Well, it's 2014 and I thought it would be good to start things off with a bang. So, what better way to do that with some manufactured controversy. Rather than settling for something current (like everyone else) lets turn back the clock to previous generations of hardware. So, here we go...three opinions about games; each increasingly older than the last.
Lastly, is the arcade classic Dig Dug. This cartoony little action game seems harmless enough, but conceptually "Dig Dug the most horrifying title ever published by Atari." Think about it...the player's onscreen avatar is a miner exploring the dark, cold and claustrophobic underground by way of a handheld drill. He can tunnel vertically or horizontally, but has to be careful because certain chunks of hard stone will collapse if undermined. Resulting in our hero becoming crushed or trapped by cave in. Worse still there are underground chambers inhabited by monsters which will kill poor dug with a touch or in some cases fire.
So, there's the three statements I wanted to make. You might think the last is talking things a bit too far, but I'm not the only one who came to a similar concussion (link to a video containing some harsh language). Besides, They're just my opinions, controversial as they may be.