The controversial Half-Life 2 mod's developers defend their shocking creation!
Pawnstick's last response.. wow.
That was my reaction, too.
I'm still processing the fact that he said that.
That and, "I’m trying to make the main character as likable as possible."
How can you defend something like that?? It's inherently invalid.
Did any one feel crazy after cod mw2 killing all the people in the airport? I kinda was like wow I just did that But this is different no point just crazy rage killing I do not approve of this type of game or rape sims just kinda seems sick and lost
Did you even read what the guy said about the game? They're trying to show how bunt and horrible these things are - the kind of people that do these shootings are beyond a game tipping them over the edge, but it could give them a way of releasing that tension WITHOUT resorting to murder.
I don't think it sounds as clear-cut as that from their answers, to be honest. There seems to be a divide even between the devs over what their aim actually is.
I did read so they are doing us a favor making trash like this? I think not be real man dude just wanted to make a fucked up game. with his logic whats next killing baby game for the crazy moms who do their kids in, get drunk and smash your wifes face game,smoke meth and loose all your teeth game,Stuff like this adds to the fuel for people who are thinking about doing something crazy not every one but really if you want to help some one who is on the edge this is not it it's counter productive
Yeah, but he contradicts himself. He says that his goal is to make the game "fun", which seems at odds with the intent to show school shootings as horrible. And then there's his final answer.
Whatever you think about the mod, that was a bloody good interview, both from the bloke asking the right questions and the honest and no-bullshit responses from the interviewees.
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