New Game Reveals It’s Possible To Learn How To Play Video Games
By Ryan McRobotface
NEW YORK—Confirming the theory of the innate intelligence underlying many of the’s most popular video games, a new game released Wednesday by developer Film 4 Games, released by the same studio as Grand Theft Auto V, revealed that it is possible to learn how to play the video games. “Although it requires a significant amount of character development, it is possible to learn the basic commands and preferences of a video game’s controls, as well as the basic tenets of the game’s story,” said lead developer Matthew Wooster, adding that the game was intended for people who had a deep understanding of the basic mechanics of the various video games, as well as a basic intuitive understanding of the way video games would be experienced. “In addition, the game’s main mission is to teach you the basics of how to play a video game, and in order to do that, you will need to go into a particular game’s underground base and figure out how to get to the next level. This is a very powerful tool for those who aspire to one day be able to master the basic controls and basic techniques of the games.” Wooster also confirmed that the game contained a hidden cheat code that would allow players to play the game regardless of whether or not they had completed the first level of the first game.