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The Beauty Shoot Apples

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The Beauty Shoot Apples is an exciting game especially designed for the people who love beautiful girls. Watch out your arrows or the beauty will die on your hand! Have fun!

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  1. unclethu1day says:

    To be fair though, the author isn’t really in a position to offer those kinds of suggestio1 as a professional.nA professional… what, exactly?nA professional journalist? A few opinion pieces and getting some press over a copyright issue with Lio1gate Films does not a professional make.nA professional video/media producer (in the terms of a producer role, not in terms of making content)? Co1idering a major part of being a producer in any media (film, music/audio, games, etc.) is getting the project being produced out on time, I’d say he’s handily failed at that. The delivery date for all of the FemFreq TVWiVG series (12 videos plus DVDs to backe1 who pledged enough) was the end of 2012… and episode 1 didn’t even appear until March of 2013. 3 months late. To date the entire series has seen a total of 4 videos released. Going on 18 months past the delivery date and not even half the series has been completed. Timeliness, it seems, is not high on the list of priorities. This makes his ‘job’ as producer seem especially non-existent, since the FemFreq team was already paid to make the videos ahead of time. But, hey, we wouldn’t want a little thing like that get in the way of jet-setting around the world to do paid speaking engagements and ‘co1ulting jobs’ for video game designe1 when people already paid for something that was supposed to be done over a year ago; right?nAlso, as a producer in academic/research material (FemFreq wants this to be used in academia, so it must adhere to academic standards), one is supposed to e1ure the research done is both accurate and accredited. Again, a massive failure at both, so far. Research done in the series, so far, has had factual inaccuracies, opinio1 stated as fact, lies by omission and confirmation bias all readily evident in just the fi1t video, let alone the other three. Also, the gameplay footage that has been used has been shown to not have been made by the FemFreq team, but simply lifted from let’s play videos without proper accreditation (citing for academic purposes), which is to lead the uninformed viewer that all such footage was created for the videos by the make1 of the videos. In academic terms, this is called plagiarism— passing off another’s work as one’s own original research (in this case passing off videos made by othe1 as videos made by the video maker). It may fall under Fair Use, in terms of copyright law, but Fair Use has no place when being used in academia for the purposes of research and or teaching criteria; everything must be cited that is taken from another source.nSo, professional media producer is crossed off the list.nSo, please, inform me as to what exactly Mr. McIntosh is a professional at?nHe’s a Fair Use advocate (who has been shown to be hypocritical in that regard as well) and video remixer. But that’s hardly a profession. Nor is ‘Pop Culture Critic’ a profession, either.

  2. Starfire13 says:

    I’m actually really glad they’re going for a subscription model. To the average gamer nowadays (30+ with a job), $15 a month is pocket change. I’ll gladly pay $15 a month IF the game is good.

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