DS #3953: Astrology (Europe)

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Jul 5, 2009

DS #3953: Astrology (Europe) by Chanser at 5:00 PM (4,208 Views / 0 Likes) 29 replies

  1. Chanser
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  2. ZenZero

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    err... so whats this like?
     
  3. GustavoBacci

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    Maybe it's a astrology guide... MAYBE...

    Might be getting it though...
     
  4. ZPE

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    Not to be confused with the vastly superior field of study, Astronomy.
     
  5. Kreatur84

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    anybody have some screens?
     
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    But dude, astronomy doesn't promise me lotto winnings, hot tail, social acceptance and fortune tellers with Caribbean accents.

    Astrology does. [​IMG]
     
  7. pedroion

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    Now THAT's a reason to download this game and tell us what it's about. [​IMG]
     
  8. Maz7006

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    It's a 'fun education game'

    i.e. general crap.
     
  9. azoreseuropa

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    It's not good. If you believe in God then according to the bible. The scriptures in which the Lord gives us his Word about astrology, spiritualism, witchcraft and other black arts. We are often prone to think of astrology and spirit mediums as harmless superstition, but that is not how the Lord feels about it. A false prophet teaching false doctrine leads us away from the name of God and is hence evil and therefore dangerous.
     
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    So...if I play this, my DS killed Jesus?
     
  11. Maktub

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    Sure. The Bible says so. I am not a studious of the bible but... I recall something about "Thou shallt not hallow ye shovelwareth". Gen., or something.
     
  12. Blue Zoidberg

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    [​IMG] oh, you were serious... weren't you? [​IMG]
    the christian bible is filled with 'positive' astrological references and astrology using figures (here 'positive' simply means 'non-christian evil')
    everyone from job to luke to jesus and god himself used astrology and/or spoke of astrological events.

    PS "if you believe in God then according to the bible..." is very, very shortsighted, especially on a website with such a verbose international community.

    in the words of Ignignokt, "you must check yourself, forst you wreck yourself."
     
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    On the next episode of "When Good Threads Go Bad".....

    This is a release post. Let's not turn it into a theological debate. They always end badly.

    (P.S....Any screens yet?)
     
  14. Blue Zoidberg

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    Back on topic, the game is more or less a collection of crappy shovelware games and a generic list of horoscope info including daily, weekly, and yearly advice, dog and cat horoscope, biorhythm, and advice in the fields of love, work, and health.
    Small enough to keep on your cart forever, boring enough to forget it's there
     
  15. geminisama

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    Leave your preaching off of this GAMING forum, please.

    About the game, I won't be getting it, but I appreciate the release groups dumping this, as usual.
     
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    This thread became very interesting starting with the religious post.

    Very good. Very good indeed.
     
  17. falcon64z8

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    Has anyone tried this game out yet or is it even a game? And whats up with the religion crap, was that necessary...
     
  18. Just Joe

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    A theological debate in this thread is THE only thing linked to this "game" that will be remotely interesting, because talking about this "game" directly certainly won't. Personally, I'll only believe in God if he lets kittens into heaven. I don't care which one does it first, but as soon as I get written confirmation I'm converting.

    But in all seriousness, this is poor. I actually think that this is no better than the Russell Grant one that came out a while ago, and that was dire. Maybe these guys think that there is a market for this type of software on the DS and they're about to cash in big time... but I can't see this having the same type of momentum that Imagine games seem to have in the market.
     
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    i loled to death

    agree

    btw, ned flanders banned this game
     
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    [​IMG]
     

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