Grand Theft Auto V’s voice actors have responded to accusations that Rockstar’s game “glamorizes violence”.
In an interview with PC Advisor, the trio have decided to respond to concerns that the video game is encouraging real life acts of violence.
Ned Luke, who plays miserable Michael de Santa in the game, told the site, “Anyone who has any conception at all about the games and hasn’t played them should go play the games before they open their mouths.
Ubisoft has confirmed plans to bring South Park: The Stick of Truth and Watch Dogs to the New York Comic Con next week.
Players will get a chance to see Watch Dog’s companion app in action, which lets users hack into other players’ virtual cities and wreak havoc.
Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag, Just Dance 2014, and The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot will also make an appearance as part of the Ubisoft-sponsored ‘Next Level’ competition, in which attendees can compete for special prizes.
There’s an effort underway to create the world’s first video-game based theme park and resort in Southwest Florida. It’s called Game Nation and the team behind it will be holding a three day roll out event in the downtown Fort Myers River District in November.
The idea behind the Game Nation concept is a theme park where, instead of just riding rides, patrons create their own characters, whose adventures and challenges they live out in fantasy and video-game based simulations.
“We wanted something that was totally interactive, that’s submersive; that’s based around you, your character,” said entrepreneur and Game Nation creator Daniel Ruke.