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40oz
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28 August 2008 21:20 (UK time)

:D:D:D



Happy 16th Birthday Buddy!
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arezey

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28 August 2008 21:21 (UK time)

Haha, thanks

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ParaSait

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28 August 2008 21:41 (UK time)

*Eats the whole birthday pie while everyone is distracted*

Burp... Happy Burpday... Um I mean Birthday :D :D


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Canuck

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29 August 2008 02:18 (UK time)

Happy birthday

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arezey

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29 August 2008 06:49 (UK time)

Thank you guys (^^,)

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DarkRain

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29 August 2008 07:28 (UK time)

Happy Birthday, Aleksanteri! ;)
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Spy

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29 August 2008 08:47 (UK time)

Happy Birthday!! :)
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29 August 2008 11:29 (UK time)

Happy Birthday! Don't forget to floss
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"Can't you just fix-"
NO! I told you when you bought this, when it goes wrong I can't fix it. It's filled with glue. The Greek goddess of glue Araldities herself would be impressed with this.

Please stop asking me for technical support during your dreams. Can't we just tour some surreal landscapes instead?

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Count your fingers. Keep trying. Make sure there's ten.

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If you can see this message then you're already part of the way there. Keep all your styles disabled and you might see the dream within.

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Ssh. Don't worry about that. Behind those frameworks there's another person sleeping.

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arezey

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29 August 2008 13:41 (UK time)

Thanks again :) (gee I keep making spam posts, this is like identical to my two previous ones ~X()

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29 August 2008 14:27 (UK time)

You can find mine in another topic :p:choc
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ParaSait

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29 August 2008 23:17 (UK time)

It's gonna be my 16th B-Day in November. Gee, I'm looking out for this. Imagine: Then I can "Officially" play 16+ games. Not that it would make that much difference with now, but still (^^,)


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Edited: 29 August 2008 23:18


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Canuck

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30 August 2008 04:30 (UK time)

Mrazerty wrote:
Then I can "Officially" play 16+ games.


16+? I've never heard of a '16+' rating, only 13+ and 18+ (which I still play, even though I'm only...uhhhhhhhh...17).

Edited: 30 August 2008 04:32


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DarkRain

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30 August 2008 06:56 (UK time)

Mrazerty wrote:
It's gonna be my 16th B-Day in November. Gee, I'm looking out for this. Imagine: Then I can "Officially" play 16+ games. Not that it would make that much difference with now, but still (^^,)


My Birthday is going to be sooner. ;)
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Edited: 30 August 2008 06:57


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ParaSait

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30 August 2008 18:07 (UK time)

@Canuck

Modern games only have 18+ ratings, because now the higher the rating, the better it sells =)
But I have some old PS1 games in a closet that have 16+ and even the more rare 15+ ratings =)


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Canuck

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30 August 2008 19:44 (UK time)

Aha. It's all about the money then.

Actually, come to think of it, I made a mistake up there. The ratings around here are 13+ and 17+, not 18. And I believe there's a 20+ rating too, but as far as I know no game has ever recieved it.:)

Edited: 30 August 2008 19:46


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James Bunting
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30 August 2008 20:10 (UK time)

Happy Birthday (2 days ago ahem).

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arezey

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30 August 2008 20:31 (UK time)

Thankie

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31 August 2008 02:41 (UK time)

Canuck wrote:
And I believe there's a 20+ rating too, but as far as I know no game has ever recieved it.:)


You'd actually be very surprised. I don't know if they use ESRB ratings where you live, but here in the US, there are plenty of games that received age 20+ ratings. (A recent and more controversial one being Grand Theft Auto San Andreas)

http://www.esrb.org/ratings/search.jsp

Just go to the left and go to Search by Rating, and click on 'Adults Only'. I think 99% of these games are not sold in regular retail stores though, You probably have to go out of your way to find them. I wouldn't bother wasting my money on such rubbish though, even if you are looking for a good time.

Edit: another interesting fact, According to ESRB via seraching, the ratio between 'Teen', and 'Everyone' rated games to 'Mature 17+' games is almost exactly the same. It seems like you don't even have a choice, if you are picking a game at random, there's a 50/50 chance you will pick a game that you need to be 17 years or older to play it.
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Canuck

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31 August 2008 03:54 (UK time)

Yeah, the use ESRB here too. Although you're right, I've never seen AO rated games in stores, and I agree, most of it is rubbish if you're looking for entertainment. M2 would probably get a T rating if it was reviewed by these people, and it's an awesome game.:)

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DarkRain

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31 August 2008 16:05 (UK time)

Canuck wrote:
Yeah, the use ESRB here too. Although you're right, I've never seen AO rated games in stores, and I agree, most of it is rubbish if you're looking for entertainment. M2 would probably get a T rating if it was reviewed by these people, and it's an awesome game.:)


I don't care what the ratings of Meteor 1 & 2 are. The are both great games.
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ParaSait

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01 September 2008 17:40 (UK time)

Dark Rain wrote:
[quote=Canuck]Yeah, the use ESRB here too. Although you're right, I've never seen AO rated games in stores, and I agree, most of it is rubbish if you're looking for entertainment. M2 would probably get a T rating if it was reviewed by these people, and it's an awesome game.:)


I don't care what the ratings of Meteor 1 & 2 are. The are both great games.[/quote]

I dunno if M1 or 2 would receive a high ESRB rating. Almost no blood, it's not scary, it's got "cute" graphics... at least not the regular games. Because I'd think different about for example Mankind and R... oh sorry XD


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Janne

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22 September 2008 20:18 (UK time)

Hyvää syntymäpäivää! (Sori vähä myöhäsee onnittelen...) Sorry did must say it in finnish.

Edited: 22 September 2008 20:19


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arezey

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24 September 2008 11:10 (UK time)

Heh, kiitti ;)

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