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May 12, 2007 | 2:25 AM EDT

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LULZNEWZ: The RIAA contacted Newgrounds because of this game using copyright music they represent so the original version has been replaced with the RIAA EDITION! The original can be seen at googumproduce.com (UPDATE: NO IT CANT..FUCK YOU RIAA!)
Site is back up WITH Vtech since i moved hosts!

Reviews


zestyzanderzestyzander

Rated 0 / 5 stars

what...

i am not someone who is easily offended, but this wasnt even funny.
the idea wasnt clever, OR funny
and to top that off, bad 8 bit graphics, annoying music
this would have been better if
a. it wasnt in such bad taste
b. if it had better stuff
keep in mind, i dont usually go whining about stuff like this, but this was not ok



bdash1990bdash1990

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AWESOME

I LOVED IT GOOD ATTENTION TO DETAIL
I LIKED THE FUCK THE RIAA SONG
AND THE SONG DURING THE FIRST LEVEL
SOMETIMES I JUST LET THAT SONG PLAY!!

GOOD GAME
IF YOU DO IT AGAIN, MORE DETAIL PLEASE MORE GORE
YEAH!!!



lilacsanitylilacsanity

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You've done your research

I was astonished at how accurate the details were in this game... the writing on his dormitory wall (lyrics to the song "Shine" by Collective soul), the reference to "Jelly" (his fake super model girlfriend from Jupiter who called him "Spanky"), his letters to NBC, etc. The gameplay could use a little improvement though... to make it more immersive.


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RhydonStalfosRhydonStalfos

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's degrading, but...

Kikiki, bitch! Kikiki! I don't know why you used that as the murder theme. Why don't you make a Jason Massey game instead?



PowerRangerYELLOWPowerRangerYELLOW

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This actually is a murder simulator

A lot of people would be hard pressed to defend this game but even this points a finger at society.

It's a subtle social commentary on how a game of equal content would never raise in eye brow in anyone but make it about a real life massacre, disaster that actually happened and all of sudden everyone freaks out.

And often overlook it's positive aspects of craftsmanship or even think for a second on why certain tools were used instead of others.

There is always parallel to reality to these types of works and often feel like a work of fiction but it is the real life parallel that raises questions about tastes and should it even be made at all.

But for freedom of speech to exist unpopular ideas can't be censored and are equally valid as everything else.

The conglomerate whores in the news media freaked out without really giving it a second thought and it seems to reflect the general public wild overreaction to a piece of entertainment that made them highly uncomfortable.

Somehow if any type of creative endeavor is not glowing with fake sympathy than it is not seen for what it really is.

The fact of the matter is this is just fun game that contains tons of black humor but just because we may love this game doesn't mean we actually approve of the actual V-tech shooting.

The game might actually be a bad reflection on games in general but is it really any worse than any other trashy video game?

-PowerRangerYELLOW


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