Crosshairs: R18+ Special, Vanquish, Lego Harry Potter
In this special Crosshairs edition, we break down the latest setback for R18+ ratings for games with an in-depth talk with the head of the IGEA, we sit on the couch to chat Vanquish and Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4, and more!
Sega and Platinum are at it again. First they bust heads with Bayonetta and now Vanquish. The gameplay will be nothing like any one has played before in a 3rd person shooter, fast-paced and over the top just like Bayonetta. I can't wait for Vanquish to hit store shelves.
Great episode guys =) I really do like this Laura woman. Such kind eyes :D I'ts spring, and the love blossoms :)
I'm liking Laura, not in the OMG GAMER GIRL way, but because she's not the G4 TV style T&A who happens to know how to work a console. The school uniform is a neat bonus.
That's a great episode peops! My kids can't wait for Lego Harry Potter and Vanquish looks interesting. From a UK resident's point of view I think the whole R18+ issue is both hilarious and sad at the same time. I don't see how the government can justify their on-going resistance to it. I think @herodotus2006 has hit the nail on the head!! Australia the nanny state!!
@zeonfollower, because its the American's that make these games :P Lego Harry Potter looks guiltily fun.
"Vanquish" does look the part...hopefully it plays the part. "Looking quite good"? Looks very good to me. Harry Potter does actually look fun, more so than Indiana Jones. Just like the Internet Filter project, the R18+ debate does not focus on home control, but governmental control. Parents need more education, not Govt. control and censorship.