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I thought we were trying to corrupt E-rated games? It's not as much fun if the game is already violent and/or twisted.
I broke the combo.
Nah they wouldn't care about some dumb animu game anyway.
edited 30th Sep '10 12:43:12 AM by Pipman
Sim City promotes vandalism through the controlled usage of (un)natural disasters!
Pokemon... No, that's too easy.
And the "Dog eats girls because of Nintendogs * which I almost spelled as Nintendongs thread is also relevant.
In conclusion, videogames are evil.
Katamari Damacy promotes...
Yeah, I've got nothing.
^Having drunken parties and not taking responsibility for one's actions, of course.
That would require old white people to do research outside of the most mainstream games. So, never gunna happen.
yeah they caught SMT and others like guitar hero lol :
i haven't read the whole thing , but ... it's insane
THINK OF THE CHILDREN GENTLEMEN!
THINK OF THE CHILDREN YOU REGULARLY IGNORE AND THUS BUY THEM VIDEOGAMES TO KEEP THEM ENTERTAINED!
THEN COMPLAIN ITS THE EVIL ,SATAN-WORSHIPPING VIDEOGAME DESIGNERS FAULT.
The line that made me laugh the hardest?
"BULBASORE ATTACK, BULBASORE, BULBASORE."
Big Rigs promotes....
UNREALISTICLY DRIVING UP VERTICAL WALLS!!!
Super Mario Bros. promotes wanton destruction of property.
Super Mario Bros. 2 dangerously encourages children to try to float in mid-air.
Super Mario Bros. 3 promotes the immoral abuse of leaves.
Super Mario World is an anti-Christian work because the presence of dinosaurs encourages children to believe the myth of evolution.
Super Mario World 2 again encourages vandalism.
Of course he is! Observe the damning evidence!
"Select your desired attack. Hold down the button until your opponent's life stops draining."
Um... Isn't that how most videogames work?
Hold down the button while attacking? You derpwad! You only do that after you throw the Pokeball!
PUSH BUTTON REPEATEDLY TO ATTACK MUCH FOR GREAT VICTORY!
Also, the whole tactic of "that looks like a mean and horrible monster, let's play with things that make us feel happy inside!" is all good and well for something like a Haunter or Sableye, but what are you going to say if your kid comes home with a Chansey or Pichu card, or God forbid, JIGGLYPUFF?
edited 30th Sep '10 12:35:19 PM by CrowT.Robot
Chansey is raising that egg so that when it hatches, she can eat her child. Pichu secretly electrocutes all trainers who don't see it sneaking up on them to death.
Why yes, I did just turn those two into murderers.
The Pokemon link is bizarre, the first one is more understandable. It still sucks that the article barks up the wrong tree by going after Guitar Hero, but I can't blame the author for freaking out over several of the entries on the list. The description of the first one, Tecmo's Deception, is entirely correct: man makes unholy pact for power, kills people in service of Satan. That's not an interpretation, that's the plot.
When a game walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and features slaughtering angels and conferring with the devil for the sake of momentary entertainment at best like a duck, it's entirely understandable (I'd say reasonable) for devotees to the Lord Almighty to hit the ceiling. Can we go back to prostitute vivisection? I can laugh at that with a clean conscience.
Pong promotes ecstacy use! It consists entirely of passing small pill-shaped objects around in a darkened room.
edited 30th Sep '10 3:32:15 PM by Kizor
I'd pay to violently vivisect Pikachu with a chainsaw. But that's just me.
What about violently vivisecting a chainsaw with a Pikachu?
What about Pikachus with chainsaws violently vivisecting each other?
What about pikachus with chainsaws violently vivisecting people who are afraid of pikachus with chainsaws violently vivisecting people?
Chainsaws are sturdy devices. It seems implausible that someone would jam the right parts of the electric rat into the right places at the right times. Not impossible, though: someone with a good eye for triggering thundershocks could take it as a challenge.
edited 30th Sep '10 3:45:42 PM by Kizor
(Pictures a Pikachu violently cutting through a Snorlax's massive gut.)
Hmm... do you think Nintendo would object if I wrote a Happy Tree Friends inspired version of Pokemon?
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