So Mr. Alex Ward (creative director of EA's Black) seems kinda pissed at we Americans who didn't seem to appreciate his last-gen game. Before I go on, peep this recent interview over at Multiplayer with Mr. Ward. Now what I find funny is the fact that he goes off into this whole silly rant about how we Americans always claim that we "beat" (he seriously dislikes the term) games. He makes it sound as if we don't care or appreciate a game that one beats. I don't know about you guys, but growing up, I always assumed the word was just a slang for completing a game and not necessarily meant in a way that says a game was not worth the time. Either way I get the feeling ol' Ward was just buggin' out because his game Black, didn't quite live up to the expectations of us "American" gamers. He must have been so sure we were going to eat that joint up since it dealt with GUNS, GUNS, and mo' GUNS because thats what Americans like...right? And before the game even dropped, he coined the phrase "Gun Porn" and whatnot and now all of a sudden he claims he was trying to tell a deep story on some American vs. American terrorist bullcrap. Whether he had a message or not, bad storytelling is bad storytelling! Deal with it Mr. Ward, and save your deep stories for Sundance! Games are meant to be fun and not some psycho, mindf**k with a deep message. Peace and God bless.