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Crysis Carrier and Gay Porn

Posted on Thursday, September 27 @ 21:46:45 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
I spent the day today with EA on an aircraft carrier, playing Crysis. Plus, Jack Thompson finally makes it back into the Manifesto.

Exploring the U.S.S. Hornet was a blast - we had pretty much free reign, and those carriers are huge.

Crysis was definitely fun as well. We were playing on the WinXP DirectX 9 version, but it still looked great. It should be even better on Vista.

We played some single player on a huge dynamic map of jungle and water terrain that let you complete objectives in whatever order you pleased. The enemy A.I. seemed up to the task too, taking cover, trying to flank me, generally acting smart.

Then we got to play a bunch of multiplayer on two maps, the first in an urban, industrial environment, and the second, of course, on an aircraft carrier. The long-awaited Crysis is shaping up to be a winner.

Finally, I try to keep anti-video game attorney Jack Thompson mostly off of GR. Publicity only seems to fuel his nearly constant antics, but this time it was just too good, and I think our friend Jack is in some real trouble.

You see, he sent the Judge overseeing his case some hardcore gay porn. You read that right.

The Florida Bar is in a legal battle with Thompson, accusing him of misconduct, Thompson, has of course, sued them back. In his latest filing with the court, Thompson included "several graphic images of oral and genital sex between adult males", as part of a tirade accusing the bar of colluding with defense attorney Norm Kent, who also publishes the National Gay News website.

Of course, the pictures weren't from that website, which isn't pornographic, they were from other gay websites. If you want more, GamePolitics, as usual, has the scoop.

Naturally, I'm sure that Jack was cruising the internet looking at gay porn websites purely for research purposes. He obviously only looks at gay porn to protect children.



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