10°
Submitted by SpaceSquirrel 1294d ago | interview

TGS: Masaya Matsuura: The Cultural Legacy Of Games Is Improving

Gamasutra: Back in 2008, Masaya Matsuura, head of NanaOn-Sha (Parappa the Rapper) wrote an article for Gamasutra lamenting the cultural legacy games were leaving for future generations to find. Violence, he said, was the main focus of our creative content, and so future anthropologists might consider our recreational activities to be backward and barbaric. (Industry, Masaya Matsuura)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

Mario Party 10 Review: A Wii U Fail I Play Legit

3m ago - "To activate the entire game of Mario Party 10, you would have to spend upwards of $200.00. This... | Wii U
20°

Review: Axiom Verge (DarkZero)

7m ago - Jorge S Fernandez: "It is somewhat tragic that the term "Metroidvania" continues to persist in vi... | PS4
Ad

Bloodborne (PS4) Review

Now - Ken steps into the world of Bloodborne, prepared to die. | Promoted post
40°

Final Fantasy Type 0 HD Review | GAW

30m ago - Caitlin F of Gamer Assault Weekly takes a look at Square Enix's Final Fantasy Type 0 HD. | PS4
30°

Peter McConnell Interview (Composer, Grim Fandango Remastered) - Alternative Magazine Online

30m ago - Alternative Magazine Online recently reviewed Grim Fandango Remastered, describing it as “a 17-ye... | PC
40°

Start A Videogame Kickstarter & Steal From An Icon. Why Not

30m ago - Greg Micek writes: "Game developers running roughshod over the intellectual property of others is... | PC