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  1. 7 points

    The Tails (or Miles) topic

    The first thing that needs to happen is for him to be fully playable.
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  3. 2 points

    Anarchy Reigns (PS3, Xbox 360)

    Downloaded the JP demo on my PS3 yesterday. Holy hell, the online play in this game is so damn addicting. ;-;
  4. 2 points
    Er... why not just Middle Click?
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    The Tails (or Miles) topic

    "~I wanna fly high~" But Dimps won't let me. Maybe in the next main game Tails, maybe.
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    I don't think it necessarily has to "stop" so much as slow down. There really are too many violent games out there. Calling the violence "mature" or getting to the point where we're fetishizing it is the part that absolutely needs to stop. People have been doing this since Mortal Kombat and it has given players a really skewed understanding of what maturity is. It's a bit hypocritical to say this because I do play a lot of violent games, and will even say that the violence can contribute to these games. For example, Dead Rising should be violent because it's spoofing a zombie movie. It's funny in that game because of the disconnect between crazy zombie killing antics in gameplay and the more serious tone of the story. That's why I don't think it should disappear. But I see people who refuse to play any games that aren't full of blood and gore, like there's some stigma against an E-rating if you're over a certain age because it's "kiddie." It's gotten ridiculous.
  7. 1 point
    We're too good to you guys...
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    Agent York

    Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs

    Updated the thread, also a new teaser trailer for the game came out.
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    Time to show off my brilliant cynicism~
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