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V-tech Rampage

rated 3.33 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Multidirectional

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May 12, 2007 | 2:25 AM EDT

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Classless, but good

You show no class in making this game, but looking at it objectively its pretty good. Its fun to play, its just weird playing a game that belittles an american horror story. You probably should have waited to make this game, but besides that fact i had fun playing it. God bless freedom of speech, and god bless the v-tech victims.

ps. collective soul was an awesome choice


Rated 4 / 5 stars

a VERY well made game

I'm not saying that the game being based off of killing students at Virginia Tech is a good thing, I am saying however that this game was pretty fun to play. The graphics reminded me of old NES games I used to play (those rocked!), the animation in the game was pretty good, the sound was pretty nice (i like 90s music), a LOT of violence and gore, however it wasn't very humorous to me.

I am not very fond of playing as the killer at V-tech, but you have a VERY good talent of making games, my friend! Keep up the good work!



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Needs a better soundtrack.. kinda tasteless title

I played this game out of curiousity heard about it in the local news (yeah, I live is the Roanoke VA area... close to the school).
Maybe a better title like Cho Rampage might have been better since the whole friggin' world knows about him.
And that soundtrack... WIMPY!!!! And Alt 90's band? Maybe it was Cho's favorite but wouldn't be cooler if some Death Metal band such as Cannibal Corpse and Mortician was played? At least that'll make up for the horrid Atari 2600/Commodore 64 graphics (you're prob too young too remember those consoles/PC's)



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

"Exploiting a tragedy" - ???

To those who take the time to talk about how horrible this is and how the author/creator is exploiting the tragedy..

I ask, if this offends you so much, why is it ok for the media to talk about his story and exploit the dead and survivors?

Exploitation is defined as "Utilization of another person or group for selfish purposes."

TV is all about advertising and numbers. The people want to get paid, they're not out there talking to students who's friends just died "because it's their duty". That's why they had to be there as quickly as possible, that's why Geraldo and co. "Found the killer" when in fact they had not. It's all about scooping the other guy so you're there first and attract more viewers.

They could have refused to show this game on the news, but didn't...

Ask yourself why... who's really exploiting who?

Maybe they're exploiting this guy and possibly... you?

Maybe it wasn't Cho who killed those people, but a group of knee-jerk reacting, bored, TV zombies such as yourselves.

Let the people involved mourn in peace, quit acting like you're a part of it when you live thousands of miles away, quit calling out for attention, quit trying to look like the hero, the villain, etc.

Get a life, of your own and let others live their's the way they see fit.


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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

just because you can dosn't mean you should.

the game was good but I don't like the subject.
we have free speech in this country and I respect that.
Your pretty good at making games so you should just make them with a diffrent subject.