You know what really grinds my gears... this crap (sorry for the heated intro, but you'll understand after the colon):
Carol Lieberman, a psychologist and book author, told FoxNews.com that sexual situations and acts in video games -- highlighted so well in Bulletstorm -- have led to real-world sexual violence.
“The increase in rapes can be attributed in large part to the playing out of [sexual] scenes in video games,” she said.
has jumped onto Bulletstorm
, slamming the game's "excess of profanity" and the fact that you can shoot "enemies in the private parts (such as the buttocks)". They call in a number of 'experts' to assess the potential damage to children "as young as 9 playing such games", and more specifically, Bulletstorm, and comedy really does ensue.
"Games without sufficient quality of gameplay - games that include highly objectionable violent or sexual content - often pump up the level of this kind of content to gain media attention," claims Billy Pidgeon, a videogame analyst with M2 Research. "This tactic typically fails, as can be seen in the poor sales performance of titles such as BMX XXX and Postal."
It's a rough read overall, especially given the headline "Is Bulletstorm the Worst Video Game in the World?", but if you want to check it out, hit the Fox News link in the body and prepare to rage-read.