The "fuck nis america" thread

Discussion in 'Gaming Discussion' started by Minuteworld_92, Jun 2, 2016.

  1. Nin

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    Maybe someday, they'll be desperate enough to decensor their games.

    Nah, they'll probably crash and burn first.
     
  2. Nagato

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    In practice, however, it does always mean there's a PC version on the way; they're just not willing to announce it yet. Same for when more reputable outfits like IFI use the same bs argument.
     
  3. Jigsy

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    Let's for argument sake say the petition works and NISA do release an uncut/uncensored version on Steam.

    How difficult would it be to crowdfund an ESRB rating of it to demonstrate NISA are full of shit when it doesn't get an AO rating?

    Like how that British guy crowdfunded that paint drying rating money to piss off the BBFC.
     
  4. burgerunit

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    It probably wouldnt accomplish anything. NISA would just pretend to be surprised. Their next game with ecchi elements would still be censored because "this one is different guyz"

    It'd just be a waste of everyone's time and money. NISA doesn't deserve that. We already know they suck.
     
  5. Jigsy

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  6. burgerunit

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    Unfortunately there will always be weak willed people willing to take it in the butt for the opportunity to play their Chinese cartoons in English
     
  7. DDD-kun

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    Wouldn't fly.

    1. You'd be setting up an extremely dangerous precedent as I've said before regarding customers and open market. Say for the sake of argument NISA gives permission as the rights holder and we get a second rating secured with the uncut presentation of the game. What that results in, as far as long term is concerned, is letting the rest of the industry know they can duck the ESRB bill for niche and small-market games by directly appealing to the public through crowdfunding. It'd be exploitation city for literally zero gain (aside of MAYBE the companies promising a reward to the backers of the full game at best).

    2. NISA holds the rights to publish Criminal Girls. They could, and would quickly go after anyone that tried this and drag them into court for a defamation case. And I doubt they'd be anywhere near benevolent enough to allow the public a chance to piss all over their distribution timetable at this point.
     
  8. Neppers

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    Another trailer to throw a dislike at. Hopefully this is the last one.
     
  9. burgerunit

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    Like a seagull shitting on people's heads, NISA is back with the trailer for the last character for CG2 (if anyone still cares)



    remember to not be kr3wl in the comments :-(. lol
     
  10. Jigsy

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  11. DDD-kun

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  12. Heavily Augmented

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    Oh, Criminal Girls is coming to the PC? Color me interes-

    Never fucking mind then. Not paying for laziness. Also like the "AO" rating even matters on Steam, pfftttt!
     
  13. DDD-kun

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    Surprised it even crossed your mind, honestly.
     
  14. Minuteworld_92

    Minuteworld_92 Senior Member

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    that would require nisa to stop being disingenuous cum guzzling pussies.
     
  15. grgspunk

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    Commence the downvote bombing runs.
     
  16. burgerunit

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    The Glitter Dick! - Ship A Dick

    You know what you must do.
     
  17. Minuteworld_92

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  18. Nin

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    I find it hilarious that they are still using that excuse while a game that was 18+ in Japan is rated M and for sale on Steam (Gahkthun). Partly because it was softcore porn at most (so no visible genitals), and partly because Mangagamer has been trying to get Steam to push its limits for a long while now. I'm somewhat surprised MG is successful at negotiating with Steam considering how small they are compared to say ... NISA.
     
  19. burgerunit

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    The petition crossed 1500 signatures! With such a huge milestone, NISA will surely make good on their word, right>?



    (Years later)

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    Didn't think so.
     
  20. Narmy

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    The had their chance to make amends with the first Criminal Girls game and they didn't.