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User Info: captpluto99

4 years ago#51
Burn the witch!

User Info: allan247

4 years ago#52
lol bulletstorm... really? who even played that game
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User Info: BlueJester007

4 years ago#53
allan247 posted...
lol bulletstorm... really? who even played that game

I did... for an hour. Then returned it. I stopped playing after Jennifer Hale's character was introduced. The game became a mess of profanity and nonsensical gobbledy guk.
Look, if you want me to go take a dump in a box and mark it guaranteed, I can. I got spare time.

User Info: Sipher360

4 years ago#54
SMDH....Speaking as an American, we are never at a loss when it comes to making excuses. Always someone else's fault...
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User Info: hendrixridder

4 years ago#55
the reason i find this whole thing ridiculously stupid is because in my country we have violent vidya games, reality tv and facebook and all that - yet no massacres.

i guess some people are always gonna live in their little bubbles.

User Info: OneEyedBill

4 years ago#56
On the upside, the gift certificates they give people for turning in the videogames are probably worth more than their respective gamespot trade in value.

User Info: DyingPancake

4 years ago#57
allan247 posted...
lol bulletstorm... really? who even played that game

Honestly it was one of the most fun shooters I've ever played

Not much replay value and the multiplayer sucked, but man that first campaign run was awesome
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4 years ago#58
MacBookAir posted...
Arucard05 posted...
I should start a "Arucard's Symbol Destruction" business (although I would of course use my real name, Torpal Fischer, as Arucard sounds too foreign). I could collect all of these games and rap cd's and bras and whatnot and tell everybody I'm going to destroy 'em real good. Then I take them home and have a sweet pile of free games and bras.

You are a genius.

Why a pile of bras though?

this ;)

on topic: i said WTH???!!! the couple of minutes it took me to read this link and article more than i said it in the last two months. Some PPL REALLY dont deserve to have an opinion let alone voice it publically lol. I am a violent man(to a degree) my self but it is rare for me to enter in fights bc video games allow me to vent my anger/annoyances/etc on the game instead of venting it on the man infront of me. Games DECREASE violence NOT increase it no matter what "the unwashed masses"(to quote Damien Sandow ;) says. It is just a fact.

User Info: sockesocke

4 years ago#59
yeah right lets destroy every media with questionable content we have and best of all were getting freebies as a reward. *facedesk*
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User Info: jorgestevenson

4 years ago#60
Any type of organized destruction of media (books, music, films, or in this case, videogames) is a pretty low moment for any community.
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