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Post  technology tester on Thu Jun 17, 2010 11:43 pm

One of the more popular genres in video games is crime movies. With colorful characters, endless scenarios for action and shoot outs and an established story line from the original film these games never fail to entertain even the most jaded of video game players. Crime movies have always had a loyal following and that tradition continues with video games made to copy the captivating scenes and trigger men from such popular crime stories as The Godfather, Reservoir Dogs, Scarface and The Sopranos. Often rated in the Teen to mature audience range these games are loaded with violence and adult content matter that is not suitable for children, much like the movies they borrow from.

Why crime stories continue to fascinate large audiences is beyond debate at this point. Pop culture has been immersed in organized crime tales ever since Vito Corleone started making offers no one could refuse. Now the gaming industry is capitalizing on the unquenchable thirst gamers have for playing out their own crime fantasies from the relative safety of their own homes. dead to Rights: Retribution is thoroughly enjoyable while it lasts, but forgotten as soon as the credits roll. You play renegade cop Jack Slate, tackling bad guys with fists, feet and guns, alongside attack dog Shadow, whose propensity for munching baddie gonads amusingly heralds a "Scrotal" achievement.

A landmark film that is always listed in any serious critic's top 10 movies of all time The Godfather is an American family saga that continues to influence pop culture today. From intense characters, brutal acts of retribution and subject matter that touches every facet of life the film translates easily to the surreal world of video games. Starting out as a soldier a game player of The Godfather works his way up through the Capo regime to one day head his own family and bask in the infamy and fortune that follow. Forging alliances, testing the loyalty of friends and associates and making difficult, sometimes fatal, decisions regarding life and death the game captures the unique and fragile fabric of the American crime family that has been woven into pop culture.
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