Video game characters are unique game to game, but some things seem so universal that there has to be classes somewhere.
As many a genie movie has taught us, you should be careful what you wish for. The powers that we implicitly wish for every day while playing video games might go even less smoothly.
Look, we set the standards for video games and we know that being racist, sexist, homophobic jerkholes is wrong ... don't we?
Let's face it: As much as we love video game characters, we've all been so frustrated to the point that we wished them violent harm. We asked you to show us what that looked like.
What should be a golden opportunity to highlight all the things games do better than less interactive media has more often been an excuse to rush something out before a movie's out of theaters. We show you why it doesn't have to be that way.
For years alchemists tried to turn stupid lead into gold. Game developers have fixed that formula by ditching the dead weight of the eighth word.
I have to admit that some of the most fun I've ever had in gaming was due to multiplayer. It just so happens that every great multiplayer game I've played was completely broken.
Video games have a set rules all their own. Here's what it would look like if you sat down in a classroom in some of these universes.