Okay, so here's a possible scenario.
You walk into a shop, and there are a list of sixteen games on a shelf.
You can only afford 1
<LI>Four have spectacular graphics and environments
<LI>Four have a great and compelling storyline
<LI>Four have amazing gameplay
<LI>Four have online gaming
The games in said categories will fall under four subcategories. One game will be <span class="ev_code_GREEN">funny</span>; another, <span class="ev_code_BLUE">serious</span>; another, scary; and the last, <span class="ev_code_RED">violent</span>.
<LI>One is funny
<LI>One is serious
<LI>One is scary
<LI>One is violent
So, tell me, which game do you buy?
<span class="ev_code_red">PICK ONLY ONE FROM BOTH CATEGORIES</span>
If you are still confused, then, for example, the game I would buy, would be the violent one with a compelling storyline.
Please tell me if there should be any more categories in either section
Feel free to discuss, or add in detail to yours or others' choices. Heck, if you wanna add a storyline, I aint stoppin' ya.
Also, I am aware that I am repeating myself...that is due to this post not being written in a linear fashion.
I love that word...linear...