Gamer Plays First Amendment Card in Presidential Debate Video

August 9, 2007 -

Andrew, a gamer from Florida, compares the free speech protections aforded books and movies to present-day efforts to legislate video games:

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Nice, good visual aid as well. Artistic Expression and first amendment card. One of my favorites. I also like the fact that the audio is clear and easily understood. I don't know how I overlooked this video, this is the first time I watched it. Excellent.

Good job, Andrew.

Yes, this is the best one I've seen so far.

Best video I've seen yet. Short, to the point, informative.

I like it.

Great video. I like how the book was Fahrenheit 451 which is about the censorship of books where they are illegal to read and burned if found along with the owners property. If you haven't read it READ IT, it's more relevant today then it ever was.

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yeah nice.

The book is a great example.
Not so sure about the matrix.. uh..

Holding up something like 'The Manchurian Candidate' might have a better impact, or relate to them more.
Dr. Strangelove or The Godfather also might have made better examples, you know controversial movies that are now considered art.

Good one anyway!

Boom. Nailed this one hard.

Used psyhical books and movies as a reference instead of talking about it. Score!

In my eyes, that would be the most effective argument, as not only did he use examples, but e's practically hit a subject right in the head which is that Games can be less violent than movies but get a higher rating.

Didn't GP report some NewYork times guy playing man Hunt 2 and saying he supported it's AO rating despite it being less violent than Saw 3 or Hostel 2 which he supported those ratings?

If it wasn't for the fact my video would seem pointless (due to being outside the US) I would post a video to try help so I can [play the games I want to.

Good job pointing out Freedom of Speech. This would be a really good one to ask the politicians. It'll force everyone to realize just what is at stake.
 
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Big PermIn the end, I can respect it being their tournament with their rules.08/03/2015 - 3:58pm
Andrew EisenHell, I don't like a lot of character designs/costumes but I don't believe I've ever actually been upset by one.08/03/2015 - 3:58pm
Andrew EisenMatthew - There are always people upset with every character design in existence. So? You can't please everyone.08/03/2015 - 3:57pm
Andrew EisenI think it was more an attempt for everyone else to take it seriously. Either way, it was just a suggested option for tournament organizers.08/03/2015 - 3:56pm
Big PermI can't imagine a DoA tournament existed beforehand to showcase the boob physics. I'd think it was already taken seriously by the people who play it08/03/2015 - 3:55pm
Andrew EisenYeah, I remember the "let's suggest an optional restrict certain outfits from Dead or Alive tournament play to encourage people to take the game seriously and focus on the gameplay." That should have nothing to do with DOAX3 localization decisions though.08/03/2015 - 3:54pm
Big PermProbably just twitter drama then. I don't remember game sites being surprised DoA had bouncing boobs08/03/2015 - 3:53pm
Matthew Wilsonin any case people who want it can just import it, unlike Nintendo, the ps4 isnt region locked08/03/2015 - 3:53pm
Matthew Wilsonthe costumes stuff I am ok with. its their tourament, but people were getting upset by the disgin of the characters08/03/2015 - 3:51pm
Matthew Wilsonthat was a difrent more recent one.08/03/2015 - 3:49pm
benohawkI don't remember the exact game and tourney, but Matt and Perm are right that they tried to ban dome female costumes from a tournament a few months ago08/03/2015 - 3:49pm
Big PermLink to community forums that have tournament rules http://www.freestepdodge.com/threads/fsd-doa-tournament-standard-rules.156/08/03/2015 - 3:48pm
Matthew WilsonI belive it was dead or alive08/03/2015 - 3:48pm
Andrew EisenWho was getting upset by how the females looked in what?08/03/2015 - 3:46pm
Matthew WilsonIt may have been a difrent fighting game, but it did happen.08/03/2015 - 3:46pm
Matthew Wilsonpeople were getting upset by how some of the females looked.08/03/2015 - 3:45pm
 

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