Fallout 3 makes list of most offensive video games

Discussion in 'Fallout 3 Discussion' started by Kanhef, Dec 5, 2008.

  1. ravenshrike

    ravenshrike First time out of the vault

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    Nov 11, 2008
    Actually to get full DX10 functionality you do need Vista. However, part of it's functionality is the efficiency with which the API calls work. You can get all of the graphic juicyness out of DX10 on XP but it takes comparatively more horsepower to do so because of the way XP handles Graphics API calls. So essentially everytime they wrote an update for DX10 they would have to write two completely different ones.
     
  2. Requete

    Requete First time out of the vault

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    Sexual deseases, brothels and 50ties style "sexy" nightgowns What the Sodom :roll:
    I must have played a diferent game. :o
    Seriusly Americans are crazy people and not only "christians" or republicans as I read the rewievs of "liberals" bashing my favorite Blackisle/troika games for "women exploatation" "sexual harasment" "rascism" and all other PC feminazist jazz.
    For me this was juvenile, boring but momentary revolting (canibalism, raider gore galore, heads exploding after pistol shot) and quite silly in wrong way game.
    BTW what sick parent is buying M rated games to his kids? Buy them a book, throw TV to garbage and stop bitching. :D
    P.S. Good thing that they don't played Bloodlines: undead creatures cursed by God facing the Apocalipse was ten times more disturbing and mature than FOO. :crazy:
     
  3. Corvin

    Corvin It Wandered In From the Wastes

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    Nov 17, 2008
    Lots of parents buy M rated games for kids. It is sort of scary.
     
  4. Scowl

    Scowl First time out of the vault

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    Nov 21, 2008
    I don't know, it doesn't seem like a big deal to me. Plenty of kids everywhere are exposed to of sex, violence and vulgarity in popular entertainment at an early age without any obvious negative effects. And I'm pretty sure that no one here is going to argue that violent games make kids flip out and shoot people.

    I think a lot of the age restrictions are due more to adults being offended by such materials being accessible to kids more than anything else. The vast majority of people learn to separate entertainment from reality to an acceptable degree.