Submitted by kevco33 1799d ago | article

Controversy for Controversy's Sake: Videogames Still Lack Maturity

Controversy in videogames is not an unusual turn-of-events. As with any form of media, there will be those who decide it's within their right, or perhaps even directly their goal, to push the boundaries of what is accepted in terms of sex, violence and profanity. But there are two games from a single publisher that have recently been grabbing headlines, and for two very different reasons. (Culture, PC, PS3, SAW, Six Days In Falluga, Six Days in Fallujah, Xbox 360)

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