If I have a fault, it’s that One of my many faults is that I can’t NOT finish anything. If I start reading a book, or watching a movie, or playing a video game, I have to finish it. This means that every once in a while I finish watching a lame or disgusting movie, or read something not worth my time.
Recently it meant that I finished playing the “Scarface” video game.
Parents, DO NOT let your children play this game. Adults: don’t play it yourself. Usually, I can justify violent video games to myself in some way, shape, or form (you know, it’s OK because you’re defending someone or rescuing something or fighting for survival). Scarface has no redeeming qualities.
It’s loaded with profanity, and all about killing gangs, selling drugs, and increasing your power and bank account. Along the way you “collect” women who increase your health, strength, etc. There’s no nudity, but plenty of graphic violence, profanity, and drug use. Stay away.
To be honest, I wish that I had never seen this movie in the $15 bin the day after Thanksgiving, or that I’d had the self-control to stop playing after I got started. People compare it to GTA, and if they’re anything alike, I’ll never play GTA. Never.
I wish they had a rating in the Movie/Video game system of “D”. Despicable.