Reluctantly interactive stacking game a success with parents’ groups

Take-Two’s "Stacker" wins the acclaim of parents’ groups: "A demo version of Stacker was unveiled at the Tokyo Game Show in September and garnered praise from parents’ groups who lauded its unstimulating visuals, utter lack of storyline, and non-immersive game play."

Developers promise that "We’re confident that the new ‘reluctantly interactive’ content engine we designed will prevent any excitement or emotional involvement, inappropriate or otherwise, on the part of the player."

Now, why is that so funny?

The Onion has the full story. 

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