A thoughtful look at whether GTA IV's impending cash bonanza will be a boon to gaining mainstream acceptance for the industry, or a detriment.
biggest game yet this gen, as long as us gamers enjoy it doesnt matter what happens around it as long as it doesn't effect the game
Yeah i dont care what the newspapers articles say about this game as long as they dont try to ban it. If they do then i will be forced to grab my pitchfork and join the angry mob and start rioting
can't wait to see how much the mainstream press tries to destroy it, of course there's no stopping gta
Trying to stop GTA is like the criminalization of Marijanna in a way. No matter what you campaign, you have the same chance of stopping GTA as you do stopping kids from masturbating and smoking. It's personal choices and the fact that the media swarm it only wants to make the audience they are trying to protect want it that much more :)
is its success its why everyone loves the game its the things you can do in the game that makes it so fun Be it taking my money back from the hookers or killing as many cops as a i can so yea its success will far out wieght its controversy for ppl that play the game instead of just talk about it
I think the hardcore gamers really appreciate gta for the quality experienc that it is, and don't just buy it for its taboo appeal.
It always has in the past, I don't see why this time will be any different.
GTA and controversy goes hand in hand, and nearing the release date the media will make multiple reports on this (looking at you fox news: sarcasm) media will not understand that the fans of this game have already reserved their copies or will buy once released for this game and by doing news reports they will only notify people who know nothing about this game. granted the posters and ads for this game is out, but will have minimal effect, but the city of chicago is already pulling down the posters of this game after fox news did a news report on this.
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