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Is violence required to make a good game great?

The Wii seems like the ideal platform for developers to try out unique, nonviolent ideas. Judging by its library of games, Wii owners seem to be more accepting of new concepts. The platform is filled with titles like Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz, Wii Sports, and a variety of other games that covet fun over violence. And for the most part, they sell well.

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SpoonyRedMage3830d ago

Violence has been used because Narrative need conflict to progress and violence is a natural way to have conflict and conflict that can be entertaining(as weird as that sounds).

However I don't think games need excessive violence to work and a lot of the top games don't. You don't need to see blood flying everywhere and people getting limbs cut off. It's Gratuitious.

I would like to see a nonviolent, story driven game though.

Beast_Master3830d ago

YYYYEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSS! TONS AND TONS of it make it GREATER THAN GREAT!

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RockmanII73830d ago

Violence isn't required, but it does help.

presto7173830d ago

People will always love shooting zombies and slashing dragons