Livingstone, Jackson defend games in front of select committee

Eidos exec Ian Livingstone has told a House of Commons select committee that parents must take responsibility for what children play - and that there's no evidence violent games can change behaviour.

Livingstone was in attendance at an evidence session held by the Culture, Media and Sport Committee yesterday, along with ELSPA director general Paul Jackson.

One of the issues under discussion was "concern about the nastier aspects of violent games", as raised by Labour MP Mike Hall.

Livingstone told the committee, "Not all games are violent games; in fact, the minority of them are violent.

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25 Most Played / Supported Adult Games of 2024

The best-selling adult games in the market, along with their revenue figures.

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Petebloodyonion56m ago

I guess these companies didn't call Sweet baby inc. for help.


MobyGames celebrates 25 years and teases what's next for them

"We’re delighted to share that MobyGames, the authoritative online video game database resource, turns 25 today. Since its founding, MobyGames has been on a mission to meticulously catalog all relevant information about video games and the individuals or organizations behind them, and, of course, the instantly recognizable whale mascot. Please join the community, the MobyGames team, and Atari in celebrating this milestone." - MobyGames.


Check Out This Beautiful Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Porsche 911

Today Square Enix and car manufacturer Porsche revealed a collaboration dedicated to the popular JRPG Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.

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