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Title: Violent games
Post by: BafflinBook on October 21, 2009, 06:59:43 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_mHDgROLrU&feature=related

I was watching the demo of God Of War 3.At first i was really impressed by the graphic of current generation games but now i am shocked by the sheer brutality and gore in it.I know some players like these things but i wanted your opinions.

Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Shadow Gilgamesh on October 21, 2009, 07:12:53 AM
i don't mind most of it
(like getting your head cut off by a chainsaw in RE4)
but when you TRY as hard as you can to make it as bloody,violent and brutal as graphicly possible you've gone TOO FAR
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: BafflinBook on October 21, 2009, 07:13:21 AM
thats my point!!!
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Shadow Gilgamesh on October 21, 2009, 07:16:36 AM
and it's a good point
*sigh* i remember when the worst was the red screen in the bond games :P
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Da_Cloud on October 21, 2009, 09:22:53 AM
but when you TRY as hard as you can to make it as bloody,violent and brutal as graphicly possible you've gone TOO FAR
There are also movies that contain an even higher level of violence, so I don't see why a game like this should be to much.

Of course this one of those games on which the age restriction must really be upheld.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Apppppppple on October 21, 2009, 10:18:04 AM
There are also movies that contain an even higher level of violence...
Like the SAW series. Ew...

-?
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Ergunno on October 21, 2009, 11:43:03 AM
I actually like this. But I like a lot of games. All genres, if it´s a well/made game, I´ll play it. I actually like the God of War series. This 1 seems even more brutal then ever. The length is to short though. So I´ll either rent this game when it releases or I´ll buy it on a saturday and trade it in for another game on monday. This game is actually beatable withint 2 days so why would I bother buying it...
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Shadow Gilgamesh on October 21, 2009, 07:30:08 PM
There are also movies that contain an even higher level of violence, so I don't see why a game like this should be to much.

Of course this one of those games on which the age restriction must really be upheld.
those go even MORE too far ::)
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Da_Cloud on October 21, 2009, 07:35:42 PM
those go even MORE too far ::)

Well I never mind this kind of violence in God of War, yet I hate the kind of violence used in GTA games. I guess its just the whole setting in which God of War rakes place, cause if you've know some about the Greek mythology you would know that those ain't lovely fairy tales either ::)
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on October 22, 2009, 05:47:01 AM
Well I never mind this kind of violence in God of War, yet I hate the kind of violence used in GTA games. I guess its just the whole setting in which God of War rakes place, cause if you've know some about the Greek mythology you would know that those ain't lovely fairy tales either ::)

lol i totally agree

brutally ripping someone apart in GOW feels so much different from killing people in GTA

as for me, im fine with violence and don't have a problem with it at all. i like it when games have blood, gore, etc. and i don't mind if its not there either

IMHO i think it is OK for companies to put as much violence as they want in videogames as long it is rated properly.
which means anything going too far will obviously be Ao rated and therefore pretty much unplayable since none of the 3 leading consoles support them
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: pprincess on October 22, 2009, 09:09:33 AM
There is a wide range of violence in games in terms of how realistic it is. I don't mind some violence as long as it looks somewhat cartoony or fake. I'm not into games killing zombies or where limbs get chopped off with blood everywhere. I'm also not into war games. The games I prefer are games with magic spells. But mainly the violent games are games with a repetitive gameplay, shooters or whatever where you are doing the same thing over and  over, and often with not much of a story, and little to no strategy.

Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on October 23, 2009, 12:50:03 AM
shooters or whatever where you are doing the same thing over and  over, and often with not much of a story, and little to no strategy.

well thats not completly true, i thought God of War had a pretty good storyline and Resistance was good too. there are other games that are very violent but have a good storyline too

however, i can see where you're coming from since i have played some very repetitive shooters as well
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on October 23, 2009, 04:16:35 AM
I very much agree with pprincess.

HOWEVER  I, myself, absolutely adore a good survival horror game that keeps me on my toes and makes me think about what I have to do next. This is why I thought Resident Evil 4 was such a wonderful game.

But back on topic, I don't really care about the gore in games as long as it's not everywhere you look. A good example of a game with a good storyline and moderate violence would be TimeSplitters 3: Future Perfect.

A game that's just pure violence and horror would be Dead Space, but in it's absolute gorefest it also makes you think about how you're going to handle things.

In all reality, I LOVE horror games, but not games like Left 4 Dead that just make you run around and shoot zombies for no apparent reason.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: BafflinBook on October 23, 2009, 07:04:25 AM
Does people play and like GOW and RE because there were decapitation in delicate details in them??I have seen the body of a real person who took a suicidal plunge from the top of our condo.Now I wished i wasn't at home that day
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Da_Cloud on October 23, 2009, 09:13:49 AM
Does people play and like GOW and RE because there were decapitation in delicate details in them??
Nope I've never played a game for the graphics (details) only. If the gameplay itself sucks I wouldn't play it in the first place, but the gameplay of GoW is really great. And I always liked the Greek mythology which is another reason to play GoW really.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Shadow Gilgamesh on October 23, 2009, 09:17:53 AM
:P ouch
and actually yeah that's why i played RE was i got to kill,shoot,maim evil zombies and get killed in a variety of ways while doing it
but not because i was like "oh i hear you can see the vains in his neck slowly dry up and the color fade from his face"
BUT some games hade so much more beond the graphical aspects that they aren't a gore overload that GOW3 looks to be
i mean GOW1 had a lot of other stuff so it evened out but i knew if they made sequels they wouldlose those characteristics and would be primarily to spill as much blood as possible
and that's NOT something i want in my games
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: BafflinBook on October 23, 2009, 11:38:29 AM
Yes it's true but is the beheading part(made as real as possible) really necessary??
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Sixty on October 23, 2009, 11:57:17 AM
Necessary, no. If its awesome, probably. Should they put in it, yes, butt only if there is gonna be a restriction on it so younger players cant play it. Maby its a good idea to let the salesmen tell about it to the customers. Just in case they are buying it for their little kids.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on October 24, 2009, 01:28:57 AM
yea i buy games mostly based on gameplay/story whether it has extreme amounts of violence or not
when gets right down to it, if the game is good or really fun i will probably get it

of course, Left for Dead doesn't have much of a story BUT it is still loads of fun to play. i'd buy it cheap though since it doesn't have the greatest storyline, etc. to make me pay up like $60
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on October 24, 2009, 05:31:25 AM
About the decapitation thing, all I have to say is: YOU try taking a shotgun to the face from one foot away and see how in tact your head is. They're just all about realism I guess.

THOUGH I will say that RE4-5 passed a certain point of realism when you could blow their heads off from across the map with a rock :P
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on October 24, 2009, 06:33:25 AM
About the decapitation thing, all I have to say is: YOU try taking a shotgun to the face from one foot away and see how in tact your head is. They're just all about realism I guess.

THOUGH I will say that RE4-5 passed a certain point of realism when you could blow their heads off from across the map with a rock :P

 :D lol nice one JMG

but what do you mean blow their head off with a rock? ??? you cant even use rocks in RE 4 or 5
RE 4/5 probably did have more head exploding than it was being realistic but its just part of the game and i guess people like to see zombie's heads explode 

not that im saying its a good thing to laugh at people's heads exploding, but come on there must been at least one time when you shot a zombie in the face and it made you laugh, even a little bit

however, with graphics getting more and more realistic its becoming less funny and more intense(or something like that)
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Ergunno on October 24, 2009, 10:42:46 PM
Of course theres times I laugh when a zombie's head explodes. Play Call of Duty World at Warzombie mode with friends or Left 4 Dead with friends and you'll see XD.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on October 25, 2009, 01:52:54 AM
:D lol nice one JMG

but what do you mean blow their head off with a rock? ??? you cant even use rocks in RE 4 or 5
I was speaking hypothetically :P Basically, if you had a rock and you threw it at a gonado in RE4 EVEN IF YOU HIT IT IN THE LEG it's head would probably explode.

I mean, I love exploding Spanish Zombie heads as much as the next guy but this was a bit much.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Da_Cloud on October 25, 2009, 08:54:35 AM
I was speaking hypothetically :P Basically, if you had a rock and you threw it at a gonado in RE4 EVEN IF YOU HIT IT IN THE LEG it's head would probably explode.
Uhhhh maybe I played a different RE4, but by me the heads would only explode if you made a head shot. If you shot a zombie in the leg it would just "stun" for a moment.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Oniangel on October 25, 2009, 12:05:44 PM
Neither in mine Re4 the Head explode if you hit the leg.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on October 25, 2009, 03:37:27 PM
Uhhhh maybe I played a different RE4, but by me the heads would only explode if you made a head shot. If you shot a zombie in the leg it would just "stun" for a moment.
Spoiler (click to show/hide)
And once again, I was speaking hypothetically. Jeez lighten up guys :P
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on October 25, 2009, 10:27:50 PM
yea i guess thats what you mean, if you shoot a ganado with a parasite in it, its head will explode no matter where you hit it

Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on October 26, 2009, 12:17:57 AM
One of the things I loved about RE4 was the fact you could blow their heads off too. I just got this feeling of "Ha! Not gettin up from that one, are you?" Whereas a simple headshot was just "Yeah... that's dead."

The parasites were just icing on the cake. Right after I blew their heads all over the walls, something ELSE came out and gave me a feeling of "YES! Something more to killdeath!"

However, in RE5 the head explosions did in fact give me that feeling, but the parasites were A LOT HARDER TO KILL and sometimes your bullets would actually bounce off of them :o . So instead of "YES!" I was always thinking "OH CRAP WHERE BE MAH GRENADES"
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on October 26, 2009, 05:31:40 AM
yea when one of the parasites popped out, i would go on a shotgun rampage and kill it
good thing not many parasites can take a shotgun blast to the face. i also thinks its funny when you through a grenade into a crowd in RE 5 and you just see arms/chunks flyin everywhere :D

anyway, so we can get back on topic, what other violent games have you played that are worth mentioning?
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Vampirlord 17 on October 26, 2009, 05:13:44 PM
I acctualy dont mind it,if they die by a cruel violence death,by torture,or just beeing shoot,its same for me.Just that the game goes on  ;)
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Ally on October 28, 2009, 01:43:23 AM
I honestly don't care at all. A game is a game, no need to be horrified by it. Same thing goes with movies too. It's not real at all.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Apppppppple on October 28, 2009, 02:15:26 AM
I completely agree with Ally on this one. Word for word, if you don't like the games, just don't play them, if you like 'realism' when you shoot something in a shooter game, then blood is going to happen.

-?
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Shadow Gilgamesh on October 28, 2009, 03:48:31 AM
well talking about "realism"
i can see in, lets say god of war that when you stab something it bleeds or dies
that's fine
but when you rip things in two just by stabbing stuff from two sides at the same time and pulling, and then a human sized creature looses like 4 gallons of blood it's a bit rediculous
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on October 28, 2009, 04:24:19 AM
Yeah. It seems that everything you shoot in horror games have very high blood pressure.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Fairy Girl on October 28, 2009, 05:14:16 AM
Well, that's what ESRB is for. It's either Mild Blood, Blood, and Blood and Gore. I actually hate games with too much blood, but hey, it's just a game and no reason to shy away from it.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on October 29, 2009, 01:31:50 AM
well talking about "realism"
i can see in, lets say god of war that when you stab something it bleeds or dies
that's fine
but when you rip things in two just by stabbing stuff from two sides at the same time and pulling, and then a human sized creature looses like 4 gallons of blood it's a bit rediculous

well all games aren't supposed to be realistic especially when you're talking about fantasy/mythology games like God of War where much crazier things happen than a guy bleeding 4 gallons of blood
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Vampirlord 17 on October 31, 2009, 01:12:26 AM
ah God of War...so nice  8)

Realy,i like these things. Its not overeacted, and perfect. Some talk about assasins creed bad way of killing, while he is even nice enouth to end it fast  ;D

@keyblade:Yes, but there are top 10 s about moast realistic szene in a game. That is just real, even if the people are not real, cool effects.

Anyway, i ask myself, why do people call Call of Duty or shooters violent games that should be forever stopped making and selling?  ??? The game is fine to me even thou at my age if i lived in bigger tons, they surely wouldnt sell me call of duty.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on October 31, 2009, 01:21:12 AM
some people find it offense, etc. because its about war and they're kinda realistic. they also involve you killing a whole lot of people with guns that actually exist and can be used in real life

i personally do not find anything wrong with them
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Vampirlord 17 on October 31, 2009, 12:46:15 PM
well, it kinda teaches u what to do in situations, due to backup never comes for the right time lol

and i dont find it realistic at all maybe modern warfare at beginning, when beeing the president, they hit your pc xD
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on November 01, 2009, 06:11:27 PM
its mainly the whole killing a lot of people with real guns is what bothers people

also, speaking of modern warfare, in some recently leaked footage of Modern Warfare 2 there has been a lot of conterversy over this gruesome airport scene. i haven't seen it but thats what ive heard. im still going to buy the game though
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: AstriBlair on November 02, 2009, 05:19:05 AM
Violent games are cool and alright as long as you don't do what you see there to other real people.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Da_Cloud on November 02, 2009, 09:28:16 AM
its mainly the whole killing a lot of people with real guns is what bothers people
True, but they only complain when its in a game. You don't hear them complain about the thousands of movies that feature brute killing scenes.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Shadow Gilgamesh on November 02, 2009, 05:28:51 PM
True, but they only complain when its in a game. You don't hear them complain about the thousands of movies that feature brute killing scenes.
well USUALLY it's the bad guys killing inosent(sp?) civilians,and then the people dieing are bad guys so no one cares
but in a lot of video games you (the player) are supposed to be on the good side,but can kill civilians

and video games get a lot more heat because PARENTS don't enforce game ratings but do movie ratings and so we have 8 year olds playing GTA but not seeing live free or die hard
soooooooooo it's "bad" parents letting their kids play these games THEN a kid goes over to his house and plays them THEN his parents find out and throw a fit at the wrong people

and THAT is why violent video games get more heat then movies
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on November 03, 2009, 12:24:14 AM
True, but they only complain when its in a game. You don't hear them complain about the thousands of movies that feature brute killing scenes.

well thats cause you're just watching it, when you play a videogame you're actually controlling what happens and willingly shooting people

now, just so people don't get confused, i don't have problem with this but many parents do

but anyway have you guys heard about the airport scene in Modern Warfare 2? anyone seen it? i heard it caused a lot of conterversy and im curious
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Vampirlord 17 on November 05, 2009, 01:23:15 PM
ive read bout it. No pics thou. So, it didnt came yet in my land, so i will wait for it long...the japanese sword killings on world at war was realy hard on veteran ugh
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Sixty on November 05, 2009, 02:40:12 PM
Thats because the layout of the airport is almost identically to a real airport. So there was a huge fuss about it. people complain alot these days. My parents started complaining about me playing GTA IV. And not just about the random killing btw, also how i was fleeing from the police. Apparently i drove over to many pedestrians ;D
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Vampirlord 17 on November 05, 2009, 11:09:11 PM
but there right, many people got violent and used some other kinds of words because of games and tv
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on November 06, 2009, 01:03:03 AM
@Blade: My friend Jack is getting Modern Warfare 2 in five days and Left 4 Dead 2( Or as I like to call it, Left 2 Die) in 12 days so I'll tell you all how good they are and how violent they are.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on November 14, 2009, 12:48:45 AM
well i bought Modern Warfare 2 and i played the controversal airport level

yea  it was pretty brutal. you play as a terrorist and slaughter everyone in there

i didn't think it was that bad, i can see why some people might find it offensive though

here a link to the video if you wanna see it:
http://www.youtube.com/verify_age?&next_url=/watch%3Fv%3DPCoaZNjuLSI

or if you don't have a youtube accound go to the url under this one

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIHbM4NXVz4
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on November 14, 2009, 01:16:42 AM
Played MW2 all night Tuesday night. Jack and I pulled an all nighter and had a 7000 point knifefight in the airport. Took six hours.

This game is amazing :) this upcoming Friday you'll all get my review of LFD2 :D
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on November 14, 2009, 01:33:17 AM
yea the multiplayer is really REALLY fun, its a great game and all my friends got it too so its fun to play with them.

im not really into shooters, but i must say this could probably get me into the shooter genre
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Ultima on November 14, 2009, 01:39:06 AM
Keyblade, trust me, don't... The only other shooters that are worth your time are the horrors like Dead Space and Doom. The others are decidedly shallow or infuriatingly realistic (but you never know realism could be to your liking).
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Apppppppple on November 14, 2009, 01:47:44 AM
Hahaha, Dead Space would be so scary if it was real. But going back to Modern Warfare Two, it could also be argued that the part in the game where
Spoiler (click to show/hide)
is violent. I mean if you think about it, the things in the Modern Warfare games is partially taken from real life. They are just ideas that people can think up due to the surroundings they see. The airport level is just a representation of how the world is behaving. I think that it would be wrong to thrust those beliefs into a title for a minor to play, but Modern Warfare Two is for a Mature audience (Years 18+) who knows not to do this.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Vampirlord 17 on November 14, 2009, 01:19:26 PM
nice vids keyblade, the first cant be played, even thou i have an account, it says its too brutal or something.


lol, russians, what to expect? and the fsb guys are sure hard rocks. i cant wait till this game comes to my land
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on November 15, 2009, 08:31:45 PM
the game hasn't been released in Bosnia yet?
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Chaos on November 15, 2009, 10:37:32 PM
the game hasn't been released in Bosnia yet?

It has. My friend has it, I might get it later.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Vampirlord 17 on November 16, 2009, 09:38:02 AM
well, chaos lives nearer to the main town, i am somewhere near Croatia, so itl need some more time, WWE2010 should have been released too.but it didnt.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Crystal-Heart on November 17, 2009, 08:26:23 AM
Most of the games I play aren't very violent or gory (Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Super Mario, Pokemon, Sonic, Legend of Zelda, Disgaea). I don't really mind games that are though, as long as it doesn't seem the main reason for most of a game's "Awesome". I'm actually kind of odd though since gore, blood, & guts don't bother me one bit but a bone, needle, or anything of the like sticking out or into the skin makes me queasy.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: SilentBladez01 on November 18, 2009, 10:14:39 PM
Violence my ***

Too violent? Then simple put it down,simple as that...

But yeah,Mw2 isn't bad.I'd still prefer the Killzone and Resistance series, the Airport mission was nothing un-ordinary or 'offensive',people who complain about this kinda thing need to realize they're beating a dead... Donkey?  :P
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on November 22, 2009, 03:51:19 AM
Beat campaign on L4D2 and COD: MW2.

My ratings:
Left 4 Dead 2: 7.5 to 8 at best.
Modern Warfare 2: 9 to 9.5 at best.

Spoiler: To reduce clutter... (click to show/hide)
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: curly haired boy on November 24, 2009, 08:04:53 PM
i'm pissed at activision due to their removal of dedicated server support for MW2, so there was no way i'd ever buy the game...

but i did watch a playthrough on youtube. :P i have to say, the plot is one of the most ridiculous things ever. XD

i heard the airport scene was removed from the game for the russian release. that's understandable.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Ultima on November 24, 2009, 08:31:13 PM
i'm *Bleep*ed at activision due to their removal of dedicated server support for MW2, so there was no way i'd ever buy the game...

but i did watch a playthrough on youtube. :P i have to say, the plot is one of the most ridiculous things ever. XD

i heard the airport scene was removed from the game for the russian release. that's understandable.

Fair enough about the plot. That's entirely a matter of opinion. But getting annoyed at dedicated server removal. That's almost bordering on petty.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: curly haired boy on November 24, 2009, 08:38:03 PM
Fair enough about the plot. That's entirely a matter of opinion. But getting annoyed at dedicated server removal. That's almost bordering on petty.
well, considering that the game's main appeal is the multiplayer, and replacing dedicated servers with listen servers means GUARANTEED unbalanced play (host advantage)....it's kind of a big deal.

then again, if you're coming from the console side, P2P servers is all you know so it's not a big deal. ;)
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Ultima on November 24, 2009, 08:51:26 PM
Your a PC player? It suddenly becomes clear ;D! My apologies.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: curly haired boy on November 24, 2009, 09:15:35 PM
Your a PC player? It suddenly becomes clear ;D! My apologies.
it's quite alright :)

it really seems that it's a reversal from IW's previous position, though:

http://kotaku.com/5410518/then-vs-now-infinity-ward-on-dedicated-servers-mods-in-2007

what a difference 2 years of bobby kotick makes.  :-\
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on February 04, 2010, 06:18:29 AM
Just beat MW2 on Veteran mode after beating it on Hardened.

Let me just say that I was wrong. MW2 should've been an 11/10. The single player campaign is truly spectacular and always keeps you guessing. Though to be honest,
Spoiler (click to show/hide)
Also the "No Russian" level in that game was a bit gruesome. I can see why so many people freaked out about it. No biggy, though. It gives you the option to skip the mission and it also asks you at the beginning of the game if you would mind things like that. If you clicked "No", then it's your fault. Don't blame Infinity Ward.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: MK Emaster on February 04, 2010, 08:15:13 AM
Didn't see this topic coming up, but I knew something like this will pop up XD

Anyway, as long as players fallow the rating code for the age matter, the violence doesn't really seem a problem to me. It is okay to some blood stain around XD
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on February 05, 2010, 03:15:31 AM
anyone seen the new game called Dante's Inferno, i was watching some gameplay and the finishing move on this blind boss was gruesome and i was like :o
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: KainCrow on February 05, 2010, 03:25:55 AM
Well, there is a game called ‘The Labyrinth’. It's not exactly violent but more of horror.. N I did play some games over age limit when I was younger.. No harm done. Generally violent games are PG 15 unless they include some sexual thing.. So I'm fine to play now.

Blood's not exactly repulsive to me, killing n all were okay- Those games which people consider violent are fun, except it's a bit annoying when it's me who is being shot to death or being killed..
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on February 05, 2010, 04:00:22 AM
lol then you would be really annoyed playing MW 2 multiplayer because you get shot A LOT but its fun to shoot others as well :D
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on February 05, 2010, 04:32:05 AM
anyone seen the new game called Dante's Inferno, i was watching some gameplay and the finishing move on this blind boss was gruesome and i was like :o
I'm not gonna play that at all for the fact that it doesn't follow the Divine Comedy WHATSOEVER.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: KainCrow on February 05, 2010, 05:25:17 AM
Never tried, but still sounds worth a try.. Hmm, violent games are kinda useful in a sense that they r good for stress relieve.
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: xkeyblademasterx07 on February 05, 2010, 05:26:51 AM
I'm not gonna play that at all for the fact that it doesn't follow the Divine Comedy WHATSOEVER.

what is the Divine Comedy? is that the original story
Title: Re: Violent games
Post by: Judge Magister Gabranth on February 05, 2010, 05:34:57 AM
The Divine Comedy is an epic poem written by Dante Alighieri in 1308 AD. It's composed of over 14,000 lines of poetry which are divided into three canticas:
Inferno,  Purgatorio, and Paradiso.

In none of them did Dante fight the seven deadly sins(physically, that is).