There’s a ruckus going round about clicking cookies. Steam is making us click for Summer deals, whilst busy gamers are going mental for incremental gaming. So whats the big deal about it? Surely, I don’t have time to be playing an incremental game… right?
You’d have it heard it all before: “GTA turned my man into a murder machine”, harks a heartbroken mother. In swoops the media, adding fuel to the fire – three cases of murder in just the last week may be linked to the new Call Of Duty, it seems. Technophobic parents might turn to violent games to excuse their child of wrong-doings, but I understand it very differently.
Fallout 4’s recent trailer has caused some fall-outs with the fandom. The series adopts a graphic ability vastly overshadowed by recent triple-A titles such as the Witcher 3, released by CD Projekt RED. As such, many gamers wonder why it couldn’t match the Witcher’s graphical prowess. Should a game this modern be plagued with “Xbox 360 graphics”?
“Rock Band 4? Guitar Hero Live? How do I know these games, and what makes them so special?”
Well, I’m glad you asked…