Video games should come with a physical manual

I recently bought Blood Bowl II for the Xbox One. It’s based on a turn-based board game from the British games company Games Workshop. It’s a cross between American football and the fantasy world of Warhammer Fantasy. When I tried to play the game, I was disappointed to learn that it didn’t come with an instruction … Continue reading “Video games should come with a physical manual”

Australian retailers remove Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto V, known simply as GTAV by its fans, has been yanked from Target and Kmart shelves in Australia. This was in response to an online petition signed by over 45,000 supporters who object to the game’s graphic violence and its portrayal of women. People in Australia can still buy GTAV, they just … Continue reading “Australian retailers remove Grand Theft Auto V”