Child Molesting games for Wii and DS!

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  1. PopCulturePooka

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    I see that Playmore has completed its corruption of SNK.
     
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    I am so buying that!!!

    Now, the question is... is Zeta kidding? Is Zeta serious? Why is Zeta talking in the third person?
     
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    This has gotta be a mistake.

    Nintendo would never release that in North America. NEVER.
     
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    I bet they have these games on the PS2 and XBOX in Japan
     
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    Id buy that.... id buy that out of sheer curiosity, japanese culture always portrays the reationship sexual or otherwise as a younger woman and an older man, this reflects that. I have to laugh at the culture shock, for all of you this is appauling, disgraceful, perverse.... for the japanese this is everyday living and as normal to them as us watching football.

    EDIT: Sorry, sorry "all of you" is way to generalized, All of you who look at this as wrong lets say that
     
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    Blurgh, common place in that culture aside, that's still a smide creepy. Right up there with KISS Players
     
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    I lived in Japan for 2 years.

    For the general person there lolicon was looked down upon and thought of as weird and uncomfortable, particularly when the loli was at the younger end.

    It is not everyday living for the Japanese, maybe for the otaku, but they are NOT a popular sub culture in Japan.
     
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    Then everything is ok! Nintendo's otherwise umblemished record is fine because it's not in North America! HOORAY!
     
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    You can argue with me till your blue that "perversion" isnt commonplace in japan and ill never concede my point. I did a project on culture shock in university and that was one of my main points of contrast and there is much that is acceptable in japanese culture even if it is on the fringe of taboo, that would fall in beyond unacceptable in NA.
     
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    hmm. i might get into this gaming fad yet.
     
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    It's slightly more acceptable, but never truly accepted.

    Which is why the various city governments have been making laws in recent years against child/adult sexual hook ups (eg Enjo Kosai).

    There had been various high profile cases in Japan during my time there that turned the average person pretty against loli-cons. Rapes and kidnaps and murders (eg the guy who kidnapped a 7 year old girl and took photos of her corpse with her cell phone, which he then sent to her mother).

    The huge majority of adults I talked too said they didn't trust loliconners or otakus much and though they were sad. My teenage students, mainly female, all said they found it disgusting when old men tried to hit on them.

    At a nearby school school from where I taught, when parents of the young kids classes found out somehow that the Japanese male manager of the school had a computer and home full of lolicon and hentai lolicon paraphanalia there was such a huge drop off in kids attendances and enrolments that he was transferred from the school and the kids program cancelled.

    The Japanese, like any other people, are interested in the welfare of their children, and view those with lolicons or pedo urges as nasty. Generally these people are also viewd as otakus, who are pretty low on the social ladder in Japan anyway. Otaku + lolicon = the bottom of the barrel, useful only too gang kids who mug them outside Akihabara station.
     
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    Blah blah blah blah blah...

    ta‧boo  /təˈbu, tæ-/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[tuh-boo, ta-] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation adjective, noun, plural -boos, verb, -booed, -boo‧ing.
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    If you aren't going to back down from your position, then don't contradict yourself.
     
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    eh? who contradicted themselves i said on the fringe of, as on the edge of, as in barely acceptable and yet it is so. There are plenty of things like that in our culture as well. In no way did i contradict myself. Just because something only occurs in what could be construed as "the seedy underbelly of society" does not mean it doesnt constitute a sub-cultural norm. To clarify i never once said that child pornography was acceptable in japanese culture, im arguing that the lolita image is commonplace.... young woman (not child) older man... its portrayed constantly. It borders on fetish, and id say a fair amount of men from all walks of life find the concept alluring.
     
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    :lol 
     
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    But its not something they'd say in public or to their wives/girlfriends/peers if they wanted to continue their general level of social acceptance.

    Theres alos a good deal of thinking about why some men in Japan are into lolicon, and it has to do with how the Japanese man is percieved in society compared to how women and girls act in modern Japan and about how men haven't yet caught up to where women are in society. Basically young girls are last group left in scoiety that some men percieve they have power over, as they don't have that power in the workplace or at home anymore.
     
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    Definitely, i can definitely see that as well. Your right they definitely wont say that in public or possibly even people close to them. Think about bondage/fetishism/orgies/swingers in our society this is considered largely to be deviant behavior. Look into the subculture though and you will find that these things even in a minor way in a loving couples bedroom are commonplace. The lolita complex, ill coin it for now, is just more prominent in the japanese subculture
     
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    Which means its a bit disturbing that nintendo and SNK are going down this path.
     
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    Well it will appeal to that subculture, it definitely intrigues me but it would never make it to american/canadian soil. You can show mass slaughter of mankind, you can have language that would bring a tear to the popes eye, you can have all sorts of violence and mayhem, torture, gang violence, race wars, hate crimes, violence towards women.... but show a little nudity, sexuality, and people go OFF. SNK is just going where the cash is, they know that the game will appeal to a wide variety of men, and i imagine to some extent women. Im almost willing to bet a full third of the people who viewed this post have at least considered if they would purchase a game like that if they had the chance.
     
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    If it involved only adult women I might get it if it was on discount for a quick laugh.

    but the whole loli stuff doesn't sit right, cartoon or not.
     

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