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- KradisZ in All gamesposted at Apr 15, 2013 10:58 pm
Hey everyone, today I just wanted to share with you my expectations from a game with any of the mentioned business models in the title.
I wanted to share today just what I expect as a consumer in terms of purchasing games. Now I know some of these things mentioned a bit later may be unreasonable or unrealistic or absolutely pathetic but don't take it to heart. It's just what I expect and if you feel you share a mutual expectation then you know you crave for something unique on the market or you search for niche games to play. Being a gamer over the years and playing a vast amount of games annually, monthly, weekly, daily throughout my life I just want you to know what expectations I have from games I play.
First off I know everyone has different views of games and things but
- adamskydancer in All gamesposted at Apr 19, 2010 12:51 am
AKB48, the most popular idol group in Japan at the moment, will be singing the ending theme for anime series Dragon Ball Kai.
AKB48 has around 48 members (sometimes it is slightly lower or higher depending on how many members have left or "graduated") split into three teams: A Team, K Team and B Team. The group hit number one on the pop charts last fall with its single "River". Earlier this year, the group's newest single "Sakura no Shiori" hit number one as well.
(Cool for gamers: Last spring, members of AKB48 even cosplayed as Chun-Li at the premiere of Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li!)
Dragon Ball Kai is a reboot of the Dragon Ball Z series. It debuted in 2009 to mark the 20th anniversary of the original series. The ending theme has been "Yeah! Break! Care! Break!", sung by Takayoshi Tanimoto. It's a crackerjack tune and perfectly suitable for Dragon Ball Kai.
Along with the anime, there was a Dragon Ball Kai DS game to boot. Unlike
- adamskydancer in All gamesposted at Apr 05, 2010 7:52 pm
CNN reporter Kyung Lah recently filed a story on out-of-print erotic game Rapelay. One Japanese manga creator has taken her to task in an open letter.
The game was released in 2006 and a controversy of the game was caused in the West in spring 2009. Oddly, CNN decided to revisit the game late last month.
And then, Lah did a follow upon on her original story on Rapelay, writing, that the "lack of participation of women in positions of power sets the cultural stage for why hentai games thrive openly in the country". An associate professor at Temple University in Japan is quoted extensively by Lah. (Please read all of the associate professor's quotes.)
Manga creator Takeshi Nogami, who is perhaps best known for doing art for the Strike Witches franchise, has penned an open letter to CNN in response to the cable network's reporting.
"I have seen your news report that tries to stir up fear, prejudice and misunderstanding," he says. "I have no connection with the
Yes, I am a bot, now fear me! Only joking people, but recently a lot of talk about the bots subject got my attention, normally some people imagine a bot like some sort of robot doing something over and over in a factory, like a mass production assembly line, at some extent that is true, it is a bot!
What exactly is
- adamskydancer in All gamesposted at Mar 29, 2010 12:39 am
The door opens, and you freeze. It’s your girlfriend. She wasn’t supposed to be home this early. You try and hide the evidence, but it’s too late. She takes in the scattered packaging and the sexy naked shape of your new gaming system with a look that either says, “I am really angry right now” or “I just had a bad burrito.” You’re not sure, because women are impossible to read, but you hope it’s the latter.
You aren’t really worried either way, though. Sure, you’ll be addicted to your gaming system for a few days/weeks/months, but once you get the gaming jones out of your system, your new companion will fade peacefully into the background. Perhaps there will even be a little co-op and cuddling. Girls love cuddling, right?
Don’t count on it. Your gaming system is everything your girlfriend will never be, and she knows it. She hates your gaming system, and she will never, ever let you forget it.
Your gaming system never
For the sole purpose of the entry, I am not going to finger point any game at all, in an attempt to keep it general...
Sometimes a few of us start thinking and developing in our mind some nice ideas, and those ideas are usually in dead water as n
Some of us play a lot of mmos, and by that I mean one thing. We have more than one mmo box in our closet, at some point we surrender to our curiosity and buy in the store, or some other place, the mmo everyone is hyping since beta, or even since
Even the most hard-core gamers are sounding the alarm about the rise in the number of satanically-themed video games that target God and Christianity, invite players to make pacts with the devil, and elevate Satan to hero status.
“This has been going on for the last 10 years, but especially in the most recent games,” said Lance Christian, 32, of Alton, Illinois who has been an avid gamer for most of his life.
For instance, in one game, players kill the Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael before going on to destroy God. Another game requires players to sell their soul to the devil and rewards them for “killing unbaptized infants.”
All of these games seem to have one central theme – God is the enemy and the devil is the hero. And they do nothing to hide it. One game guide glibly states: “The Judeo-Christian God is portrayed as the prominent villain in the series . . . “
“This is just the tip of the iceberg in what I ha
- adamskydancer in All gamesposted at Feb 20, 2010 7:51 pm
8:00 AM on 02.11.2010, Jim Sterling
I find something deeply amusing about the creator of Lara Croft having a shred of dignity, but it's allegedly true. Toby Gard, the man responsible for massive-boobed Lara, refused to draw the lady in nothing but her birthday suit, only "allowing" himself to draw her from behind, with some tattered garments on.
"I was asked to do Lara nude. This was as close as I would allow myself to go," says Gard.
Well done on Toby Gard for having some class, I suppose, but let's be honest here. Every Lara Croft fan in the world only cares about seeing Lara's chestbollocks, so he might as well just bloody draw them and have done with it. Oh, and he could stand to doodle her minge, as well
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We celebrate a decade of The Sims by counting down these horny computer people's favorite places for "WooHoo"
Today is the ten-year anniversary of The Sims franchise. That’s a decade of miniature births, miniature lives and, eventually, miniature deaths playing out upon our game screens. A decade of little computer men and women landing their first virtual jobs, buying their first virtual homes, meeting their first virtual friends and holding their first virtual marriages. A decade of glowing green plumbobs and red-alert bladder meters.
We’re GamesRadar, though… so naturally, when EA approached us about posting a celebratory feature, the first thing we asked about was the WooHoo. Over the past ten years, what are the silliest, craziest, kinkiest locations these programmable people have managed to get their simulated freak on?
These are the surprisingly diverse, and bizarre, answers.
Editor’s note: The following material was provided by EA, publisher of