The day this site starts showing any political bent, I'll be leaving. I don't come here or care what the contributors political slants are, although I have a very good idea.
I just think back to comedy from the 70s and 80s and how it just couldn't fly today with how overly sensitive and so easily triggered people are now. Its quite pathetic. Its COMEDY. If it doesn't trigger you in some way, they're not doing their jobs. And I wouldn't care if it wasn't for the extreme slant where certain people get a pass, and others can lose their careers. PC is the ENEMY of comedy.
These tests tell me that certain people shouldn't be writing or reviewing movies, because their sense of priorities is whacked=)
They better change the design of those knobs...yikes!!!
That was great. Back when the tech first came out and Electronic stores weren't afraid of people stealing the remotes, I've turned it off whenever I had the chance. A few button presses and suddenly everything looks right again=)
There are VERY few instances in any game that can compare to the best movies, in regards to story, acting and plot. And I've been playing since the 70s. Plenty of games try really hard. Many are built on fantastic premises as well. But very few can actually wrap up a story properly.
And from my few hours in Red Dead, the presentation so far as been extremely well done...although westerns aren't my thing.
In recent memory the only thing that can even come close from an acting standpoint that has convinced me to be in any way emotionally connected to a character is Hell Blade. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sanPP6-pnY
also...Far Cry 3 did a good job of making it easy to hate this guy...in an action movie sort of way.
ICO also did a very good job for its time, with no dialogue. Most of the time I couldn't' give a crap what happens to my characters in games, usually because they're written so poorly or not animated well enough to make them convincing living things.
What's that picture? An extremely bad Photoshop job of a Canon and Panasonic handicam cobbled together, hehe?