The Last Word With The Cultured Gamers

Parents are as stupid as lets say… certain Lawyers.
March 29, 2007, 9:42 pm
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So after recent Lawsuits being passed around by a certain lawyer, we at feel we must stop refering to him, to possibly avoid future lawsu… who am I kidding, we don’t give a damn. Screw you Jack Thompson

Alright, now onto the real post.

A woman is suing Sony, Vivendi Games and Sierra Entertainement as well as the store she rented the game from, for giving her child a seizure after playing Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly on the PS2. In the lawsuit states “negligent, careless, and reckless with regard to the design and manufacture” of the game, failing to properly warn consumers of the hazards of playing the game.

Now this is reminding me abit of that news report from Fox 9 Milwaukee, with parents stating that ” Nintendo doesn’t advertise anywhere or anything about Pictochat.” when really, open up the manual and there is a warning about Pictochat.

Same goes for this, open the instruction booklet for this game… or any game for that matter, and health and hazard warning will be displayed on the very first page. To me it further proves parents don’t take the time, or just simply don’t give a damn about what their childrens play. They’ll let them do whatever as long as they get a piece of mind, and it’s just absolutely wrong.
Maybe the warning label should be changed to “Warning: Negligent Parents”


Right Next Door To Hell
March 16, 2007, 8:08 pm
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So what do I have to complain about on this fine snowy day… other then the snow? Absolutely nothing, because Jack Thompson is getting some of his own home made medication.

Take Two has filed a lawsuit against Jack Thompson, saying that they are being robbed of their first amendment rights by said asshole. All of this coming after Thompson’s recent lawsuit for Manhunt 2, claiming it to be a murder simulator, especially the Wii version.

I believe Jack Thompson has to be the most hated man amongst gamers, I say the name, and I just get angry.