Put your dukes up! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lutzifer   
Donnerstag, 20 Dezember 2007
ImageFinally we get some new info on the long awaited duke nukem forever that single-handedly forced the invention of the term vaporware (head over to 3drealms.com for pics and teaser-trailer). Can it be coincidence that on the same day the german government is tightening legislature on violent games, so that violent video games can be more easily banned? I haven't had the time to check out what the changes will mean for game-publishers and customers in particular, but rest assured, the german government usually knows how to screw up laws, so i bet it wont be pretty for anyone involved. Especially since most politicians involved seem to have no clue regarding video-games. That is not to say, that legislature on violent games cannot be beneficial for our culture and especially young gamers / children. I guess i ll have to do a banned-in-germany article-series to discuss all the issues and games that are banned. But until then, put your dukes up against political idiocy worldwide and always bet on duke ;)



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