Wednesday, November 14, 2007
How do the other games compete with this?? Again, given the affordable price (which the nice government guys were so nice to publish), and then this sign? If I wasn't already playing this game on my PSP right now, it just makes me want to go and pick this up.
From tickle ...
Druce, based on your responses, your top career area is Engineering
Careers in this field often demand that you be exceptionally creative, and think "outside of the box." Enjoying an engineering career means having an insatiable curiosity for figuring out how things work. Having an interest in developing your math and spatial skills helps too. Most likely, you're interested in not just taking things apart but putting them back together again.
Thursday, November 01, 2007
Quote : "Manhunt 2 retails for US$ 29.99 (the price of the PSP version; the Wii version sells for US$ 39.99) - a tempting offer for minors to buy and play a game loaded with graphic violence".
I find this statement freakin' awesome. Why? It's FREE advertisement for the game. It translates to, "KIDS, buy this game the government doesnt want you to play, its so cheap that anyone can afford it. And it comes out on the PSP, PS2 and Wii." Now, i am all for videogame censoring from young kids, BUT, banning a game from coming out isn't the right way to go. The same way you keep telling a kid not to do something, he'll only want to do it even more. It's the same here, parents should explain to their kids what these are all about. But that's just me.
Manhunt 2 has been the latest subject of media attention. After being reviewed by the ESRB (organization that rates video games, similar to R-18/PG13 ratings for movies), it was tagged with an AO (Adults only) rating which is a major no-no because #1, Sony/Microsoft/Nintendo will not allow these to play in their consoles and #2, major retailers will not carry these in their stores. The developers had to re-cut it and remove the gory parts which brought it down to its M(Mature) rating.