Really? A shaken baby game? I used that in my analogy, as in--"you wouldn't have a shaken baby game..."Originally Posted by Photojess
i hear you. But at least they may hear a lot of angry animal lovers and anti dog fighting people voice their concerns. I believe the "shaken baby" got removed though. It's possible, I guess.
All about demographics. There's a big chunk of consumers who ARE NOT "well-adjusted, mature" people and sometimes we... I mean they... just need to blow up some virtual cars when they get home from work.Originally Posted by sequoia
Disgusting. In regards to whether or not violent video games result in violent behavior, does it even matter? Why would any well-adjusted, mature person want to even simulate dog fighting, shooting people, doing drugs, etc? There are plenty of fun video games out there that aren't violent in nature.