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Podcasts / Re: Episode 22 Posted
« on: October 02, 2005, 04:54:43 pm »
Nice music, it definately adds a great touch to the show. Can't wait till next week..

PS - The announcer was awesome.  ;)

Site News / Re: Site update
« on: September 28, 2005, 06:20:55 pm »
Wow, the podcast might be coming out soon since its almost the end of the month. I can't wait to see the changes. Hopefully I'll think it's good, just don't forget the Gaming part of Gaming Steve. :)

Podcasts / Re: Episode 19 Posted
« on: August 15, 2005, 10:32:58 am »
Nice podcast...the GameTap sounds really interesting, I'll have to look into it once its released. I also might try to buy gold...

Site News / Re: Thank you Steve
« on: August 08, 2005, 05:49:28 pm »
Aye! Your website and forum are awsome. Your podcasts are always entertaining, and the news you dig up is top notch. You have also helped the forum into being a great community. A thank you definitely in order.

I would have to agree...This site and poscasts are awesome. You go Steve.  ;D

Site News / Re: The Fall in Fall
« on: August 06, 2005, 04:35:29 pm »
This site will become very very big in time. Give it another year and it will be completely different to how it is now i reckon. The future is bright... the future is... (you finish it, i can't think of anything).

NOOO! I like it being our small little community..not small, but medium sized.

Anyway, I'm ready for change.

Console Games / Bully draws protesters to Rockstar's front doors
« on: August 04, 2005, 12:26:44 am »
Washington, D.C.-based group marches on developer's Manhattan headquarters to protest marketing of violent games to children.
Although the Hot Coffee isn't quite as piping hot as it has been of late, the fallout over the hidden sex mini-games in Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is still simmering. Always a lightning rod for controversy, Rockstar might be growing weary of all the free publicity it has been getting, as games it hasn't even released yet are now becoming the target of public outcries.

Yesterday, members of the Washington, D.C.-based youth group Peaceoholics protested outside Rockstar Games' New York offices, carrying signs that read "Put the cuffs on Rockstar, not youth" and "Prosecute Rockstar Games; they are felons" and chanting "Hey hey, ho ho, Rockstar Games has got to go."

Though the Peaceoholics have accused Rockstar of marketing violent games for children in the past, Tuesday's event was specifically directed at convincing the developer to shelve the upcoming Bully, which Rockstar describes as a game where players take the role of a "troublesome schoolboy" who "stands up to bullies, gets picked on by teachers, plays pranks on malicious kids, wins or loses the girl, and ultimately learns to navigate the obstacles of the fictitious reform school."

Although the game is not yet rated (an M for Mature tag seems a certainty) and Rockstar has revealed next to nothing about the actual gameplay, Bully has already made some waves. Given the developer's history with controversial titles and the lasting taboo of violence in a school setting ever since the Columbine High School shootings, it's a safe bet this won't be the last bit of protest directed Rockstar's way over its latest offering.

Attempts to reach Rockstar Games and Peaceoholics for comment Wednesday afternoon were not successful.

Wow...they say they are protesting against rockstar because they are selling games to children? Does anyone have a brain. GTA: SA and Bully arn't meant for children. People just don't understand, they are so dumb in their brain they think these games are for children. Dumb asses.


PC Games / Re: Sims 2 ... worse than hot coffee?
« on: July 25, 2005, 06:00:20 pm »
I personally think the government should stay out of this...slowly they are limiting our freedom to buy videogames and make new videogames. I mean, is there really nothin better for a politican to do than belame games for todays violence. They should be focasing on more important things other then videogames. Give me a %$@$ing break.

Slowly but surely taking our freedom away...I think it should be up to the parents on what their kids should and should not play, not the politicans.

Now I'm getting Pissed off...what next. Attacking Halo 2 for killing aliens...OMFG!

Forum Games / Re: The Three-Word Game!
« on: June 18, 2005, 05:57:34 pm »
shiny light that

Forum Games / A - Z Countries Game
« on: June 18, 2005, 05:53:07 pm »
Exact same thing as A-Z Cities game except with countries. Follow the two post rule! You must also put the continent its located in.


Argentina, South America

Forum Games / Re: The Avatar Above Me
« on: June 18, 2005, 05:49:37 pm »
8 - somewhat an interesting picture, I like the border.

What do you think about a Signature Above me Game?

Forum Games / Re: A - Z Cities Game
« on: June 18, 2005, 05:47:21 pm »
Garden Grove, California

Forum Games / Re: The Three-Word Game!
« on: June 18, 2005, 05:46:55 pm »
he was crawling

Forum Games / Re: A - Z Cities Game
« on: June 11, 2005, 03:00:49 pm »
Fountain Valley, California, United States

Forum Games / The Avatar Above Me
« on: June 11, 2005, 08:25:29 am »
The rules are simple, a rating system from 1 to 10, 1 being alful and needs great improvement, 10 being the best and could not be improved! Simply, the numbers inbetween will range from good to bad depending on the closeness to 10 or 1.

Of course too, let's start with mine!

**The post rule strictly imposes a two post wait for posters before reposting

Forum Games / Re: The Three-Word Game!
« on: June 11, 2005, 08:21:01 am »
man in the

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