361Th3solutionTue 28th May 2019 @RogerRoger Yeah, it’s hard to not have personal bias affect judgement of these games. I respect those that enjoy games with questionable edginess and I hold to the theory that games are an art form and deserve some degree of expressive leeway, and also that games are a form of escape and fantasy; the average player won’t become a mass murderer, car thief, rapist, or drug addict by playing them, but some games and some people push the boundaries just for the sake of creating a firestorm of controversy. I’m not saying Saints Row did this, but the series did garner a lot of free marketing due to some of the controversy created. And I know there is some mindless fun to be had in these games, even if some of the actual mission titles and gameplay mechanics are so far out there that I’d get banned from Push Square for just typing them here. 😅 Edited on Tue 28th May, 2019 @ 12:50 by Th3solution The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.