Neoseeker : News : Award-winning charity game goes retail
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x_revenge Mar 21, 08
well good luck to them...
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mercenary_sora Mar 22, 08
What a shitty-looking game. They could've made something better instead of a game with SNES-graphics. Something that people would actually buy.
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x_revenge Mar 23, 08
people won't buy this game for graphics or the gameplay, they will because they want to help others
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chautemoc Mar 23, 08
Well, I kind of disagree. I mean, if they just wanted to help, they could donate, right? I don't think it's supposed to be anything fancy..younger kids really don't need or necessarily want anything sophisticated (graphically and in terms of gameplay). Essentially, the game is 10 bucks, with the other 10 serving as a donation. 10 bucks, man. It ain't gonna look like Bioshock.
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x_revenge Mar 24, 08
chautemoc

i agree with you but actually people are waiting for something like this,not many go open-handed to donate to unicef, doctors without borders or whatever, but they will (okay not all of them but you get what i mean) buy a product which it's company says that "part of the income goes to [insert humanitarian organisation here]"
it's this way, why?
i believe it's because of our age's bad habit, people have to see something on tv or on the internet to learn it...and it's because of our over consuming too...
some also might think "why should i donate when i can buy [insert product here] and also give money, i donate, and get a [insert the freaking' product already] too so i kill two birds with one stone"
in any case, the bottom line is that this is a good cause (partly) and of course, it costs this low so it's like "you get what you pay for"
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chautemoc Mar 24, 08
I agree with you entirely, actually. Good to know I got some debate going.
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