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Life is a MMORPG. Grind. Level Up. Conquer the world.
Just because Nintendo says that story telling isn’t a priority for them, doesn’t mean that they aren’t great storytellers. If theres one thing that Nintendo has proven, it’s that constant voice actors, hour long cutscenes, and creative assets from Hollywood aren’t necessary to tell a story. Great games tell great stories.
And after all, there’s no problem with R-rated movies or mature rap lyrics or violent video games, because there is no problem with youth violence. The most disgusting thing to me is that some truly horrible high-school tragedies are being exploited by the media, and somehow, I’m part of the problem.
Oh, why is it always a Democrat who steps up to flip out about scary media? Why can’t dems just be the mature, able to handle stuff like grown ups party? But political pandering aside, [Grand Theft Auto: San Andrea] is rated M (FOR MATURE ure ure ure). You know, for grown ups only. And furthermore, as an adult, I don’t want my right to access media that I like, to be hindered because some child might accidentally see it. I am a grown up and I’m tired of being forced to cater to the tastes of children whose parents can’t be bothered to handle raising them.
This game isn’t meant for them anyway, and it’s not my fault if they see it. Sure kids might get access to it. Kids might also steal their parents’ car keys, break into their liquor cabinet and download porn. That problem can easily be solved if parent take an extra five minutes to pay attention to their kids’ activities.
I don’t care if it’s in high-definition or not — I’m going to play Zelda on Revolution.
Most of what you’re seeing are not even the first projections of games. They’re just shiny computer graphics. They’re things anyone using a computer can do… It’s how we’re going to use the technology that separates us. What we want to do is different—and we’re happy with the road we’re taking. When you have a Revolution, you’re not going to have the same experience as you would with the other home consoles.”
I played some arithmetic games… some algebra games…
Life must be lived as play.
A wise player ought to accept his throws and score them, not bewail his luck.
Man is most nearly himself when he achieves the seriousness of a child at play.
Babysitter: Thiiss gaaame maakes nooo sennnse! It’ssss aasss iffff you’rrre maaakinnnggg iiiit uuuup aaas youuu gooo.
Calvin: Hobbes! She stumbled into the Perimeter of Wisdom! Run!!
Since this is all just a game, you should play in the way you would most enjoy.
Every game ever invented by mankind is a way of making things hard, for the fun of it.