I refuse to make some snarky, sarcastic entry about the Hot Coffee fiasco. I’ve had it. I don’t care anymore. It went out of control, becoming an orgy of press and populace. Nutter protestors and politicians (and Jack Thompson, who deserves a category all his own) are on a rampage, going after everyone and anyone who looks at em’ funny.
Check out the BBC’s latest piece about the ESRB/Hot Coffee fiasco, written by our very own illspirit. “It’s also worth mentioning that nearly everyone in the GTA3/Vice City/San Andreas mod scene have purchased each title twice. Each of those three games was released in the month of October for the PlayStation 2, with the PC version following in May or June of the
After the last two weeks of controversy and confusion regarding the rating and contents of video games, lots of you have been left asking the question “how do the ratings work?” Well, it’s really not an easy question to answer, as it most likely involves esoteric astrology rituals unknown to most and/or super computers running advanced chaos mathematics algorithms to
NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT: It seems that good ol’ Jack is on a power trip. After sniffing the crotch of victory in his crusade against Grand Theft Auto, he’s now set his sights on a new target: the Sims. Ho. This is gold. Jeff Brown, vice president of corporate communications at EA, in response to the accusations, told GameSpot, “This is