RPGCast – Episode 468: “Is There A Clown In It?”

Chris loses a filling. Anna Marie steals the Switch again. Kelley loses a child. And Alex luvs the muv. No dogs were harmed in the filming of this podcast.

Question of the Week?
What thing can you just NOT handle happening in a video game (or movie)?

5 Responses

  1. LordGolbez LordGolbez says:

    QOTW: I don’t think I have one of those. My dealbreaker things would tend to be pervasive, rather than incidental. Like that creepy game you guys were reporting on that won’t get localized (thank God). I’m sure there’s some things that one scene could be bad enough, but it would probably be such a rare thing that I wouldn’t need a “does the dog die” type reference to look for it. It would probably be something bad enough to come up in reviews.

  2. Victar Victar says:

    I generally don’t care for extreme or graphic violence in games, and I’ll usually avoid any game rated M. If I am interested in an M rated game, I’ll do a bit of research before I consider buying it.

  3. Shaymin Shaymin says:

    As above, extreme or graphical violence (especially if guns are involved). Also, anything written by David Cage.

  4. bobbywatson bobbywatson says:

    Scenes of torture is usually a good signal that a game/movie/tv series is not for me. It’s why I stopped watching 24 and Game of Thrones.

    Extreme or very graphic violence is something I try to avoid as well.

    Also cats and dogs dying.

  5. Intense graphic violence in video games, or movies and TV shows for that matter.

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