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    Recently, you and me cannot find any gore games in most retailers because there were so many tragical incidents that students taking guns to massacre. However, I do think the game retailers should continue to seel those AO-games. Not only are those games shouldn't be sold to minors, but making distribution areas in a store is required. Like in a store, they should gather up those AO-games into a small section that consumers must be at least 21 older to enter for viewing and choosing games. The recently-released games are getting boring and childish; hoping this will change!


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    Ironic you say that. As China is the number one bootlegger of our software and games. And, I might add, then you have people selling those bootlegged copies on the street - without any of the very controls we'd all like to see.

    Not flaming you, just making the point.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yevaud
    Ironic you say that. As China is the number one bootlegger of our software and games. And, I might add, then you have people selling those bootlegged copies on the street - without any of the very controls we'd all like to see.

    Not flaming you, just making the point.
    I don't understand, you mean in Taiwan or China selling too many piracy games?
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    Well, yes. Both are, and have been long since identified by the music and movie industries here as being the number one source for bootlegged CD's and DVD's.

    That's why I said it was ironic you mentioned the violent aspect of many video games, and lamented that we couldn't do more to kepp it under control.

    As I'd said, merely pointing it out. It's very hard to control something, keep it out of the hands of the too-young, when it's sold bootlegged in such quantities.
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