GI - Blacklist director Patrick Redding says focus on gore makes games an "easy target", believes diversity can quell concerns.
Great stuff and I completely agree. The industry needs to mature and open up to more genres than violence.
like what?... games that you don't need to kill people in order to progress or win? like Dishonored Metal Gear Series Deus Ex or games that aren't actually focused on the violence but more the story? like (including the aforementioned games) Heavy Rain Uncharted Enslaved probably one of the most highest profile games is a violent one and you let your kids play it Super Mario games going around crushing your enemies under your boots literally every two seconds and murdering the main villain by throwing him into the sun? talk about violent and immature!
Like Spec Ops The Line. Gameplay might not be that exciting as other TPS but it does the job and the story is truly amazing.
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It will probably never catch on, at least for a while. Even some of the most kid friendly movies still have violence in it. Cartoon violence. I think we will keep getting more art games, but it will never be mainstream. just like art movies no one likes, but get respected by the industry.
Is that why you take a more violent action approach?
It's a hypocritical statement that's for sure. This is the most violent sc to date...
Calling the kettle black I see... unbelievable. and coming from someone who is in the process of obliterating a franchise by "making the player feel like an experienced killer". Even in PSOM he said he wants people to not worry about "aiming and feeling fragile and stuff". He is the posterchild of a (newly redefined) game that uses mindless, shameless slaughter as a key selling point.
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This is ridiculous. There are all sorts of games made available for purchase, and mostly games like Mario, Dance Central, or Guitar Hero/Rock Band sell like hot cakes. All being very, very violence-less. I enjoy FINALLY being able to play good quality "M" games. If I'm playing a game like God of War or Battlefield, I want to see them as they SHOULD be. Same goes for a game like Last of Us. What, did you want these people in these situations to give hugs? Or rip a guy open and sparks fly out? No. The Last of Us NEEDS violence, because it sells the world. God of War, Gears of War, and Battlefield all the same. Without violence in these game worlds, it just wouldn't make sense. There's a rating for games without violence, and that's where you go if you don't want it. If it doesn't sell, it's because it isn't interesting or just isn't good, not because it lacks violence.
Uh but your game: Splinter Cell is nothing but a mindless third person action game meant for the player to feel empowered and kill everything in sight. *sigh* I miss the old SC. In ConViction's limited art manual they say "The Sam Fisher you knew is dead! Long live new Sam!" Well sorry Ubisoft, I am sorry that you killed him.
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