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Virtual Rape game banned.

#5
AAAAGGGGHHHHH!

I'll very, very rarely say this - but there are occasional drawbacks to having a Mac - rape game not working being one....
 
#7
Werewolf said:
Japs can be creepy b@stards... :roll:
your not wrong. in '97 I worked out there for 7 months. I was put up in the company accomodation. I found in the room some really ... well i suppose it was porn. lots of magazines of jap girls tied up, taking dumps on the floor and all sorts of 'interesting' stuff.

the japs have a very strict society, but anything that is not covered by the strict rules, is fair game. in tokyo they brought in separate carrages on the trains for women so they wouldn't get groped so often.

Basically, if it's not covered by the rules, japanese behave like psychopaths, which goes some way to explaining their behaviour during the WWII. They have not learned and will not until they are forced to own up to the shame of what their society has done and the things that continue to happen.
 
#8
SkiCarver said:
Werewolf said:
Japs can be creepy b@stards... :roll:
your not wrong. in '97 I worked out there for 7 months. I was put up in the company accomodation. I found in the room some really ... well i suppose it was porn. lots of magazines of jap girls tied up, taking dumps on the floor and all sorts of 'interesting' stuff.

the japs have a very strict society, but anything that is not covered by the strict rules, is fair game. in tokyo they brought in separate carrages on the trains for women so they wouldn't get groped so often.

Basically, if it's not covered by the rules, japanese behave like psychopaths, .
I reckon half of ARRSE are looking up cheap flight to the land of the rising sun right now.
 
#9
Iliked this bit;

"But Amazon has now withdrawn the game after complaints from users, deeming it to be inappropriate. "We determined that we did not want to be selling this particular item," a spokeswoman said."

They were quite happy to keep flogging the game for God-knows-how-long, but when someone kicked off about it, they pretended they were appalled by it and withdrew it from sale. I was completely fooled there, you know.
 
#10
Keith Vaz , "It is intolerable that anyone would purchase a game that simulates the criminal offence of rape," .
I wonder if there are any other games that simulate other criminal offences....
 
#11
SkiCarver said:
Werewolf said:
Japs can be creepy b@stards... :roll:
your not wrong. in '97 I worked out there for 7 months. I was put up in the company accomodation. I found in the room some really ... well i suppose it was porn. lots of magazines of jap girls tied up, taking dumps on the floor and all sorts of 'interesting' stuff.

the japs have a very strict society, but anything that is not covered by the strict rules, is fair game. in tokyo they brought in separate carrages on the trains for women so they wouldn't get groped so often.

Basically, if it's not covered by the rules, japanese behave like psychopaths, which goes some way to explaining their behaviour during the WWII. They have not learned and will not until they are forced to own up to the shame of what their society has done and the things that continue to happen.
Apparently, there are vending machines in major Japanese cities that sell soiled girls panties, neatly wrapped in plastic bags. And one of the "heroes" of Japanese Manga comics was called Rape Man! 8O

The Chinese will never forgive the Japs for Nanking. And met a few Vetrans who had survived Japanese POW camps, and who believed the Septics should not have stopped at Hiroshima and Nagasaki...
 
#13
skintboymike said:
Iliked this bit;

"But Amazon has now withdrawn the game after complaints from users, deeming it to be inappropriate. "We determined that we did not want to be selling this particular item," a spokeswoman said."

They were quite happy to keep flogging the game for God-knows-how-long, but when someone kicked off about it, they pretended they were appalled by it and withdrew it from sale. I was completely fooled there, you know.
Amazon never sold the game.... it was sold on the "market place" which is similar to ebay ineffect. Someone complained and Amazon pulled the game.

That the game was on sale on the Amazon site does not display agreement.
 
#16
chocolate_frog said:
skintboymike said:
Iliked this bit;

"But Amazon has now withdrawn the game after complaints from users, deeming it to be inappropriate. "We determined that we did not want to be selling this particular item," a spokeswoman said."

They were quite happy to keep flogging the game for God-knows-how-long, but when someone kicked off about it, they pretended they were appalled by it and withdrew it from sale. I was completely fooled there, you know.
Amazon never sold the game.... it was sold on the "market place" which is similar to ebay ineffect. Someone complained and Amazon pulled the game.

That the game was on sale on the Amazon site does not display agreement.
eBay regularly remove inappropriate items from sale - shouldn't it be the same with Amazon?*

*Actually, no it shouldn't because I still want one. ;)
 
#17
chocolate_frog said:
skintboymike said:
Iliked this bit;

"But Amazon has now withdrawn the game after complaints from users, deeming it to be inappropriate. "We determined that we did not want to be selling this particular item," a spokeswoman said."

They were quite happy to keep flogging the game for God-knows-how-long, but when someone kicked off about it, they pretended they were appalled by it and withdrew it from sale. I was completely fooled there, you know.
Amazon never sold the game.... it was sold on the "market place" which is similar to ebay ineffect. Someone complained and Amazon pulled the game.

That the game was on sale on the Amazon site does not display agreement.
Didn't amazon continue to sell the book about 'its ok for gay men to shag kids' despite complaints/outrage etc?
 
#18
stacker1 said:
SkiCarver said:
Werewolf said:
Japs can be creepy b@stards... :roll:
your not wrong. in '97 I worked out there for 7 months. I was put up in the company accomodation. I found in the room some really ... well i suppose it was porn. lots of magazines of jap girls tied up, taking dumps on the floor and all sorts of 'interesting' stuff.

the japs have a very strict society, but anything that is not covered by the strict rules, is fair game. in tokyo they brought in separate carrages on the trains for women so they wouldn't get groped so often.

Basically, if it's not covered by the rules, japanese behave like psychopaths, .

I reckon half of ARRSE are looking up cheap flight to the land of the rising sun right now
.
Manchester to Tokyo £717 with Virgin atlantic not bad value IMO
 
#20
labrat said:
AAAAGGGGHHHHH!

I'll very, very rarely say this - but there are occasional drawbacks to having a Mac - rape game not working being one....
As a fellow Mac user, it would be slack of me not to point out that you can download Parallels and hence run Windows games in a Mac environment.

Not to play THIS game though, oh no.

edited to add:

Also, if you have a Windows CD/DVD, you can install the OS in a dual-boot configuration and play games that way too. But still not this game. No.
 

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