The Times, a prominent British newspaper, recently featured an article on their website entitled "Video games: I'll never buy one". In this article columnist Giles Whittell wrote:
"I like wind, rain, tents, mountains, fresh air. That's why my children won't get Nintendos."
In response to this latest anti-game story, a member of DarkZero's staff remarks:
"You see Mr. Whittell, becoming immersed in games isn't a one-way door… The experiences you have and the things you see and do will stay with you for the rest of your life. You champion the outdoors as being a pure and wonderful place, but you will never look at it in the way I do- because you sir will never play Viva Pinata."