I'm struck by the paradox here. On one hand, we have 'murder simulators' teaching our kids to be hardened killers. But on the other hand, we have GH which will never teach our kids to play guitar. Which is it, do games teach, or not teach skill? Can we have he and Jack discuss it somewhere?
I can't understand bashing a game. Are the musicians afraid of a flood of talent, like maybe GH can really teach playing guitar (laughable). Or maybe it is about music, popularity, and royalties.
As for the Ferrari, I think they are more fun in video games. I don't have to worry about traffic tickets, insurance, the price of gas, maintenance, or what happens when I loose control at 160 and crash This comment was edited on Jun 8, 00:26.