Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Rape game??? Where they do that at!!!!

So there's a new Facebook Fan page called "Where they do that at??!!" dedicated to all sorts of Hogwash Tomfoolery.

For those of you unfamiliar with the phrase, "where they do that at" is popularized hood jargon for "Why the fuck are you intentionally making yourself look like a hot mess," "who the fuck told you this was acceptable" or "God damn that shit is strangely unacceptable." The term has been widely circulated and made its way into the everyday urban lexicon in 2009 when rapper Fabolous [sic] was quoted saying in in a song.

Example #1: Big Bi*ches with skinny friends..."Where they do that at!!??"

Example #2 is really what this post is all about. I could sit here all day pointing out people who look a hot fucking mess, but this would be too easy. As always, Show (when unchecked by Tako , C4 and WJA3) either has an agenda, plans on talking uber-reckless, or both.

Check out the following article on CNN...

Tokyo Rape Video Game: Where They Do That At??!!!

Tokyo, Japan (CNN) -- The game begins with a teenage girl on a subway platform. She notices you are looking at her and asks, "Can I help you with something?"

That is when you, the player, can choose your method of assault.

With the click of your mouse, you can grope her and lift her skirt. Then you can follow her aboard the train, assaulting her sister and her mother.

As you continue to play, "friends" join in and in a series of graphic, interactive scenes, you can corner the women, rape them again and again.

The game allows you to even impregnate a girl and urge her to have an abortion. The reason behind your assault, explains the game, is that the teenage girl has accused you of molesting her on the train. The motive is revenge.

When does a video game go too far?

C4: Right now!!!! This is when it has gone too Far...

Tako: Ohhhh man. I feel like this cannot be good for Asians.

It is little wonder that the game, titled RapeLay, sparked international outrage from women's groups. Taina Bien-Aime helped yank the game off store shelves worldwide.

"This was a game that had absolutely no place on the market," said Taina Bien-Aime of women's rights organization Equality Now which has campaigned for the game to be taken off the shelves.

But the controversy that led to stopping sales of the game instead took it viral.

That was how Lucy Kibble and Jim Gardner in Britain heard about it.

"I think the idea that you can do it by wholesale banning is just never going to work anyway because we downloaded it for free off the Internet," Gardner said.

In the case of RapeLay, he was right. It is still readily available on dozens of Web sites, sometimes for free.

What happened to RapeLay is an example, said Bien-Aime, of why Japan needs to police game makers.

"It's obviously very difficult to curtail activity on the Internet. But the governments do have a role in trying to regulate this sort of extreme pornography of children, both in their countries, and through the Internet ," she said, adding that they were calling for the Japanese government "to ban all games that promote and simulate sexual violence, sexual torture, stalking and rape against women and girls. And there are plenty of games like that. "

WJA3: Plenty? Really?


Those games are known as "hentai games." Almost all feature girlish-looking characters. Some of the games are violent -- depicting rape, torture and bondage in detail.

Step into a game shop in Akihabara, Japan's electronics district, and hentai games are readily available. In minutes, we found a game similar to RapeLay. The object here is also revenge: Find and rape the woman who fired the player from his imaginary job. Along the way, the player can rape a number of other girls and women.

Hentai games are not new to Japan. This country has long produced products the rest of the world would call pornographic. But before the arrival of the Internet, such items stayed in Japan. Now, once a game goes on sale in Tokyo, it is digitized and shared everywhere.

Japan does have censorship laws for sexual content. In games and videos, genitalia are obscured, even if it is animated. But Japan's laws do not restrict the themes and ideas of the games.

Show: Well that's good. You can't see the punani, but you can see a man raping it. Even I can't find the irony in this one. You've got me. Japan 1, Showrock zero.

A national law that would make possession of real and virtual images of child porn illegal is under discussion, but no serious legislation has moved forward in Japan's parliament.

CNN contacted the Gender Equality Promotion Division in the Gender Equality Bureau of Japan's Cabinet Office, which is charged with handling the hentai gaming issue.

Despite repeated calls over a period of weeks, no representative from the government office would comment to CNN on camera. The office refused to make a statement on paper. A spokeswoman would only say over the telephone that the Japanese government was aware that the games were a problem and it was checking to see if self-policing by the gaming industry was enough.

A member of the Institute of Contents Culture, who did not want to give CNN his name, said restricting game themes limits freedom of expression.

"In my opinion, RapeLay's storyline went too far. However, if a game creator wants to express something and create content out of it, a government or public entity shouldn't have the power to restrain it."

Lucy Kibble and Jim Gardner, the gamers in Britain, said trying to control games on the Internet was futile and that content control was up to parents.

"The idea of banning it, or telling people what they can and can't do just because on the off chance some kid might get involved with it is just ridiculous," said Gardner.

Show: Is it really that ridiculous?

C4: Has this not already happened with video games before?

Show: What's wrong with your people Tako??

Tako: Shut up. I've only played that game once. Kidding.

Show: I think I may try and download it just so.....

C4: Stop.

Show: but I was...

Wja3: Stop.

Show: Fine. But ummmm, I'm curious to know what the viewership thinks. Would you play it?? I need to know before I get my wifey ms. pants one for her bday.

Wja3: Dick.

--The Bros


MW said...

SO, In Grand Theft Auto, it's fine to assault whores with katanas, and in The Sims, it's OK to fuck someone (albeit not graphically), and in regular porn it's acceptable to jizz on someone's face and call them a disgusting piece of filth.

...But it's not cool to combine them? Shenanigans.

Molestation (in Japan, called chikan, more appropriately translated specifically as "frotteurism", or "bad touch", and whose characters literally translate as "Stupid Chinese") is a common crime on the Japanese subway, with warning signs posted inside and outside of trains. Special "women's only" cars have been established to make the female contingent feel safer (...what about J-lesbos, though?). The act itself in no way implies rape.

But, taking a real life situation and bringing it to an absurd conclusion is the very hallmark of entertainment!

We have war games where we can literally murder Iraqis. This isn't even historical war: this is a real situation which engages people's emotions and hatred and allows them to enact dark fantasies. Fantasies!

Who hasn't fantasized about eating magic mushrooms and running all noodle-legged through the world collecting money? Or stacking brightly-colored right-angular blocks until they tumble over and crush someone's skull? Or actually getting the Atlanta Falcons to win something! ...Does any version of Madden even allow that!?

A game in poor taste is still just a game.

Now, who wants to join me in rousing match of Altar Boy Sodomy Holocaust 2: Vow of Silence Revoked!? ...Only on Xbox 360

Rock said...

Noodle legged huh? I see someone has shroom jokes.

And while i think this gae is a bit too over the top, a version of Maden where Ben Rothesburger is allowed to Rape people wouldn't be too far fetched. Maybe let Pacman Jones shoot up a strip club?

Moral of the story...this shit would never fly in the U.S.

And when it does....I want exclusive rights to produce the R-kelly video game. Do you see the slippery slope?

The A2K-10 Virus said...

Black College Football The X-perience: Doug Williams Championship Edition.

Enough said. As an employee of Gamestop, I was feverishly awaiting the backlash of such an absurd football game.

Ok so you want a game exclusively for HBC's; okay I mean shit the Historically Black Colleges should be in. EA's NCAA Football anyway. Whatever, but NO they don't want to stop there. Let's capitalize off the success of Drumline and Nick Cannon (oxymoron: Nick Cannon and success) and actually take control of the bands once its halftime. Exactly what we need, little ass suburban kids inputting commands to make the colored bands do such Calvin Coonage antics such as tap dancing and my personal favorite, shucking and jiving.

Trust me, we got enough real world Minstrelsy to worry about. Let's not have to worry bout the virtual world.

But was there any opposition? I didn't hear any. Was there a vehement uproar? Don't think so. Where was the 'Reverends' at? I don't know you tell me.

Oh well. I watch anime and read manga. Shits real out in Japan. Didn't know they was rapin girls, but hey, who hasn't these days?

In Sigma Chi Goldfish '10 in 2 days

The A2K-10 Virus

khaki la'docker said...

What.the.fuck? I have seen it all. Smh