Have your parents ever commented on the video games you play while you were playing them? What kind of comments were they?
I was playing Brute Force on the xboxhueg and my mom kept laughing at me because I couldn't get past the level with the psychic crystal guys
My dad usually takes note of the graphics getting more and more realistic, but that's pretty much it. Funniest time was when he wanted to try out GTAV because the graphics were so good to him and he ended up playing it for 4 hours straight. Nigga just went in circles around the entire map with 6 stars over and over again.
My dad always wanted to play football games with me, then he would get mad if I beat him, even though he never played them and I always did.
My mum watched me play The Last of Us. She was constantly calling Joel an idiot for risking his life over a girl he didn't know.
It was fun I guess. She doesn't care for the other garbage I play though.
Me and my little cousin were playing smash bros melee and my dad sat down and watched.
He commented something along the lines of "this is like a whole other level of play then what i'm use to"
Those guys were tough
My mom liked to watch me play MK3 and do the fatalities.
My dad asked me why I always play as a girl when he saw me playing Smash.
>playing a game
>dad walks in and watches
>pressure is on
>blow it and die hard
>he walks away laughing
>15 minutes later hes still laughing and i can hear him from across the house
>3 years ago
>One day my father saw me play WoT
>He's super interested in WW2
>Let him play it
>He loves it
>Install it on the family PC in the living room
>Fast forward to today
>He's 4 tiers ahead of me
>He can kick my ass with the little LTP
My parents really liked the title theme of The Wind Waker.
My dad commented on one of the 40-minute long cutscenes in MGS2 and said, "Wow, that's some pretty deep stuff".
He also used to play Mario Kart 64 with my brother and I when I was 4 or so.
>Is that really worth wasting your life?
-My Dad, 7 years ago.
>"He's got a big ass."
-My dad, while I was playing the Metal Gear Solid games, mainly 2 and 4. He would just show up and comment like that, then go back and do whatever he was doing beforehand. Every fucking playthrough, it was the same damn thing.
>My parents really liked the title theme of The Wind Waker.
Mom heard Zelda's Lullaby once (the scene where Link meets her in the castle courtyard, specifically) and thought it was a porno.
My dad isn't too interested, but my mom loves vidya. She doesn't actually play it, but she likes to watch more story-oriented games and ones with dark or creepy themes.
We've played through the Silent Hill series, Resident Evil 4, Fallout 3, The Last of Us, Dead Space, The Walking Dead, and other stuff.
She kinda just directs me and solves puzzles while I handle the actual gameplay. It's fun, just don't get to do it much anymore since I live so far away.
I remember multiple times my mother would storm into my room to yell at me about Star Ocean The Second Story while I was playing it, namely about the characters constantly screaming the same shit over and over, to the point one time she just stood around openly doing the mocking retard imitating voice children try to do to make fun of people, just repeating shit being said back at the game but sounding way more gibberish.
>Are you any good?
No. I consider myself slightly above average but I get absolutely annihilated by anyone above that, sometimes people even worse.
Somehow, looking at how many times I've lost proportional to the amount of times I've played them, I'm actually better with Shulk. And even then I'm still not exceptional.
My dad used to kick my ass at Tetris on the brick. My mom liked watching me play Rayman, Spyro, R&C, J&D on the PS2. The game she liked the most was Shadow of the Colossus. My mother's alright come to think of it.
My dad recently walked into my room and asked why me and my brother were playing such an old game (smash bros 1).
I told him we never really put it down since we got it, showed him our stat page which is maxed out on both our mains, with the rest about 60% complete. Estimates range at about 16000 combined hours but that isn't recorded by the cartridge.
He laughed, said he found it funny that we got so much enjoyment out of something he paid maybe 20 bucks for. By far the most cost efficient entertainment purchase of his life, he said, and he doesn't even play video games.
Then he played a couple rounds and we all had a good time.
>losing to Chun Li in SF4
>losing to Ibuki in SF4
>losing to Sakura in SF4
>"Why are you losing to a girl? Haha"
My dad plays videogames so most of his comments are just on things happening in games, sometimes questioning the realism of things but pretty level headed overall. Feels good having parents that don't question spending all day on electronic devices.
My mom watched me finish mgs2 when I was home for christmas.
She said something along the lines of "I've never heard of a game like this before" and "it's like a detective mystery"
I remember bearing witness to a friend introducing his grandma to a game of Sims years ago. At first she laughed at the prospect, never could take the contraption (the PC) seriously not to mention a game designed for it. But as the weeks passed, the non-belief wore off, laughter dried up. Not to say she didn't get any amusement from the playthrough. What happened was that she actually grew timid of the entire virtual reality getup. She figured out the mechanics, but not the point of the virtual simulation. The artificial environment under her commandment she labeled as something unnatural.
It's not that she couldn't adapt to the execution, gameplay, input. The way she explained it - something instinctual inside her disagreed heavily with the concept.
>grandparents watching me play Paper Mario TTYD
>you paid 50 dollars for THIS?
>little sister gives me money
>"here's money you can buy video games"
>Totori is so cute, I wish I gave birth to a daughter instead.
My mom did when she saw me play Medieval II Total War this past break.
>Oh it's that game you used to play where you advanced through the ages
>No that's another game mom.
>Is this one different?
>I can manage my towns and diplomacy in this one.
I see her maybe two, three times a year. The game she thought I was playing was probably Age of Empires, a game I played a lot as a kid.
Somehow they managed to popout in all the Rockstars´s sex scenes, all of them.
"Wait, are they fucking?"
"are they fucking again"
"is this like a sequel to that other game were they fucking?"
They also made of me when playing MGS and JRPGs
"what are you doing? you are not even playing"
My mom sat and watched me play Metal Gear Solid 3. I thought I heard her sniffing back tears when Snake kills The Boss.
My sister heard the credits theme of MGS3 too and asked for its name. I heard her listening to it a few days later.
My Dad doesn't even play video games and he used to scream at me if I kept losing in game.
>Playing Punch Out! For Wii
>Against TD Great Tiger
>When he begins his salsala attack, dad walks in
>"Gee Anon, it sounds like you're fighting one of them orcs from The Hobbit."
An other time my mom walked in on me playing LOU, she thought it was a movie
I didn't correct her.
>Are you shooting people down again, son?
>B-But dad, it's a sword I'm using. The enemies are the ones sh-
>THERE YOU GO TALKING ABOUT VIDEOGAMES AGAIN I BET THIS IS WHY YOUR FRIENDS WONT EVEN PICK THEIR PHONES ANYMORE THIS IS ALL YOUR LIFE AND ALL YOU CARE ABOUT YOU JUST SIT HERE DURING HOLIDAYS AND PLAY NORMAL PEOPLE GO OUTSIDE DURING HOLIDAYS AND HAVE FUN AT BARS BEACHES CLUBS WHY WONT YOU ACT NORMALLY FOR ONCE AT LEAST STUDY INSTEAD OF PLAYING WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO FINISH COLLEGE ITS BEEN ALMOST 4 YEARS WHY DONT YOU HAVE A GIRLFRIEND ARE YOU GAY SON
> Playing street fighter 2
> Hadouken, Hadouken!
> Mom sneaks up and yells Halooogen!
> I look at her half dazed wondering what the fuck she said.
Man, my mom would hear the weirdest shit and make things fun by mimicking them.
Why did she have to turn into a weed head retard.
>Wow, that's pretty. Mind if I sit down and watch for a while, hon?
No, theyve never said anything about the games I play
>sitting in car going to see Christmas lights at the zoo with family
>sitting up front with my dad
>playing muh 3ds and Pokemon Y
>sister wants to see it
>she hasn't played a Pokemon since we were both little shits
>keeps annoying me about letting her use my 3ds
>give in and hand it to her
>first thing she says
>"anon why are you playing as a grill"
>car is silent for a bit
>dad looks at me weird
>grandma looks at me weird
>mom doesn't seem to give a fuck
>"uh-h i-I just randomly picked one when I started"
>I didn't want to tell them it was because I can dress up the fem protagonist more than the male
>my dad probably thinks I'm a faggot
is it someone new?
>three years ago
>playing Layer Section on my Saturn
>"you're still playing these old games, son"
>"is that what you bought that controller for" (I had got a white Saturn controller from Japan because the only Saturn pad I had was the Model 1 US pad, which sucked, and the white pad looks cool as fuck)
Layer Section is the fucking best though.
when I was really young, my dad would play Super Mario Kart with me and he'd always, always, always lose to me
and I was like, 6 I think
if your mom didn't cry there, there would be something wrong
>Playing Far Cry 4
>Dad at my back without me knowing
>Raiding an outpost
>Raided the outpost and allies start going to the outpost
>"Hey anon why aren't you shooting those blue guys?"
>"Dad they're the good guys I can't shoot them"
>"Jesus Christ! Stop being a pussy anon and goddamn shoot those motherfuckers"
My dad used to have a "clan" called CQC when he played LAN matches of older FPS' like Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear with his friends and co-workers. He started showing an interest in newer console games like Halo and stuff, but he was definitely more into PC Shooters like Quake and the like. He died in 2003. I wonder what games he would be into now.
>Chilling playing SF4 online with bros while im visiting home for the holidays
>Mom walks in while im in the middle of a round
>Oh my god anon, is that you?
>Why are you a girl?
>To this day im pretty sure she thinks im some sort of deviant
>grandfather was a pastorboy back in the 50's
>sang in church choir
>almost 100% slovakian
fast forward to 2007
>playing Halo 3
>go downstairs to eat dinner, he is sleeping in the other room
>when i go back up he tells me that the menu music is beautiful
>I play for a bit
>"Reminds me of when I was in the military..."
>Holy fucking shit anon, you're a monster
>they tell me I'm wasting my time and being useless, even though I'm juggling work and school, while they sit and watch television
>would go out to hang out with friends, if they haven't moved away, or weren't busy with their own lives
>I tell them this, but they keep going
Why do I even fucking bother?
>trying out altis life with my buddy online
>dad walks in, asks what I'm doing
>I don't really know, but I guess we're going to go harvest uranium
>get chased by the cops
>dad starts yelling to kill em and drive em off the road, get them fuckin piggies
>tfw I had to get my mom to buy me the first two Project Diva games
>You know video games are pretty awesome. They're like art. Someone had to make the world your playing and make the music." - My mother
>I was playing Ratchet and Clank: Up Your Arsenal
I tried to explain to her that all the characters just exist in the game with different moves and fighting styles, and you just pick the one you like best.
She didn't seem convinced though, and she asked me again about it later
She used to genuinely in my video games and when I played them she would sometimes watch and say shit like "Kill him!" "Ooh, do it again!"
Then I started playing weeb games and it confused her so she stopped watching and asking.
My dad thought King of Fighters 98 was kind of cool. He actually plays racing games, and I've never beaten his record on World Grand Prix (SMS).
I don't remember my mom ever seeing me play videogames. I think she played Asterix once on the SNES.
>Wow that looks cool Is it a movie? It looks so realistic
>sat and watched me play for a few hours asking a gorillion questions of whats going on because im in the middle of the story
idk if this counts but
>mom walks in room
>"anon can you watch your nephews for half an hour while i run to the store"
>literally only 10 minutes into the match
>m-mom im bus--
>"CANT YOU JUST PAUSE THE GAME ANON"
>playing metroid prime trilogy
>wife is sitting on the couch reading a book
>doing the second dark samus fight
>I'm dashing and shooting and shits getting intense
>die because I'm shit at video games
>hear wife sigh disappointed
>realize she was fucking into it
>shoot her shit eating grin because she "hates" video games
>she says "grow up" and pretends to read while watching me play.
>Just beat the final boss
>watching the last couple cutscenes
>"WHAT IS THIS GAME?"
>tell him its xenoblade, im trying to focus on whats going on
>tell him now is not the best time
>Mom is not home 90% of the time, other 10% of the time she never comes into my room or I'm not playing anything when she does, and if I am she doesn't even comment on it
Could be worse I guess.
I showed my mom Bioshock and then she became obsessed with Ayn Rand and Fox News, I'm not even fucking joking.
>KICK HIS ASS!
My dad watching me and my brother playin' Street Fighter 2 when we were yungins'
>Dad watching me play Lollipop chainsaw
>"What the fuck is this"
>Mum when she saw Bayonetta when it arrived
>"You love games with weird creatures like fairies in them"
>She thought Bayonetta was a fairy
>Got my new PC and first game I installed and played was Bastion
>Dad sat next to me and wanted to play it too
>Put my 3ds down while playing Animal Crossing because my mum wanted me to cook dinner for the family
>Come back to find my Dad fishing
>"Are you having fun?"
>Put my 3ds down again while playing Fire emblem: Awakening
>Come back and find my dad playing it
>Shows me the screen ad says "This guy is kicking ass and he leveled up"
>He was levelling up Owain for me
>Why is this so violent I hope you don't buy a gun and go shoot up a mall
"Well, I am not riding with you once you get your license"
>play old school top down gta
>ma watches me play
>fuck up constantly
>"please never be gangsta, you're not good at it"
>play dark souls
>against bed of chaos
>die over and over again
>ma passes by
>"wow, you died, thanks god it's a videogame and you just appear again, that doesn't happen in real life"
>play ass creed 1
>ma passes by as i'm starting up the game
>"wait, that's assassins creed? i thought it was more modern"
>explain the story
>she seems genuinely interested (ma loves historical fiction)
>meanwhile she gives me a history class on the crusades
overall ma's cool with vidya, she's ok with most things as long as it doesn't cost more than 150
When the first Megaman game came out on NES, I was in fourth grade. Me and my dad spent the entire night taking turns playing. In a few days, I finally beat it, before him, and was really proud of myself because he always would beat games first.
how about instead blocking every banner out of asspain and demanding that people stop doing something that has been going on since day 1 of the website you just go back 2 rebbit?
My mother saw me playing Recettear and wonder what the fuck was wrong with me; I told her it was fun and she should give it a try.
She put something like 70 hours into before she got bored.
>was playing Bioshock Infinite when dad came by
>told him I'd finish up this part and then we could go
>hfw this section: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFRfbVF4Bfo
Probably also the most intense part of the whole game, but yeah.
My stepdad got mad at me while watching me play Kingdom Hearts 2. I was playing it in the living room and it was during the scene Donald and Goofy reunite with Micky. He just told me " Could you PLEASE take this shit in your room?" I was a little shocked and quickly turned off the game and took it back into my room. I didnt even go back to playing it.
I got attacked by a group of horde in WoW and died and my dad says 'haha you died I thought you were good at this game'
Generally it was insults and laughing at how bad I was at vidya, typically when I was doing great on games they weren't familiar with
For family traditions like Road Rash, shared grieving after a crash and genuine cheers on knocking out another driver
In recent years, lewd nipponese characters have triggered "I'm never getting grandkids am I?"
My parents always were completely indifferent about them, besides the usual "go outside for once". I'm guessing this is the standard
My father used to play a lot of video games on his DOS-PC, aswell as a lot of Tomb Raider. Loved watching him
My dad always asks me "When are you going to play Slug Guns so I can play with you"
He played Metal Slug Anthology with me a few times and then that's All he talks about
other then that he's all about PinBall
>dad: oooo scary she looks like some creepy robot
>me: she technically is a robot
>dad: oh shit no way, can we buy her or something? that'd be pretty fuckin cool to have
he's the type of person who is really into new technology without really knowing about it, we have like 3 oculus rifts because he thought it was cool
At the end of Metal Gear Solid
The Twin Snakesmy dad said it was surprisingly mushy and that Snake was a silly name.
>Snake was a silly name
oh hell nah
>"Why don't their attacks do any damage to you?"
Well I'm using this ability called shadow form and it makes me basically unkillable.
>"Oh, okay... But why are you doing the same area over and over again?"
The monsters in this area have a tiny chance of dropping something called ectoplasm when they die. It's worth a lot to the other players so I'm making easy money.
>"Oh yeah? That's clever! What about the other stuff?"
-Explain the build I'm using to my grandpa-
>"That's awesome! Did you come up with it yourself?"
No, a friend helped me with it.
the disappointment in his voice killed my soul.
two hours later he came back with about twenty sheets of paper that outlined two new builds to farm uw with. My grandpa had googled the skills in guild wars and did what he did best, math.
He didn't even care about the game. He was just bored and needed something to do.
He even tried to create a speedrun team build but once he found out about eye of the north and saw ursan form he just sort of lost interest.
My mom watched me play nearly the entirety of persona 3. I played it in the living room and one day I was like "hey mom, check out how people cast spells in this game"
then she was hooked
she did play WoW and currently plays that online GoT game she leads a guild there or something
My dad was always overenthusiastic, unless he was playing a game himself
lone exception is RPGs. He loathes them and found any reason to talk shit about the one I was currently playing.
>Friends and I playing Dead rising
>Dead stumbles in drunk
>'Why are you killing all these people? Jeez'
>They're not people dad, they're zombies
>'Oooh of course "ZOMBIE" it's always fuckin zombies'
>produces a wooden rooster, places it on the windowsill and stumbles out
I later found out after he sobered up that he bought the rooster at a garage sale on the way back from the bar.
My mum was left speechless when they got my little brother Bayonetta 2 for Christmas. She always thought Nintendo games were whimsical and child like, a safe buy.
My dad was speechless too but I think it was for different reasons.
Radiant Silvergun is not a bullet hell, you idiot. If you actually think otherwise you are a bigger casual than your mom.
my mum tells me to "win" when im playing single players games, i have tried on multiple attempts to get her to play something easy like crash or spyro but she just doesnt want a part of it.
Theyd get really annoyed with me because I'd have to hit every block about a million times just to make sure I collected everything. Usually to the point of leaving the room in a huff because watching me "Gave them a twitch". It's nice having parents that are into vidya
mom would complain that I was gaming, only that
she always hated games, all kinds
my father was a bit more open minded and I remember he quite liked the build mode in the sims. Well he's an engineer so that's more or less expected. He never wanted to play tho.
One time that a friend brought a ps2 over and we played tekken my mom commented that it was too violent for us kids but didn't really do anything about it - besides forbidding me to have vidya under their care until I had my own job and could buy my own stuff
I'd play pc games in secret growing up
got a 3ds from some friends in a birthday and could pretty much only play outside because anytime she'd see me playing she would complain that I was not studying/cleaning the house/working/whatever. Was my first console.
Right after I moved out for uni, and now I have a ps3
I don't know what kind of reactions they will have once I bring it back
My sister and I still play games together relatively infrequently. Played PT most recently with her and she really liked it. She doesn't really play anything on her own other than phone games. Had her play the first two episodes of The Walking Dead, and she wants to finish them.
We used to play Lego games when we were younger together a lot. I think Lego Star Wars, the first one, was the one we played the most. For my birthday she got me the Lego Movie Game because we both liked that movie and she said she wants to play it with me again. I still haven't played it with her and that was a few months ago.
My dad called me a faggot when I was playing a JRPG
I cried at the time but it turned out to be a good thing since I stopped playing them and look back now and realize they were faggy. Plus they weren't even good honestly, the gameplay in almost all JRPGs is pure ass. I now realize he did me a favor
My sister and mother watched me play Civ V once, but they'd no clue what was going on.
My dad was kinda impressed when I played DJ Max on PSP. I wasn't that good at it, but pressing a lot of buttons quickly impresses people.
I also remember my mother cringing whenever my skater fell in Tony Hawk.
Mostly just about the violence thing though.
My aunt said "You are playing with a girl haha"
My mum was watching me play Assassin's Creed 2 once, I was doing the Assassin's tomb in the Basilica Di San Marco (cathedral).
She couldn't believe how you control Ezio doing the parkour stuff. It's like she thought it was some kind of magic.
No, I've not, and my friends think so but I don't really.
I have a siscon fetish when it comes to anime/games, but the though of ever enacting it is gross to me. The fantasy is better than the reality. Take her out to eat a lot and we get mistaken for a couple sometimes though.
My mum comments on the games I play from time to time.
Sometimes the game is too nice or cute and she'll ask me if I'm not too old for it.
Other times the game is too violent and she'll sigh at it and ask me why I always have to play games like that.
My dad doesn't really say much, he either plays Gran Turismo or the newest JRPG he can get his hands on with me or watches me play whatever.
My dad would try to work in nicknames for whatever I was doing to be funny.
>watching Rurouni Kenshin on CN in the living room
>oh is that Draggin' Z balls? I'm goin' to the garage; want a soda?.
>Are you still playing that nofriendo?
I hadn't owned a Nintendo console since the NES but he still thought it was hilarious.
>playing pokemon stadium 2 with dad
>im using xatu and he has steelix
>steelix uses earthquake
>xatu just standing on there on the ground motionless
>"Earthquake has no effect!"
>dad: "what the fuck thats some bullshit"
>he leaves forever
>dad calls you a faggot to test you
>you don't continue playing the games you like out of spite
>in fact you now delude yourself into thinking they were never good to begin with
He really did raise a faggot, didn't he?
>"You love games with weird creatures like fairies in them"
>She thought Bayonetta was a fairy
My mom visited my dorm once and I had forgot to put away my figures. Still hide most of my powerlevel around family. I had an Akemi Homura figure out (pic related) and my Mom asked "What's this fairy statue you have?" I just played it off saying it was a cool character from a video game. Luckily it wasn't really a lewd figure or anything.
Why do moms think that all magic-looking anime women are fairies?
If I ever have a girl, I'll play games with her all the time. So when she grows up she can make money by telling other women how games are misogynist in some futerenet futurewebsite.
>"Are you watching a movie?"
My dad watched me play some FFX and I explained the magic/elemental balance system and he thought it was awesome and spiritual because he's a dumbass who went off to Peru to become a shaman.
>Checking out Tekken 6's scenario mode
>Begins with a cutscene that never ends
>Dad says "I thought you got a game, not a movie"
>Playing Starfox adventures
>Dad comes in
>Watches for about 5-7 seconds
>"Is that a kitty cat?"
>I'm just killing some Ganados
>"Why do they sound like their puking after going to a party."(he was refering to the sound they make when they shoot them.)
That's all I have.
>Playing Final Fantasy X
>up against some serpent/dragon boss on some airship
>"DO SOMETHING WHYS EVERYONE STANDING AROUND"
>he's just sitting there waiting for me to finish so he can watch the news
>it takes a while to beat cause im underleveled
>"THIS IS ANNOYING"
>end up losing
same shit happened to me with FF7
>Playing Super Mario Sunshine
>up against Petey Pirahna
>tells me turn it up cause he likes the music
>even starts dancing to show his point
>i tell him "you just wont want me to hear you fart, huh?"
bathroom was right next to me with a space under the door so sometimes you're able to slide stuff underneath and sometimes, hear some farts if you listen closely enough
My dad thinks pretty much any sound that comes from a video game or computer is annoying. Not in a bad way though, he doesnt mind it mostly. Thanks dad, for everything you do.
Once when we were both fairly drunk, my dear mum decided it was a reasonable time to ask me if I'm attracted to 2D instead of real lasses and discuss the thought process behind it.
I went in-depth.
Dad could never understand how I could spend hours playing PSO on Dreamcast for countless hours.
I had maxed exp out on 3 characters and have several hundred hours between them all. I'd wake up on my days off, sit down and play offline until he left for work and could use the internet to play online.
He played plenty of his own games though and if it wasn't for him I'd never had enjoyed the Atari, TI99, C64 or Amiga as a child.
I was like 4 at the time give me a break bro. They still have that old NES. I even patched it up a few times and redid the batteries on a bunch of save carts for them. Mom keeps it hidden in the pantry so she doesn't have to share
with my dad we'd talk back and forth about game mechanics and builds and shit
with my mom she'd just talk about how good i was at the game and that i'm also good at explaining things that she doesnt understand. Both of them want me to be streaming, and i want to too but fuck me if it isnt intimidating
>Huh, what's happening here son? Is that the bad guy?
>How's your game going?
>I love you, son
DAD GO AWAY YOU'RE MAKING ME DIE.
>Okay son, sorry to bother you.
Sorry I forgot to call again, dad.
I think GTA V left quite the impression on those who come from SoCal, I remember reading that it was such an accurate recreation that players would have the memory of smells from those neighborhoods invoked.
>Playing Persona 3: FES on the livingroom
>Mum comes and sees me play
>"Why are you shooting yourself in the head? What a horrible game"
>Metal Gear Rising
>Slicing some guy into pieces
>Dad starts laughing
To be fair many people thought it was a stupid idea when it came out and ignoring the symbolism of it, it is still pretty stupid for most. Switching it to the way you do it on P4 is much better.
Only few times
>During FFX's Yuna and Tidus kiss scene, my mom walks in
>"Why are you watching filthy stuff haha"
>Another day playing .Hack GU, mom walks in
>"Oh those eyes freak me out"
>Another day playing DMC3, mom walks in
>"What's the game about?"
>"A dude who kills demons, pretty fun."
>"That's a man? He looks like a woman."
Not anyone I'm related to but this story is great.
My friend's grandmother used to live in her house for a long time, and she was one of those super conservative 700 Club/Jack Chick type of religious people who thought shit like Sailor Moon was literally the work of Satan, no exaggeration. Eventually she got fairly bad Alzheimer's and was visiting her house once (she'd moved into an old folk's home by this point), and my friend and her sister were playing GTA:SA, and the grandmother just sat there watching them beat prostitutes to death with dildos and was laughing her ass off. It was both hilarious yet oddly sad.