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    Feb 21st, 2012 at 19:53:31     -    Super Columbine Massacre RPG (PC)

    Today I sort of freely roamed around the school killing people. I mainly looked for easter eggs or hidden dialogue since I found some yesterday. I wasnt successful finding any of that so I kept farming npcs. I did not feel bad about the game because even though I was killing npcs based on real people, they were still only npcs.
    I went into the classroom and read more dialogue between the killers. The game actually has decent character development and really shows you their reasoning and motives.
    The game tries to justify their behavior by depicting them as victims. My friend disagreed with me and I could understand his reasoning on this topic. However, he believes the game is immoral to play. I couldnt understand this. He plays games based on actual wars but is disgusted by a game where many less people are killed. Even if the historical damage that these games are based upon was equal, its still only a game to me and no harm is being done to anyone.

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    Feb 20th, 2012 at 21:00:43     -    Super Columbine Massacre RPG (PC)

    I went to the PC lab to play Super Columbine RPG. I first noticed that the ui reminded me of a mix between Pokemon and the classic Final Fantasy games. You play as the two murderers. They begin by complaining about the people at their school and you walk round your home. You collect some items including a copy of Doom.
    The characters talk to each other some more and you do not really do much for the first 10 minutes or so. Eventually a monologue and slideshow appears. You then go through the parking lot to the school cafeteria.

    You leave and the characters talk some more and get weapons. You return to the parking lot and encounter a couple of girls. You engage them in a final fantasy style turn based fight. After shooting them a few times I keep going.

    I walked around the cafeteria and slaughtered the people inside. So far the game is very easy. The NPCs are all very similar in design and skill.

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    Jan 22nd, 2012 at 09:33:17     -    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PS2)

    I haven't played any of the GTA games for quite awhile. The last one I played was 4, and I didnt have too high of an opinion on it. I do remember however, that my favorite was San Andreas by far. I had beaten the game several times even though I used cheat codes.
    I went home and got my old PS2 and copy of San Andreas. Since I hadn't played in so long I thought it would be good to just do the main storyline first. My old save file wasnt available because I lost my old memory card, so I started from sratch.
    I started the game and was smacked by a wave of nostalgia. I watched the cutscene and then went into the actual game. The ui, characters, and cars were all still great and reminded me of my old playing days. It was good to see the old Grove Street gang, especially Big Smoke, as I hadn't seen him since I shot him dead so many years ago.
    I got in the car with Big Smoke and began the missions, but when I got to the part where I got on the bike I became distracted. The sandbox style of gameplay was too appealing, and thus began the culling of the San Andreas population. I continued to slaughter the masses for about 30 minutes until I became bored.

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