The announcement of Hell's Kitchen: The Game continues the gaming industry's downward charge into easy to make, easy to sell casual games. This is not the way forward.
This is one step away from discussions about Big Brother and it's impact on gaming..
hooray for the Big B finally getting AXED in Australia!
I know BB is over!!!!!!!!! thank god...I dont like thinking that we live in a world with people who like that junk...
but good luck in trying to do so.
im all for hating on art that isnt art....lol.....but if people buy the sh!t what can you do???
Nowhere near as bad as Smarties Meltdown or Crazy Frog Racer.
On the flip side, it's probably not going to be nearly as good as the 7-Up Spot game
Ramsey makes TV interesting but kills gaming.Sad times
Our beloved industry was able to survive games like... Yo noid! http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... If Games like Hells kitchen would be killing video games, Video games would be dead a long time ago. Articles like these are useless, people think they know sh*t, but real they know squat.
Disagree, lets compare the games industy to the film industry, sh1t cheesy indy films that cost about 10 dollars to make arent killing the Hollywood blockbusters, there is anough market to cater for every type of game, end of the day if its not your cup of tea, dont buy it, if there is no market then these types of games will cease to be developed
just go back to swearing on national tv its more interesting
They'll make it and unfortunately it will sell. Then the press will complain about poor TV game tie ins and they will do it all over again because it is easy money. If Ubisoft doesn't do it then EA or Activision would step in and do it... can't let that money just go untaken.
the PC version is already out, and is fun. A bit too easy though.
cant wait for this game. this and iron chef
WHy make the game an issue ? Games adaptation of TV shows have always been there , casual trend or not .
Just don't buy it. Simple enough, they'll get the message. They'll buy the game, get bored of it, it goes on Ebay within a week or so.
Weak attempt at creating artificial panic. "easy to make, easy to sell casual games". This will NOT sell at all. There will always be people trying to cash in on whatever's hot. They will FAIL. Expect this game in the bargain bin a month after it's release.
Think of this: There isn't a single cooking simulator out there. The closest thing to the Food Network is Cooking Mama.. :S If this game is done properly, it could be the next Tiger Woods.. Remember when everyone thought how much of a sell out that game would be? Then we played it, and it was amazing. If anything, it's close-minded gamers that are bringing down our industry; certainly not Gordon Ramsay. I will definitely wait for reviews before running out to buy it, but I absolutely haven't ruled it out as a potential purchase.
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