All over the world Microsoft Kinect is in big hype. Not only is it the first interactive video game in which you do not need a controller for, but it also can be educational. 10 Million Kinects have been sold throughout the world, but also many different hacks have come out for it that can enhance the ability of the Kinect. Continue reading »
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A few minutes and polite questions passed before anyone tackle the enormous zombie elephant in the room. So… how did resident evil 5 producer Masachika Kawata react to the accusation that the game’s use of African villagers as monstrous enemy was inherently racist? “It was a little bit unfortunate,” he explains calmly. “And we feel that it was a little bit unfair because we set the game in Africa and then obviously we had to make the indigenous people, and they happened to be black people. We don’t take racism so lightly it was just a coincidence nothing more.”
No, you can’t turn their paws into novelty ashtrays. The only shooting that happens here is the digital SLR kind. Afrika is all about respect for nature – the kind that sees you tip-toeing though bushes secretly taking pics (which is fine, apparently, when you’re on safari and not holding in next door’s garden). So this is a first person shooter, but a polite, voyeuristic one that has you snapping beasts rather than accumulating a grand piano’s worth of ivory using a scoped 308 Winchester.