Donnerstag, April 12, 2012
Belated news: Piret at the 'Computer Games Night'
"Looking at a bloody game like 'Mortal Kombat' is one, I was a school girl indeed not having the possibility to play it. It's alright that games are bloody and brutal just as the regulary action-films and I think, there should be age limits for underage ones.", Piret said to the Estonian newspaper Õhtuleht.
Computer-fans of among others 'Mortal Kombat' were able to play agains each other on big movie-screens of the Sõprus movie theatre.
During that night Piret remembered her childhood: "As a child there was still played a lot. 'Prince of Persia' I had a compter, the computer was black-green and also black-white still. 'Supalex', 'Minesweeper' and 'Super Mario' were games I also played.", she tells. Today th situation as changed for Piret: "Currently I'm not such a big computer- and video game player. I'm absolutely not familar with the games nowadays."
And what does Piret generally think of computer games? "Maybe it is a good way to escape from the reality and somehow calm your mind for a moment but I think that you need an entertaining feature, too", she answered.
From her childhood she remembered that she always argued with her elder sister Mari and her younger brither Peeter who may play the computer and that her parents always had to tell that that it's bed-time.
From the 'Computer Games Night' we got to know about Piret that she doen't like brutal, bloody games but prefers nice games like 'Super Mario' or 'Prince of Persia'.