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    Feb 22nd, 2009 at 17:03:01     -    Super Columbine Massacre RPG (PC)

    When you first make your way down the hallway, the game cuts to a cut scene featuring a sound byte from Bill Clinton on the day of the shootings. After this plays, you have access to the rest of the building. You can kill the janitor and take his key, which unlocks the lighting console for the auditorium. You can also go to the gym and kill students there. After this, you go through to the library. At the very back of the library is a large window where the cops show up and begin to shoot at you. At this point you are given the option to either kill yourself or continue playing. After you kill yourself, there is a long montage of photos from the shootings, both of students and then of Eric and Dylan's childhood. After this you play as Hell. This is where I stopped playing. It was too much for me. I understand that the game was makeing an attempt at recreating the events of the day. Maybe trying to get you to experience what they did. But actually playing as Dylan in hell is a mockery. It doesn't fit at all and it simply kills any strides that the game had made.

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    Feb 22nd, 2009 at 15:46:34     -    Super Columbine Massacre RPG (PC)

    Once you get back outside, they send you out to the park, which is directly south of the parking lot. When you get there, you meet Dylan and there is a long cut scene. Afterwards you go back to the parking lot, and begin shooting people. You can choose to kill everyone in sight, or just walk past them all. When you run into a person, the screen switches to a turn based rpg style set up. You can manually go through attacks, or just hit the auto-attack button. This has the game take over the shooting for you. You can actually get through the entire game just by using the auto-attack feature. You have the option at this point to pretty much go through the entire school as you like. If you go into the cafeteria, the game prompts you to pull the fire alarm. When you do this, the music speeds up and the people begin to run around a bit more frantically. After leaving the cafeteria, I went into a few of the classrooms that lined the hallway. After that I plan on going through the hallway on the left before the cafeteria. One thing that I will mention is that the text is extremely hard to read, and sometimes it can be difficult to understand exactly what the game wants you to do. For example, I spent a lot of time figuring out where the game wanted me to go after the park, when i was supposed to "gear up".

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    Feb 21st, 2009 at 14:22:08     -    Super Columbine Massacre RPG (PC)

    At the start of the game you are placed in Eric's bedroom. I'm assuming that you are given the option to just leave the room, but I stayed in it and took a look around. There are random personal effects, like a Marlin Manson CD and a copy of "Doom". After this, the game has instructed you to go to the basement and wait for Dylan. Before he show up you have to pick up the duffel bags and the propane tank. After that, Dylan comes and the two of you go to school. You pick up the propane bombs from the back of the trunk, and have to bring them into the cafeteria. This is where its a little tricky and I got a bit frustrated. You have to go under the security cameras, because if they spot you, you are thrown back outside. But, at the same time, you have to dodge students that are running around. If they touch you, you again are thrown outside and have to start over. After you get to the end of the hallway, you have to doge cameras again in the cafeteria, and then place the bombs under lunch tables. When thats done they make you go through the hallway again. Even if you have already placed the bombs they make you do it again if you get caught on the way out.

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    Jan 20th, 2009 at 18:12:41     -    Grand Theft Auto : San Andreas (XBX)

    When I started to play again, one of the first things that the game made me do was take some girl out for a date. I didn't really want to, but it didn't really seem like I was given a choice. I picked her up in a car that I stole, and drove her to the closest fast food restaurant that I could find. I skipped the cut scene in the place, and then drove her back home. Just having to put up with that was kind of annoying, so I decided to go on another spree.

    I loaded up the infinite health and ammo cheats and started by just shooting random pedestrians. When the cops started to show up, I drove off as fast as I could, hitting things in the way. I made it down to some kind of a boardwalk, with a lot of people on it. I proceeded to drive down the boardwalk, waking out what seemed like almost a hundred people. By this point the cops started to put up barricades on the road to stop me, so I would turn around and just go the other way. I continued to go back and forth in this manner, taking out cops until the helicopter showed up. By that point there wasn't much I could do. Even though I had infinite health on, that doesn't stop explosions and 50' cal bullets from killing you. Eventually the helicopter took me out, and I decided that I was done playing.

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