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Re: Gatherings & Competitions
Jul 14, 2015, 11:59
Re: Gatherings & Competitions Jul 14, 2015, 11:59
Jul 14, 2015, 11:59
I don't think people appreciate the fact that Adderall is barely any different than methamphetamine. It is actually 4 different amphetamines mixed together and while it is not as powerful as meth is is a bit more euphoric.

I remember before the psychosis I got into the street stuff and let me tell you that there is a VERY good reason people do this. I always was good at Counterstrike but on that certain stimulant I was going 10 kills and 0 deaths before an admin banned me from the server for my "hacks".

It enhances your motor reflexes, your reaction time, even your intelligence. It also can lead to psychosis in the unlucky minority of users who use it (sorry propaganda eaters but I know about a dozen people who do not have psychiatric issues).

The only way to know if it's safe (and I don't condone it so ease up on the ban hammer... we all know you like to ban people for dumb things like a little trash talking about people who like spending $500 for 30 frames per second in Battlefield 4 at 1080P when they could have bought a $300 GTX 970 and been rocking 60+ frames per second in 2800 pixel resolution) is to find out the hard way whether it's safe so DON'T DO IT!
Jun 25, 2007, 04:02
... Jun 25, 2007, 04:02
Jun 25, 2007, 04:02
They shouldn't sell the games to kids because it is generally accepted in our society that such media shouldn't be viewed by children.

By requiring ID to purchase games, this releases the burden of responsibility from stores and content makers to the parents themselves, who really are the ones to "blame".

"It's not our fault that they don't want to be a parent and monitor their children or don't read the label before they buy a game." -AssassinEdge187

Personally, I don't see any problem with a 15 year old playing violent games.

On the other hand, I have noted from my own experiences as a youth that violent media encourages the idolization of violent actions in younger kids. This, however, doesn't necessarily lead to violence itself. It does, however, lead to the proverbial de-sensitization to violence that people worry about. This causes ignorance, apathy, and general stupidity... particularly (if not mostly limited to) people of low intelligence.

Any kid can get around these ID requirements, but by having them the content makers are free to make the games we want to play.

And by differentiating adult VIOLENT media from adult PORNO, perhaps companies like Sony and Nintendo can include MORE OF THE SAME SHIT on their systems while keeping the Jack Thompsons of the world at bay.

It pisses me off that there isn't a distinction between violence and porno in the ESRB's new cock-sucking efforts to appease fanaticists.

And while I'm at it, the idea that selling Mortal Kombat to a kid could land you JAIL TIME WITH A FELONY is absolutely MINDBLOWING.


This comment was edited on Jun 25, 17:03.
By the way...
Jun 24, 2007, 04:59
By the way... Jun 24, 2007, 04:59
Jun 24, 2007, 04:59
I hope that, even after they re-work it, Manhunt 2 features some better gore than its predecessor.

Really, the first one was absolutely pathetic. I just played the original a little bit just half an hour ago, and one of the executions didn't even have blood squirt out of a neck stab (there was blood on the camera and movement to convince you otherwise).

The only thing the first one has that is respectable is that you can make someones head (what's left of it) look like what you can do to someone in Soldier of Fortune 2.

It's not as good as SoF2's, but still...

And by the way... There was a guy who's company did military authenticity consulting for the film Saving Private Ryan.

He's the main character of the Soldier of Fortune series.

No joke. His name is John Mullins and he is real.

Check the game out, and see the previous post on how to unlock the violence in the Sof2 demo.


Simple Solution
Jun 24, 2007, 04:48
Simple Solution Jun 24, 2007, 04:48
Jun 24, 2007, 04:48
I think these stupid fucks need to chill the fuck out.

Games should be as gory as people want them to be. I haven't seen it, but I think Hostel II is based on a similar idea as Manhunt.

Basically, there should be a mature 18+ rating. Adults only implies pornography, and to have an adult-rated game without such things would simply not work in acceptance from the public.

And yes, stores should card people that buy these games and should not sell them to minors. Why not? What fucking kid do you know that can afford these things, by the way?

That way, the blame is on the PARENTS and not on the CONTENT MAKERS who should be able to MAKE THE CONTENT THAT WE WANT.

By the way, people shouldn't be put behind bars with a felony (3 of which lands you LIFE IN PRISON in California) for selling violent or pornographic material to minors (as some of these fucking psychos want).

And console manufacturers should acknowledge that they allow overly gory games like Mortal Kombat and Soldier of Fortune 2 (THE goriest game *I* have ever played) and accept games rated Mature 18+.

It's one thing to have pornography on your game system, but a whole 'nother thing to have MORE OF THE SAME SHIT.

'Nuff said.


By the way, if you want to see some REAL gore (taking someone's face apart piece by piece down to the brain tissue and beyond, for example), play Soldier of Fortune 2 on the PC. Download the demo! Just make sure to enable the gore. Here's how:

"Before starting the game, right click the shortcut to the SoF2 demo (whether it's in the Start Menu or the Desktop) then click Properties and go to ''Target'' and enter +set lock_blood 0 to the end. It should like something like ''C:\Program Files\Soldier of Fortune II - SP Demo\SoF2.exe'' +set com_multilingual 2 +set sp_language +set lock_blood 0

Then, close the shortcut, start SoF2 and start a new game. Open up the console with Shift + Tilde (~) and type in ''menu lock'' (without the quotes). The violence menu will appear, prompting you for a Parental Lock password. Anything will do. Set the new password and then the choices will be brought up, such as allowing blood and/or limbs damage. Once you have picked your selections, exit and restart the game. Now the demo will have all the violence of the retail version! ;)" -UnknownMercenary

A real game
Jun 12, 2007, 05:14
A real game Jun 12, 2007, 05:14
Jun 12, 2007, 05:14
I'm currently working on a game that's completely unique and quite innovative. I've been working on it with a team of over 60 people for more than 2 years.

It's a movie-to-game adaptation of How Stella Got Her Groove Back.

I can't reveal any more about this project as doing so would breach my contract with EA.

This comment was edited on Jun 12, 05:15.
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