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(The Epoch Times)   The Holocaust was so fun, a video game version for those who did not go through it is a no brainer   (theepochtimes.com) divider line 55
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2013-09-11 01:18:20 AM
I commend them for trying to tackling a subject that is obviously a difficult one. How can anyone judge something like this before it's released or more information made available? Indy and some AAA developers can pull off some amazing and artistic stuff. If done properly and tactfully, this game can essentially honor those who have died and bring about emotions, empathy, and awareness that no other form of media can quite pull off.

If this game may interest you, or a fan in games in general, I may recommend Papers, Please: Trailer. You play a border agent decides to approve or deny people into your 80's communist, USSR-like country based on their... papers. It may sound boring on the surface, but the game has a lot of depth and is getting great reviews. $10 on Steam I believe.

/Glory to Arstotzka!
 
2013-09-11 04:53:18 AM

Dragonflew: You didn't read the thread at all, did you?


No, I did, and all I saw were people who think subject material is what makes a game mature or immature, rather than the complexity and craft of the designs.
 
2013-09-11 07:49:57 AM

PchopSandwiches: I commend them for trying to tackling a subject that is obviously a difficult one. How can anyone judge something like this before it's released or more information made available? Indy and some AAA developers can pull off some amazing and artistic stuff. If done properly and tactfully, this game can essentially honor those who have died and bring about emotions, empathy, and awareness that no other form of media can quite pull off.

If this game may interest you, or a fan in games in general, I may recommend Papers, Please: Trailer. You play a border agent decides to approve or deny people into your 80's communist, USSR-like country based on their... papers. It may sound boring on the surface, but the game has a lot of depth and is getting great reviews. $10 on Steam I believe.

/Glory to Arstotzka!


I just hate the random bombings that are a part of the storyline. Even if you do the right thing they still blow stuff up. Oh and eventually it just gets tedious, still fun for a few hours though.
 
2013-09-11 11:55:40 AM

Mike_LowELL: Dragonflew: You didn't read the thread at all, did you?

No, I did, and all I saw were people who think subject material is what makes a game mature or immature, rather than the complexity and craft of the designs.


Well, it's a good thing you came into this thread to contribute to the conversation what you thought it was lacking. Oh wait, you didn't. You just came in here to threadshiat and contribute nothing. Again. Keep doing the Lord's work.
 
2013-09-11 01:54:21 PM

mooseyfate: Well, it's a good thing you came into this thread to contribute to the conversation what you thought it was lacking. Oh wait, you didn't. You just came in here to threadshiat and contribute nothing. Again. Keep doing the Lord's work.


By explaining how pointless this discussion thread was, I set video games forward by about six or seven seconds.  You can thank me later.
 
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