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Saw this earlier. Ridiculous over-use of gore and violence....

... but I wish more DS games combined that cutesy look for mini-games with over the top violence. It's just a winning combination. lol.

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I've tried to tell as many people as I could about this game because I think it's absolutely hilarious.

Does it make me want to be vegetarian? No. Is it funny. Sure is, in fact, I wish there was a commercial game that could pull this off, minus nag/info screens about PETA's anti-meat agenda.

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I think they do have a valid point. Unfortunately it just wasn't the one they were trying to make.

If your attempt at roasting a turkey turns out looking anything like that then you should definitely consider going vegetarian.

EDIT: Also, it mentions that turkeys have distinct and varied personalities, and it then goes on to talk about how gross it is to kill an "innocent" turkey.

So presumably if we focused our efforts on the evil, ornery turkeys...

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I'm actually eating three boiled eggs right now (my job made me so damn scrawny so I'm eating like a sumo wrestler now). Those PETA people make some good ripoff games, and I've already played that one pretty far. I just don't like how they go about animal rights. I hate PETA so much. Animal cruelty is bad, but you have to kill in order to live, whether the victim be animal or plant. I wish PETA would learn to understand the basic laws of nature.

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Well, I think many people agree that we have to kill in order to survive, but I think the biggest problem that PETA has with eating meat is the way the animals are treated. If the living conditions and method of killing were more, "humane", I'm sure that PETA would be a much smaller organization. Of course, the living conditions of chicken/turkeys/cows/whatever won't be changing anytime soon since they are businesses, and likewise PETA won't be going anywhere.

Oh yeah, and I enjoyed playing that flash game too :razz:. But seriously, not many people have to do those things to make turkey (like plucking feathers, pulling out innards) since it's already pre-done.

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The tofu games were more interesting than the turkey ones, I wonder if they did that on purpose.

I'm gonna say... "yes".

I'm sure parents would love if their kids played this to educate themselves.

My favorite part was the facts.

"Did you know some places people actually raise turkeys just so people can eat their flesh? It's true!"

EDIT:

Turkeys have unique personalities just like dogs and cats. Some are social and others are loners. People who live with turkeys in animal sanctuaries report that they even have varying tastes in music.

If someone wants a spoiler tag on this. Blow me.

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It's kinda funny that they think milking cows is cruel. Considering years of breeding for dairy cows, it's actually much *more* cruel not to milk the cows, because their udders get swollen and it causes them undue pain.

Considering the current state of livestock, milking cows is actually quite tame and is generally considered *good* for the animal by most reliable sources...

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This game made slicing up turkeys way more fun than it actually is.

And I never knew before that eggs bleed! All mine have are yolks. Maybe I should look for the bloody ones next time.

crazy crazy PETA, I'm all for the ethical treatment of animals but those guys are fucking nuts, Scary nuts. have you heard of ALF?

Part of the problem is that there are already organizations like the ASPCA that actually know what the hell they're doing. So when that's not enough, PETA takes it to the extreme. ALF takes it to the violent extreme. It's almost sad that PETA doesn't realize that they're doing way more harm than good.

That being said, I'll recant everything bad I ever said about PETA if they're willing to provide themselves as substitutes for animal testing. KF

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