Watch out for those icons, and small kids.
- Clover Hearts (PS2-jp, Such sweet faces.)
This is not a post on character goods. Seriously.
I was doing my part ridding the bargain bin of my favorite character
goods store, Gamers, when I chanced
Hearts for the PS2. The PC version of this game is one of those
PC ecchi games transferred to the PS2 for the masses. You know.
This came with a special telephone card. (I swear this post is not
about character goods!!!!)
So I check the back and it had these icons on it: (Gimp'd for your benefit with my weak gimp skillz.)
What!?!? This is my first time to see the CERO icons, even though
this game has been out for 5 months now. I was shocked. Hearts coupled
with a fist raised holding a knife.
According to the CERO
Ratings web page, that symbol that I've circled is none other than
the "violence" (\Í) rating. But as an icon it's pretty graphic. They
have a seperate icon with a gun, and that's for "crime". The heart icon
is of course "romance", which is different from the "sexual" icon. All
I have to say is, Oh My. Now I have to expect these cute characters
will be knife-wielding, back-stabbing crazy maniacs. Oh My.
On a unrelated tip, the right DVD is the "Attack Gran Turismo
Special Video" (SLBM-2).
It was probably released when GT 2001 Tokyo came out. 137
Minutes for deep discount 1000 yen. Heck I'm in a driving mood. I need
more skills so I can beat that under 5 kid
who beat a Gran Turismo 4 trial run (thanks Kotaku,