Joined Apr 26, 2011 at 10:25PM EDT
As a comparison between the ratings between the standard edition of the game & the plus edition being drastic almost opposite I tend to believe it’s more of a marketing ploy by Nippon Ichi than the OFLC.
Still at also means that the OFLC is at fault for allowing the publisher to be influenced like that than during a true rating process.
I guess in the end it means it’s more up to the parents to judge if the game is sutible that a corrupt ratings system.
Since when do yo bath or shower at school?
There wasn’t any bathrooms at any of my schools.
Dawwwwwwwwww I must find a legit sauce to watch this show.
Neon Squad Club.
Don’t know where to begine.
Doom killing Demons vs this sick turd where you killing innocent people.
It appears that most gamers don’t believe that Human Psychology exsist’s, or otherwise thares be more games like Doom & Assassin’s Creed & less games like GTA & This piece of bum wiping turd.
Boob’s, The supplier of sustenance to infants & nothing more.
I guess this picture be called Xenomorph on the Blu-ray.
You should really consider there’s such a thing as human psychology & one of it’s influence is a reward based system like the senseless acts of crime in a Video game.
Don’t mistake me I do love video games & even played games like Assassin’s Creed & unlike GTA AC has it’s morals & it’s acts of killing it’s done in any senseless & fun instead it’s sortoff needed & not really a pleasant thing to do.
3 Chips(or Chicken Nuggets), some sauce & an Apple.
Really, that’s a fu-felling meal?
Might as well bring in some home lunch then.
Thanks for going out of your way to provide us with a deleted video.
Your time searching for this is worthwhile & provides us with many hours of entertainment.
Plus Phonex Down only revives knocked out allies, not the dead.
Well with most Final Fantasy games when they lose the message reads that they are KO’ed (Knocked Out) meaning that they are alive, just unconscious.
So Phonex Down is nothing more than smelling salts with added benefits of healing some HP simular to potions.
So if you just look at games in regards to how they treat losing HP, it’s really makes sense.
Just like a magical form of Smelling salts.
Most of the games mentions the character KO’d as in unconscious yet still alive.
in the real world people that’s knocked out are still alive & can be easily revived just like how charctors are knocked out & can be revived by the use of a magical smelling salts called phonex down.
I just watch this episode earlier today.
Funny scene in a cute & funny anime.
No it’s a Platypus called Platy.
I completely agree.
So I’m not the only one here that support my favourite websites running costs by allowing ads to be displayed.
A lot of the channels I subscribe to are youtube partners.
That means thay earn money from there videos on youtube & youtube gets the money from ad revenue.
So blocking ads means there’s no revenue.
So using Ad-Blocking software is like shoplifting, hence why I never used ad blocking software & never will.
I’m not weak.
It means that instead of digging straight in & causing irreversible harm without the proper knowledge.
Instead I read thru the manuals means there be less harms because I know the precautions.
I’m a guy & I do read all of my instruction manuals.
They sure do help alot.
Pokémon Channel, the most pointless & childish spinoff Pokémon game there is yet I loved it.
Well AdBlockers tend to block the Ad View count. so less views means less income from these ads.
So you basicly hinder the website income just to disable a minor inconvenience.
These days theres no more noisy banners, Video ads mainly available on video sites & most reputable sites tend to use reputable ad service like Google AdSense which filter malware riddled ads.
plus Ads tend to be the last thing that loads & barely slow down websites.
So in the long run you do more harm than good by using ad blocking software as for many, it’s the ads the main source of income that needed to run the site.
Well my browsers built in popup blocker do me fine so really I have no need to install any Ad-Blocking software on my computer.