Games are growing up. There is a very real movement to mine greater emotional depth from interactive entertainment, to produce clever narratives and explore engaging themes. We're seeing games that strive for a level of maturity above simple guts and sexual gratuity, and while there's an incredibly long way to go, it's encouraging to see games that do speak to something more meaningful than what we're used to.
Then there's Bloodforge, a game about a man wearing a horned skull, who exists as nothing more than a mass of shouting muscles and does nothing but chop off limbs, smash bones, and roar manly thing as half-dressed women and bellowing beasts in loincloths.
At last, we have the Citizen Kane of screaming bloodlust.... read more