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2656  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Suikoden V on: July 05, 2006, 10:28:11 AM
im playing this game now and erm *cough* Lelei and Lucretia seems to have something going on there :o
2657  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Final Fantasy XII collectors edition? on: July 04, 2006, 08:27:40 PM
they other day i saw a factory sealed FFVII for $70 WTF?
2658  The Rest / General Discussions / LocoRoco to include Racist Elements? on: July 04, 2006, 07:15:22 AM
as someone who is in fact black i think the jynx = lol wtf, but i can see where someone would take issue with loco roco. i think you need to look at the images in eusis link to get a grasp of why.

http://edition.cnn.com/2002/WORLD/asiapcf/east/05/13/asia.whitening/

http://www.calbaptist.edu/dskubik/white_skin.htm

heh
2659  The Rest / The Helper Monkey / what the heck? on: July 04, 2006, 05:13:48 AM
so i was working on my pc then a lightning bolt strikes outside and the power goes out for a few seconds. after it comes back on and i boot back up im logged out of all my sites and have to log back yet my history is intact. wtf happend? O.o
2660  Media / Miscellaneous Games / Bright future for the GBA line-up on: July 03, 2006, 10:24:13 AM
im very much interested in super robot wars OG 2 i hope if it sells well they bring the ps2 one her as well.
2661  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Simoun game O.o on: July 03, 2006, 06:28:46 AM
http://www.rpgfan.com/news/2006/1338.html

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Marvelous Interactive is working on a PlayStation 2 adaption of the popular anime Simoun. Tentatively titled Simoun, the game will combine adventure and strategy elements. The anime takes its viewers to a distant planet where humans are born exclusively as females. After they turn 17, they head for a fountain, where their gender is determined, before they become adults. The series' protagonists who man a small aerial battle ship by the name of Simoun, have remained girls, because their mission as soldiers prevents them from heading for the fountain in times of war. RPGFan will bring you more details on the game as they become available.

Simoun will be available in Japan sometime this fall.


i doubt many of you know this but the anime this game will be based on has shoujo ai/yuri elements. if you dont know what that means ill make it simple for you. Girl X Girl kissing scenes. i highly doubt it will make it over here unless the anime does but it will still be interesting to see how the game does profitwise.
2662  Media / Single-Player RPGs / FRont Mission question on: July 01, 2006, 08:33:34 PM
is there any continuity(sp?) in the front mission games or do they all take place in seperate universes. on that note its a shame FM5 will probally see the light of day in the US.
2663  The Rest / General Discussions / Question. on: July 01, 2006, 07:05:45 PM
wow theres a name i havent seen in a long ass time.
2664  Media / Single-Player RPGs / do you have trouble .... on: June 30, 2006, 06:13:59 PM
maybee its just me then. i recently completed wild arms 4 and he only character in that game i really connected with was Raquel.
2665  Media / Single-Player RPGs / do you have trouble .... on: June 30, 2006, 08:21:18 AM
do you have trouble connecting with characters of the opposite sex in rpg's?
2666  The Rest / General Discussions / Democracy in chains. on: June 26, 2006, 01:44:08 PM
i came across this on another forum i frequent and thought i'd share it with you guys here at rpgfan and see your thoughts on it.


http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/greg_palast/2006/06/voting_rights_act_nailed_to_bu.html



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US Republicans are planning to change the law to stop black, Hispanic and Native American voters going to the polls in 2008.

By Greg Palast06/23/06
"The Guardian"

Don't kid yourself: the Republican party's decision yesterday to "delay" the renewal of the Voting Rights Act has not a darn thing to do with objections of the Republican's white sheets caucus.
Complaints by a couple of good ol' boys to legislation have never stopped the GOP leadership from rolling over dissenters.

This is a strategic stall that is meant to decriminalise the Republican party's new game of challenging voters of colour by the hundreds of thousands.

In the 2004 presidential race, the GOP ran a massive, multi-state, multimillion-dollar operation to challenge the legitimacy of black, Hispanic and Native American voters. The methods used breached the Voting Rights Act, and while the Bush administration's civil rights division grinned and looked the other way, civil rights lawyers began circling, preparing to sue to stop the violations of the act before the 2008 race.

So Republicans have promised to no longer break the law - not by going legit but by eliminating the law.

The act was passed in 1965 after the Ku Klux Klan and other upright citizens found they could use procedural tricks - "literacy tests", poll taxes and more - to block citizens of colour from casting ballots.

Here is what happened in 2004, and what's in store for 2008.

In the 2004 election, more than 3 million voters were challenged at the polls. No one had seen anything like it since the era of Jim Crow and burning crosses. In 2004, voters were told their registrations had been purged or that their addresses were "suspect".

Denied the right to the regular voting booths, these challenged voters were given "provisional" ballots. More than 1m of these provisional ballots (1,090,729 of them) were tossed in the electoral dumpster uncounted.

A funny thing about those ballots: about 88% were cast by minority voters.

This isn't a number dropped on me from a black helicopter: they come from the raw data of the US election assistance commission in Washington DC.

At the heart of the GOP's mass challenge of voters was what the party's top brass called "caging lists" - secret files of hundreds of thousands of voters, almost every one from a black-majority voting precinct.

When our investigations team, working for BBC TV, got our hands on these confidential files in October 2004, the Republicans told us the voters listed were their potential "donors". Really? The sheets included pages of men from homeless shelters in Florida.

Donor lists, my ass. Every expert told us, these were "challenge lists" meant to stop these black voters from casting ballots.

When these "caged" voters arrived at the polls in November 2004, they found their registrations missing, their right to vote blocked or their absentee ballots rejected because their addresses were supposedly "fraudulent".

Why didn't the GOP honchos fess up to challenging these allegedly illegal voters? Because targeting voters of colour is against the law. The law in question is the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

The act says you can't go after groups of voters if you choose your targets based on race. Given that almost all the voters on the GOP hit list are black, the illegal racial profiling is beyond even Karl Rove's ability to come up with an alibi.

The Republicans target black folk not because they don't like the colour of their skin; they don't like the colour of their vote: Democrat. For that reason, the GOP included on its hit list Jewish retirement homes in Florida. Apparently, the GOP was also gunning for the Elderly of Zion.

These so-called "fraudulent" voters, in fact, were not fraudulent at all. Page after page, as we have previously reported, are black soldiers sent overseas. The Bush campaign used their absence from their US homes to accuse them of voting from false addresses.

Now that the GOP has been caught breaking the voting rights law, it has found a way to keep using its expensively obtained "caging" lists: let the law expire next year. If the Voting Rights Act dies in 2007, the 2008 race will be open season on dark-skinned voters. Only the renewal of the Voting Rights Act can prevent the planned racial wrecking of democracy.

Before the 2000 presidential ballot, then Jeb Bush purged thousands of Black citizens' registrations on the grounds that they were "felons" not entitled to vote. Our review of the files determined that the crime of most people on the list was nothing more than VWB -- Voting While Black.

That "felon scrub", as the state called it, had to be "pre-cleared" under the Voting Rights Act. That is, the US justice department must approve "scrubs" and other changes in procedures.

The Florida felon scrub slipped through this "pre-clearance" provision because Katherine Harris's assistant assured the government the scrub was just a clerical matter. Civil rights lawyers are now on the alert for such mendacity.

The burning cross caucus of the Republican Party is *****ing that "pre-clearance" of voting changes applies only to southern states. I have to agree that singling out the old confederacy is a bit unfair. But the solution is not to smother the voting rights law but to spread its safeguards to all 50 of these United States.

Republicans argue that the racial voting games and the threats of the white-hooded Klansmen that kept African-Americans from the ballot box before the 1965 passage of the Voting Rights Act no longer threaten black voters.

That's true. When I look over the "caging lists" and the "scrub sheets", it's clear to me that the GOP has traded in white sheets for spreadsheets.
2667  The Rest / General Discussions / Sony can't spell on: June 26, 2006, 12:53:04 PM
it looks more like engrish to me than a typo.
2668  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Did Final Fantasy really save Square? on: June 26, 2006, 03:56:54 AM
Quote from: "James8BitStar"
Yea, sorry I snapped Dade.  I was having a very bad day when I posted that, and unfortunately your post also triggered one of my pet peeves--I can't stand it when people make claims that openly defy logic.

So, once again, sorry.


that avatar makes it almost impossible for me to take anything you say seriously.
2669  The Rest / General Discussions / Digital Game Distribution. on: June 25, 2006, 02:07:51 PM
the only problem id see here is the amount of time it would take to download modern games vs going to the store and picking it up. to give you an idea i recently downloaded disc 2 of valkyrie profile because i lost mine when i moved and iirc it was 21 winrar files taking aproximately 30 mins for each file on cable.
2670  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Tales of surprise-rumour on: June 24, 2006, 12:21:25 AM
no offence but how the hell do you go from ToS to ToL graphically? and on that note TotA looks sexy.
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