Video game box art interpreted by children

For no particular reason other than having nothing better to do, Gamesradar's Matt Cundy recently decided to get his kids (two daughters, 5 and 7) to look at a bunch of random game covers and tell him what they thought each game should be called based purely on their interpretation of the box art.

He would hold up a game box, taking care to cover the title, they would look at the game box and then say, "Dad, this is stupid, can we go outside and play please?" Obviously that's not what he wanted them to say. So he bribed them with sweets and empty promises of a pony and then they were much more willing to help the old man out. This is what happened.

Read Full Story >>
The story is too old to be commented.