It’s thought provoking and bring us a few questions that seem appropriate for some reflexion while we wait for the M rated (but toned down in some ways) Fallout 3.
I want to thank Desslock for allowing me to publish this, now here’s a small excerpt:
Tremendous sales of M-rated shooters have demonstrated that it’s not commercial suicide to produce games with mature content. It’s a shame RPG developers seem less willing than their shooter counterparts to risk ostracism from commercial outlets like Walmart in order to produce M-rated games, when there’s no genre where such content is more appropriate.
You can read the rest here.