Joined: May 2012
July 16, 2012 05:25:38 PM
Yeah, you can only go so far with Video Games these days. You can barely get a "Well-Written and Highly enjoyable" game without somebody trying to critize people and starting up a protest against the certain game. For example, the Max Payne and GTA series is obviously "Amazing" in Story and Gameplay, but non-gamers, like a parent, get too crazy about the virtual violence it has. First of all to that, there IS a reason why the game is labeled Mature and can be only purchased if you are 18 or older, they are not meant for children who can't take it. I think the comic world has it easy for its restrictions. Say like a main character causes Anarchy and tries to kill innocent people in the most gratuitous ways, many people would not care about it. There would be speculation about it, but not much...but when a game has the main character go into war and has to kill other people who signed up to be in the war, non-gamers will go crazy about it and make it a federal case. It's probably going to be hard on the people who are working for the game, making Deadpool go from the comics to video games. Yet, I think they can do it properly...I hope without somebody raging about this.