with characters, they use swords and magical projectiles to engage in turn-based combat with various enemies (e.g., insect-like monsters, cube-shaped creatures, and other Masters); battles are accompanied by colorful explosions, slow-motion effects, and a loss of hit points as opponents’ health meters are depleted. During the course of the game, some dialogue includes sexual references and/or innuendo (e.g., “Mmm, her torpedo ta-tas . . . The power of boobs compelled me,” “My manhood grows in direct proportion to the number of sodas down the hatch,” and “Why is it that the beds in the nurse’s office kind of make me think dirty thoughts?”). One scene includes a reference to the ‘drug trade’; the words “sh*t,” “b*tch,” and “a*s” appear in dialogue.
Of course, the T-rated game is more than jokes about jubblies. The story, Engler explained in an interview with Siliconera, is deep and focuses on different ways to live ones life.
Fate/Extra comes out on November 1 in North America as a standalone game and part of a limited edition box set.