http://www.gamespot.com/news/6304748...es%3Btitle%3B1Earlier this week, Sony confirmed that the European and Japanese launches of Motorstorm: Apocalypse were delayed, given that the game is set in an earthquake-ravaged city and thousands of people had just died after an 8.9 magnitude quake and resulting tsunami in Northern Japan. Today, Sony Computer Entertainment America confirmed that Motorstorm: Apocalypse's North American release date was also being postponed.
I pretty much understand why they delayed the game, as the game was going to release one month apart from the incident, but also if you think about it, I mean it's just a game and the game was already done of development and went gold before incident.
What's pretty funny that the article is lying as some places in Europe already have it and some places in Asia as well, and the game is also leaked so people already acquired the game. So pretty much as the game has already been exposed, delaying the game renders useless.
I also find it pretty much that some are saying that they should cancel the game altogether due to respect to the victims, just like Propeller Arena, but Motostorm is a racing game that just happens to have an stage with an earthquake.
What are your thoughts?