Well, that's the thing. Movies aren't "bad" and "they don't influence the viewers to do stuff." Well, not sure if those moron anti-videogame activists come right out and say that, but they do a damn good job of implying that mentality.RZetlin said:If people are upset that the clothes can be removed due to digital modification wouldn't that apply to movies as well.
If went and digitally removed the clothes in Star Wars or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory wouldn't it be the same thing?
ANY game can be hacked/patched/cracked/whatever to do that kind of stuff. Hell, even the sprites in Pong or Tetris can be edited to look like penises or breasts or something. Why not give every game on the market an AO rating?
If you ask me, the air is thick with the stench of hypocrisy.