Here is a great discussion topic i've just came up for all you gamrconnect folks to ramble on about
Can video/computer games be regarded as an necessity for the millions who play them?
This is a hard one to write out in one line as an question but is gaming on video game consoles and computers an necessity for people to have. But to get your heads around it answer these questions:
1. How will you go without TV
2. How will you go without Internet
Those two things are now classed as a necessity for MILLIONS of people World Wide. And because of them they have the right to complain how its handled just like how we handle out Food and water. You dont want terrible or bad food or water around so the consumers complain and take action against bad products and bad water for thousands of years.
we also complain about whats on TV and how our Internet is ran. For example the TV networks cant display hardcore porn or public executions on TV all the time because we as the consumer would complain and ultimately take action with laws and stuff like that.
But can video games be classed as the same as TV and the internet. Millions rely on it for Entertainment all the time and can you see yourself with out it there as a source of entertainment.
If Video games are classed as an necessity we should have the power to complain and control , the Costs of games, and what are on games for example: if suddenly all the food supermarkets raised there prices of food , there would be chaos and in the end they would come down. What about games if there prices were to suddenly double you would complain desperately to get them down since you need them. Same with quality, you dont want the market to be fool of boring poor quality games just the same as bad and poor quality food.
thats all i am going to say but this really comes down to
Do we have the right to complain about the games given to us?
Of Course That's Just My Opinion, I Could Be Wrong