Why do gamers want to see this man’s ding-a-ling?
Close inspection of PLAY’s traffic data reveals a somewhat embarrassing trend.
Four weeks ago, I wrote this blog post on Kane & Lynch 2. I couldn’t be that specific at the time, but it was about my reaction to the level where Kane & Lynch are both naked, cut-up and covered head-to-toe in blood. To be honest, it didn’t get that much interest at the time, but then last week it saw a bit of a resurgence in hits. Close inspection of the traffic data reveals that most of this second wind can be attributed to Google searches. What were people actually searching for? I’m almost embarrassed to say. But here’s a small sample…
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You get the idea. There are hundreds of these though. Hundreds.
So, er… what are these people actually hoping for? I mean, surely there are easier and far better ways to get your rocks off. Is it simply that as soon as you censor something, people automatically want to see it? Or are Kane and Lynch underground gay gaming icons? And most of all, if you were simply searching for ‘nudity’, why the hell would you even click on a story about Kane & Lynch 2? The mind truly boggles.