Discipline is set in a high security prison known as Discipline. The facility was newly developed by safety services company SRL, and you're going to be taking part in a test management run. You're not actually a prisoner -- just a volunteer. The reason you've chosen to put yourself through voluntary hard time is because you need the money in order to pay for your younger sister's surgery.
Your goal is to help other inmates solve their problems. A "desire gauge" at the bottom of the screen shows what your two fellow inmates want. Possibilities include sleep, a meal, and recovery from boredom. Should the gauges for any of these reach full, the prisoner will begin to act strange, and you'll end up being penalized by being thrown in solitary confinement for the day.
To help the inmates, you make use of the Wiimote, referred to in the game as the "You-con" (presumably short for You Controller). Using your You-con requires that you first collect a type of energy known as "You Fluid." You build up this energy by raising your Wiimote when you're not being watched by the security guard. Being spotted by the guard while using your You-con will also get you in solitary.
Once you've built up your You Fluid, you aim the Wiimote at the screen to switch to a first person view. This is the game's "My World mode. In this mode, you can shoot out your You Fluid at things like walls and the toilet. Depending on what you shoot at, you'll end up solving different issues faced by the inmates. An example shown in the magazine concerns shooting your You Fluid at a poster to give the inmate some excitement. We're not sure why this makes the prisoner excited, but there's probably a good reason.
those are just some sections taken from the ign article.
I know prison has some form of homosexual stigma with it but what the hell !?!?!?!?!
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