Originally Posted by spud84
if i was 13 or 14 again i'd love it. Why when gaming is beginning to become more mainstream and get an older audience do they try to revert it to the domain of teenage boys again? Seriously this sort of stuff makes saying that i'm a gamer in my late 20's feel embarrassing.
Note to activision: Start marketing to the 'older' gamers, we are employed and have disposable incomes so unlike teenagers we can afford to buy games year round rather than pirate them or wait till christmas/birthdays.
I know what you mean, I just turned 30 in Sept. Unfortunately, to make better games for us, they'd have to be more complex (read: more costly to the developer).