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rirotostichi
1841 Posts
14 years ago
Dora and Diego (my 2 least favorite television personalities (almost) EVER! ) have just been given a new game each for the PS2 and Wii! What the **** is going on?!? If I ran a game store, I would disguise several copies of Manhunt 2 as those 2 awful Dora and Diego games (you would think you'd be getting Dora or Diego for your PS2 or Wii when really you've been tricked into buying Manhunt 2! ) !

Thank god neither of the 2 games are in the pipeline for Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.....
If Xbox 360 versions REALLY WERE in the pipeline, I wouldn't even play them just for the combined 2000 gamerscore!
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    ryanc22
    186 Posts
    14 years ago
    Well BOO-HOO! There's a lot of franchaises and shows that I dislike somewhat that have games on systems I enjoy. And what do I do? I don't buy them. I'm sure you can do the same. And these Dora games being released on PS2 and Wii does not make these systems less calibure.
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      rirotostichi
      1841 Posts
      14 years ago
      I wasn't dissing the systems, I was only dissing the games.

      ryanc22
      Well BOO-HOO! There's a lot of franchaises and shows that I dislike somewhat that have games on systems I enjoy. And what do I do? I don't buy them. I'm sure you can do the same. And these Dora games being released on PS2 and Wii does not make these systems less calibure.
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        SSJ_Jup81
        4806 Posts
        14 years ago
        That sounds like a personal problem to me. I'm so sick of people complaining about preschool stuff. The games are for little kids. Personally, you have no right to "diss" something like this because you're too damn old to even be concerned over it.

        If you were three or four years old or something, then your opinion here would matter.
          gustogummi
          2602 Posts
          14 years ago
          Eh, who fucking cares? They are for little kids anyways.
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            SSJ_Jup81
            4806 Posts
            14 years ago
            Very true. Even little kids deserve to have games aimed at them. It's like some people forget that there are games to cater to different age groups. Dora the Explorer and the Diego kid-based games are obviously not aimed at anyone who roams this website.
              cowandchicken
              643 Posts
              14 years ago
              I don't see why that's bad. As the people before me said those games aren't meant for you anyways. Little kids need games, too. I remember when I was little and bought SNES games a lot. I bought a lot games geared towards children that most of the older people from around that time didn't like and never played. Games for different age groups give many people an opportunity to enjoy a system.

              Although I'd have to admit I play those younger kid games for my older systems just as much now as I did back then! :)
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                liukangx
                3907 Posts
                14 years ago
                SSJ_Jup81
                Very true. Even little kids deserve to have games aimed at them. It's like some people forget that there are games to cater to different age groups. Dora the Explorer and the Diego kid-based games are obviously not aimed at anyone who roams this website.


                I thought that was what those Leapfrog "video games"(uhhhh I feel dirty for calling it a video game)

                its not a video game if you are learning something. lol

                but dont be mad Nick will lose money because only idiots will buy that game it will be about 20 people out of like 100 billion gamers


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                  SSJ_Jup81
                  4806 Posts
                  14 years ago
                  I disagree with, "If you are learning something, it's not a video game." If you enjoy it, it shouldn't matter. I liked Mario is Missing. It really didn't hit me that I was "learning" until after the fact. lol I still enjoyed it since I always enjoyed things dealing with travel, like Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego.
                    gustogummi
                    2602 Posts
                    14 years ago
                    liukangx
                    SSJ_Jup81
                    Very true. Even little kids deserve to have games aimed at them. It's like some people forget that there are games to cater to different age groups. Dora the Explorer and the Diego kid-based games are obviously not aimed at anyone who roams this website.


                    I thought that was what those Leapfrog "video games"(uhhhh I feel dirty for calling it a video game)

                    its not a video game if you are learning something. lol

                    but dont be mad Nick will lose money because only idiots will buy that game it will be about 20 people out of like 100 billion gamers


                    There's only 6.4 billion people in the world.
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                      mostofthetime
                      222 Posts
                      14 years ago
                      They Both Rock:)


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                        Xe-A-Thoul
                        6031 Posts
                        14 years ago
                        Even if it isn't educational, video games can still teach you stuff. Like RPGs... they can teach you new vocabulary. When I was in 6th Grade, I was addicted to Grandia, and, well, I've learned plenty of new vocabulary. Like 'Broad', meaning chick, for instance. I called a chick at school a broad, and she goes to the teacher and asks what a broad was.

                        See what I mean? :?
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                          Captain_Howdy30
                          2207 Posts
                          14 years ago
                          Dios Mios! No! Nooooooo!!! NO!
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                            liukangx
                            3907 Posts
                            14 years ago
                            I was just being Ironic, you know how people say video games dont teach kids anything they just teach violence and bad things?

                            but they would have a field day if they got to know what ya can learn in a video game(God of War actually taught me a little about Greek mythology)


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                              System
                              79987 Posts
                              14 years ago
                              Don't knock i till you'vve played it. a few years ago in Japan I had beaten all the game sI had, so i went to Toys R US looking for a new game. Games in Japan new cost around 50-70 dollars and i only had about 35 to spend. SO I am lloking them over and can't really find anything adn a girl who works in the store comes over and asks if I need any help. I tell her I need some kind of action game, but I only have about $30 to spend and most of the ones I know of are too expensive. She looks over the games adn then picks up a box and goes, "This is an action game, it's $30, but I don't know if you'd want it." I take the box adn low and behold its the PS2 verions of Hello Kitty Roller Rescue. I figure what the hell, after all, who doens't liek hello Kitty, plus, its a cheep thrill. Turns out, for a game made for kids, it was honestly one of the Best action games I've played in awhile. A few of my marine buddies came by one night adn saw it on teh table adn laughed, so i told them they should play it before they say anything. So we put it on. So here we are, all these real hard core military guys, passing teh controller around adn having one hell of a night playing hello kitty.
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                                funguy10
                                769 Posts
                                13 years, 11 months ago
                                gustogummi
                                liukangx
                                SSJ_Jup81
                                Very true. Even little kids deserve to have games aimed at them. It's like some people forget that there are games to cater to different age groups. Dora the Explorer and the Diego kid-based games are obviously not aimed at anyone who roams this website.


                                I thought that was what those Leapfrog "video games"(uhhhh I feel dirty for calling it a video game)

                                its not a video game if you are learning something. lol

                                but dont be mad Nick will lose money because only idiots will buy that game it will be about 20 people out of like 100 billion gamers


                                There's only 6.4 billion people in the world.


                                I also think it's dirty that the Vtech V-Smile and V-Flash are being called video games. They are both educational learning tools.
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                                  Hoogs
                                  233 Posts
                                  13 years, 11 months ago
                                  Baburu
                                  Don't knock i till you'vve played it. a few years ago in Japan I had beaten all the game sI had, so i went to Toys R US looking for a new game. Games in Japan new cost around 50-70 dollars and i only had about 35 to spend. SO I am lloking them over and can't really find anything adn a girl who works in the store comes over and asks if I need any help. I tell her I need some kind of action game, but I only have about $30 to spend and most of the ones I know of are too expensive. She looks over the games adn then picks up a box and goes, "This is an action game, it's $30, but I don't know if you'd want it." I take the box adn low and behold its the PS2 verions of Hello Kitty Roller Rescue. I figure what the hell, after all, who doens't liek hello Kitty, plus, its a cheep thrill. Turns out, for a game made for kids, it was honestly one of the Best action games I've played in awhile. A few of my marine buddies came by one night adn saw it on teh table adn laughed, so i told them they should play it before they say anything. So we put it on. So here we are, all these real hard core military guys, passing teh controller around adn having one hell of a night playing hello kitty.
                                  That is one awesome story. Heartwarming, really.
                                  My YouTube Channel (commercials from the late 80s/early 90s):

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                                    liukangx
                                    3907 Posts
                                    13 years, 11 months ago
                                    funguy10
                                    gustogummi
                                    liukangx
                                    SSJ_Jup81
                                    Very true. Even little kids deserve to have games aimed at them. It's like some people forget that there are games to cater to different age groups. Dora the Explorer and the Diego kid-based games are obviously not aimed at anyone who roams this website.


                                    I thought that was what those Leapfrog "video games"(uhhhh I feel dirty for calling it a video game)

                                    its not a video game if you are learning something. lol

                                    but dont be mad Nick will lose money because only idiots will buy that game it will be about 20 people out of like 100 billion gamers


                                    There's only 6.4 billion people in the world.


                                    I also think it's dirty that the Vtech V-Smile and V-Flash are being called video games. They are both educational learning tools.


                                    Thank you! :o


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                                      rirotostichi
                                      1841 Posts
                                      13 years, 11 months ago
                                      I seriously think that Swiper (the fox who steals things from Dora) should get his own PlayStation 3 game:

                                      It would involves Swiper going round commiting crime, murder and lots of other bad things. It would be like Grand Theft Auto and Manhunt put together

                                      The game would be so explicit that the ESRB would have to introduce an M19+ rating for ages 19 and up.
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                                        Bomberman
                                        3299 Posts
                                        13 years, 11 months ago
                                        Would your health meter drop by a third if someone said "Swiper, no swiping!"?
                                        Game... ovahhhhhhhhh!!!
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