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Videogames tend to make at least one appearance in any long running TV show and occasional movie sequels. Sometimes the attempt at pop culture awareness is done well, but it’s generally an attempt by clueless writers to appear hip and socially relevant by tackling the supposed implications of violent games. The conversation, as I imagine it, goes something like this:
Writer 1: You know, my son is always playing those
Philistines don't understand the sophisticated and complex culture of gaming. They think it's a breeze. That it's as easy as sitting on the sofa, fiddling with sticks and shooting space invaders with a gormless expression painted on our faces. But they're clueless fools. We know that being proper dedicated got-the-t-shirt gamers is one of the hardest jobs on the planet. Yes it is.
The next time someone shouts "Lazy git" in your
Real world definition of "mature": Showing the mental, emotional, or physical characteristics associated with a fully developed person; involving serious thought. Videogame definition of "mature": Shits, tits and gibs.
With big trouble and bigger hype surrounding the upcoming release of GTA: Chinatown Wars, we thought it might be a good time look at Rockstar’s other portable title that seems to be sneaking under the radar – except ours of course. We recently had a hands-on with a near finished build of PSP’s latest Midnight Club and were pleased with what we played.
Imagine the room you’re in spiraling inward as soothing celesta music transports you to another time and place. You’re in LA; it’s 2006 and you’ve just walked onto the E3 show floor. Everyone is buzzing about the Wii and the DS Lite. Jokes about the PS3’s $600 pricetag are circulating, but anticipation of Sony’s powerhouse is hardly damaged. Flashing lights and beautiful women accompany lavish displays of
To get you in the swing of things for the upcoming release of Spider-Man: Web of Shadows we've devised a competition to stimulate your creative mojos. There's an Xbox 360 and HDTV for the winner. You're going to love it. It's fun
If you’ve played a movie-based game in your lifetime, we’re sorry. We’re sure you know that most games strive to stick as close to the film as possible. Even when taking “creative license” with the source material - in cases like Superman Returns, Hulk or any other boring action film - you’re bound to see some semblance of the movie’s story acted out in glorious 3D.
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