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Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Adam_Garris, Mar 16, 2003.
Clipping? Fisting? In wrestling wouldn't this be called a "shocker?" Chris
They're all over the net, Camp. All over the net. This board, too.
What troubles me is that a game featuring girls in bikinis is a new low while others featuring guns, violence and gore go unnoticed.
Personally, I find these games pretty amusing solely for novelty factor.
I think the irony is that these games are probably designed by the stereotypical game programming nerds who couldn't get a date to save their lives. They're developing their dream women. And yes I do think these types of games are sad.
As far as I know, everyone likes boobies, even those of us who get some on the regular.
Not only is there a disparity in how content (sex/violence) is regarded, but also in media. I feel that Austin Powers is much more explicit than DoAX, yet no one gets their underwear in a bunch over that. -Dave
Ah yes...celebrating the most ignorant and base that we can be as if it were virtue...
It's just a matter of what people consider tasetless and what's not. When I see 2 scantily clad hoes all over each other in a volleyball game I consider that going a little overboard. In Halo there is definitely violence, but just about all of it isn't particularly gory or gratuitous. Not to mention it's an action game, violence is supposed to be there. I can honestly (and would hope to) see bikinis in a volleyball game but if the girls are doing what they're displaying in the pics instead of playing volleyball I think that's dumb...