Jul 8th 2010 9:58PM It could work...if it's a comedy.
Aug 5th 2006 11:21AM Who's willing enough to trust a place like 7-11?
Jun 18th 2006 5:43PM Honestly, they (the video game companies/makers) really haven't improved in graphics or loading times that much. Due to the lifeless graphics on the GCN, I finally decided to get a PS2, but at the exact wrong time (or possibly the right time). In my opinion, the success in video game sales is amazing when you have all of the other oppritunities to do something else other than play video games (e.g. music, DVDs/movies, etc.). Is this world THAT stupid? No, it actually isn't, due to little 8 year olds asking the same question every week-" Mommy, can I get the new cool game? All of my friends have it! Pleeeaaassseeee!!!!" Those little minds don't understand the weaknesses in game-making even today-YES, TODAY. They just care if the game gives them a certain type of enjoyment. How ironic! My sister just plugged in her iPod at this moment! There's a good example of doing something else! Anyways, when you were that age and video games were on the rise or were at the top of the industry already, you were the same as that typical 8-year old. My point is that most (or at least 60% of the video game industry) is aimed at that kid walking down the street, begging his Mommy for that same video game again and again until he gets it. However, then comes the rated Mature video games; kids look at guns, they like it, I'll tell you that. I'm not saying there should be an end to rated M games, I'm just saying kids get interested in it around the world. Wait-I got off the article, didn't I? My bad. I'll say one more thing about gaming today, choppy graphics and long loading screens; as you get older, you'll notice how easily you (YES, I'M POINTING AT YOU) were so susceptible to bad graphics, stupid A.I, and long loading screens. As far as I'm concerned, no 8 year-old in 2001 would have played the N64 and seen glitches in it (that was me, smart ones). Listen, I'm running out of room, so if you want to talk to me more on this issue or on rock music, don't E-Mail, but IM me at Elrick30. My name is Mike Harris, and yes, I'm only 13.
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