- Nov 3, 2000
- Real Name
This is a quote from Morgan on a thread in the Video Game Hardware forum:
This is pretty much GameBoy Camera Advance. Its going to be used like the original (I presume) but the "put your face in a game" feature is supposed to actually be there for some games.Gamespot.com
This reminds me of an interesting topic. Remember when PD (before it launched) was originally rumored to allow you to put your face on a character for multiplayer play?
I remember thinking that sounded cool but couldn't see how it would ever fly with parents and the media. So I wonder if anyone will have the nerve to attempt to do such a thing? The media is already fond of calling FPS games "murder simulators" and the like. I can imagine what the uproar might be like if someone made a game that let you put you and your friends faces on in-game characters.
I personally think it would be a blast. I can see my friends and I laughing all night while we fragged one another in a game like that.
Anyway, I suppose this borders on a political topic, but I was just curious what you guys thought about the whole idea of putting your actual face in a game? Specifically the issue of FPS games.