Cid Highwind· The Hunter
As long as there's testosterone in this world there will be glorification of violence.More sad reality turned into video game fun ftw ! :thumb:
*we must listen to the voices telling us to buy... don't think... don"t think...*
I think if you are seriously upset with this, I'd target my anger at weapon companies and governments instead. You may want to look into your insurance company, bank and retirement funds as well, seeing how those are commonly investing money in dodgy warfare funds and weapon companies because of the high profitability.Well it's not violence 'itself' that's disturbing me, it's the way they make games and money out of a reality that's definitely no laughing matter.
It's just disrespectful toward the people suffering and dying.
You have a point yeah. It was also one of my worries that they'd probably make it a glorification of the American army while portraying the people there as helpless poppy seed producers who all hate the help they are offered out of the goodness of the hearts of western politicians.... I sincerely hope it will be more representative than the news we get to see on this topicWe hoomanz are champions at distorting reality, okay, but I d'ont like to see video games used the same way as the news on tv for instance.
Keeping violence imaginary and phantasmagoric in games at least isn't wrong IMO, it's even useful in some ways. But bringing the stupidity and cruelty of actual horrible events in video games is kind of ... sullying.
Stop ****ing up the art of video games EA !