Back in April, Gamers’ Voice sent a letter to Channel 5 over an episode of The Wright Stuff program after it linked a London gang-related shooting with violent videogames, before showing footage of Modern Warfare 2’s No Russian level.
Gamer's Voice headlines
Rights group Gamers’ Voice has hit out at C5’s The Wright Stuff after it alleged a link between a London gang-related shooting and violent videogames, following which the programme showed footage of 18-rated Modern Warfare 2 at 10.30am.
Analyst Michael Pachter and the organization Gamers’ Voice have entered into a war of words, so to speak, after Pachter called the group a ‘crybaby’ following its plans to report Activision to the UK’s Office of Fair Trade over prevalent issues in PC and PS3 versions of Black Ops.
Keeping its word, pressure group Gamers Voice has reported Activision to the UK Office of Fair Trade over the PS3 and PC versions of Black Ops.
Independent British consumer group Gamers’ Voice is planning to petition the Office of Fair Trading to investigate the persistent freezing and glitches it says are littering the PS3 and PC versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Gamer's Voice latest