On Fri, Jul 14, 2000 at 02:02:53PM +0100, Burke, Gary : GIG IS&T wrote:
> It was mentioned on ./ that this was rated as 18 cert in the US. Most
> likely will be here too.
funny, i thought it was rated that was canada. and how do things
like that get enforced when joe hoser can just go to a shop in the states
and order it there?
and how many titles has loki ported to linux? i played civ and it
was fine but i would like to see games that didn't have to hog the
entire screen. some sort of small screen space game that you could play
when you needed a distraction.
 you know that big snowy bit north of the states.
 how can they rate a video game as over 18 only when kids can see
ice hockey live?
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fork()'ed on 37058400 linux can't fix." -- va linux t-shirt
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