Video Game Perversion


Custer's RevengeI’ve been doing some research into the video game phenomenon, trying to find a redeeming feature, a good video game that justifies the existence of the gaming industry. But the more I look into these games, the more I realize that the entire industry is destructive by design. It’s like trying to justify cyanide pills shaped into cartoon characters. How much cyanade is appropriate? Well, none obviously. Same goes for these games.

I’ve gotten a lot of good feedback from concerned parents regarding my article over at B4B exposing the Nintendo DS (with it’s pedochat feature) and the Playstation Pornable. Many parents expressed shock over this and begged me to recommend games that would be suitable for their children. But the more I look, the more I realize that the only game I can recommend is “none.”

Custer’s RevengeHere’s a game I recently discovered that sounded like it might be useful for children to learn about history. Boy was I wrong. It’s called “Custer’s Revenge.” And it turns out the alternate name is “Westward Ho.” Ho as it turns out is the black community’s name for “prostitute.”

Custer’s RevengeAnd it also turns out that this game isn’t historical at all. The player attempts to dodge arrows to get over to an Indian girl tied to a cactus so that he can rape her! The player himself is naked sporting a rather large erection. And this rape simulator is considered a “game!”

Sadly this is all too typical of video games. The games feature violent and sexual content unsuitable for children. In fact, these games are unsuitable for anyone of any age. If you’re looking for a good Christmas gift this season, throw out those trashy video game consoles and buy your child a good Christian toy. You’ll be glad you did. And your child will be delighted that you cared enough to do the right thing.

It’s also a good gift for yourself. Once these destructive games are gone, you’ll have a happy home once again.

Anime Gun GirlUpdate: While you’re at it, you should also check out my investigation into Japanese cartoons also called Japanimation, anime or hentai. This is something else kids enjoy that is totally inappropriate. It will surprise and shock you that Anime Encourages Murder. It surprised even me. Many parents thanked me for this article. Many had no idea.

— Psycheout


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23 Responses to “Video Game Perversion”

  1. Early Christmas Alert: Nintendo DS « Blogs 4 Brownback Says:

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  2. Halol Says:

    After reading your blog, I thought it prudent to inform you that “Custer’s Revenge” is an ancient, archaic game, created for (I believe) the Atari. People don’t often play Atari these days, I’m afraid to say.

    Not all games are violent, sexual, mindless perversion simulators. In fact, had you investigated a little further, I believe you might have found the fact that there are more “E”-rated games (the equivalent of the MPAA’s “G” rating) than “M”-rated titles (analogous to “R”-rated films) by a fairly large margin.

    To call for such strict avoidance of an entire medium based on one unfortunate title is preposterous. Should we ban books because some of them happen to have perverse content? In fact, I’ve read far more graphic scenes in school-recommended novels than in the majority of games I’ve played.

    Some games are inappropriate for children. But so are some books, some CDs, some films, etc, etc, etc. Should we avoid all forms of entertainment because somewhere, off in a dark corner, there are bad titles? No, of course not.

    Dear sir or madam, do yourself justice and actually look at the broad spectrum of games available today, not just a single game from fifteen years ago that the industry itself frowns upon. There are games like Mario, Viva Pinata, and Backyard Baseball that are wholly suitable for children, and there is an entire slew of child-friendly titles crowding store shelves. Instead of going the cravenly route and suggesting that people “throw out” their game consoles and avoid video games altogether, why not go for the braver, more sane path of education? People simply need to learn more about games—as, I think, do you.

  3. rammfan518 Says:

    If you thought that ”Custer’s Revenge” was going to teach kids about history. . .than. . .wow. I hope this is article is a joke. But not all bad games are bad for conservatives, they have games where you kill tons of people. That’s what you guys like, right?

  4. jgrab1 Says:

    This just proves to me, as if I needed proof in the first place, that conservatives are nut-jobs.

  5. Maniac3 Says:

    Do yourself a favor and jump off the tallest building in the area.

  6. Nintendo DS Followup « Blogs 4 Brownback Says:

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  7. mike fjeldal Says:

    Hey, that’s an Asahina-san gif! I love that time traveler! You kinda took that picture out of context, that’s a toy gun they were using for a student movie.

  8. Terry Black Says:

    Dude I’ve never seen so much poo drop out somebody’s mouth at once, you deserve an academy award turd man.

  9. Nando Says:

    Thank God Brownback doesn’t actually have a chance of winning the election (let alone the nomination) If someone with a fanbase like this got voted into office, I swear I would just throw a dart at a world map and move whereever it hit.

  10. Bob Says:

    Let’s ban EVERYTHING because ANYTHING can be inappropriate! Even though only 2% of it is inappropriate!

  11. WianaotBrriarNod Says:

    Can I ask, DID you really look at EVERYTHING? DID you read about the Brain Age series that Dr. Ryuta Kawashima, a neuroscientist, helped create and which has been proven to help improve the brain’s functions and reaction time? DID you read about Flash Focus, a vision improving game that Hisao Ishigaki, a professor in the field of sports medicine who specializes in vision research? DID you read about Math Play, while its reception to the public was not good, has been used by little kids as a fun alternative to learning math?

    I don’t think so. To me, it seems that you are digging a deep whole to learn about video games, but the farther you go down, the more dark you see as the light disappears. Well, STOP LOOKING AT THE DARK SIDE OF GAMES. The good, enjoyable, and fun-to-play side of video games heavily outweighs the bad of games. There are party games where people will play for hours with other people (not online, but in real life) and have fun laughing. There are simulation games where you control the fate of people and/or take care of puppies. There are even games where the DS turns into a recipe book. The DS even turns into a dictionary, thanks to the game Touch Dic (please excuse the sexual innuendo), and a Japanese-to-English and vice-versa translator, due to games like Kanji Sonomama Rakubiki Jiten.

    So there is a whole spectrum of video games out there. You have only learned to experience the dark side of it. So please, instead of just looking at what is bad about games, can’t you also look at what there is good about games?

    Thank you for listening!!!

  12. Mass[turbation] Effect « Blogs 4 Brownback Says:

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  13. Brome Teks Says:

    Come to think of it, I doubt even ten Video games rated Adults Only have come into existance, mean while there is a much larger stck of more violent, explicit and pornographic videos and even still images. Should we avoid and spit upon all videos and pictures then?

  14. Wolffen Says:

    You used an old example for a broad syllogism. You use no valuable evidence, and your arguement is, well, mentally handicapped. Just saying ‘heres a sexual video game, meaning its bad!!1’ is not very convincing. You might have a had a point. Emphasis on ‘might’.

  15. Zero Says:

    This is why he doesn’t have a chance at winning the election for stupid shit like this

  16. Rebbekha Says:

    Bashing popular media just to get people to read your blog is bad form, dearheart.

    Had you shown the slightest evidence of having done any research whatsoever, I might be inclined to be charitable. As it is, all I can do is stand back and shake my head.

    You want child-friendly video games? How about MySims? The player builds houses, puts together furniture, and improves hand-eye coordination and memory skills.

    And how about Tetris? Or do you see crude symbolism and Pagan influence in the shapes of the Tetris blocks?

    As for your unsupported diatribe about anime… anyone who thinks the terms ‘anime’ and ‘hentai’ are analogous has quite obviously never watched anime. I’d suggest taking a gander at a few anime classics, such as My Neighbor Totoro, a light-hearted Miyazaki film for children. Perhaps even Grave of the Fireflies will change your mind- it illustrates the horrors of war and poverty quite admirably, with no content that could objectively be considered perverse.

    Next time, I’d suggest research. It’ll help your cause greatly.

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  21. Johnny Law Says:

    I notice from the so-called expose, that the only things mentioned were a few bad points. Yet correct me if I’m wrong, but there are a great many good and helpful things about video games. Yes they contain a share of violence on some, however that is what the rating system is for. If parents don’t want their children to see blood, gut, and sexual nature then perhaps they should take a more active role in their kids life. That is all I wanted to say, thank you.

  22. Fogrum Says:

    The fact that you have a blog themed “Keeping conservatism alive in the 21st century and beyond” just proves how outdated that school of thought is.

    Fun historical fact: It was “good Christians” that raped and murdered Native Americans in the 18th and 19th century.

  23. Eli Says:

    I really love this article. Because when I read it, I pretend Jack Thompson is read it out loud. It’s hysterical. You have no idea how funny this really is. The use of Custers Revenge as some poster game for rape simulation video games is epic. I lol’d so hard at this.

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