3 months ago #1
Last weekend I picked up a copy of Indiana: Jones' Greatest Adventures" for my son Roger. Most of these nintendos are much too violent, so I was glad to see something educational on the Toys R Us shelf.

Roger was so excited to play his new game, but when I checked in on him I was shocked. This nintendo totally misrepresents the state of Indiana! They seem to be focusing on the state's history, but they keep showing Mayan temples and jungles! I don't know if this Jones guy is some kind of educational video host or something, but somebody should tell him that they're putting his face on this misinformed trash.

I always knew these ataris were garbage.

I tried to find this Jones guy's contact information to complain but all I found was this gang of grown ass dorks talking about their game toys:
http://shoutengine.com/SuperNintendoExplorationSquad/episode-31-indiana-jones-greatest-adventures-67977

Well, if you'll excuse me, it's "Wine O' Clock!" Ha ha ha. I try to set a good example for Roger but it's ok, I tell him it's grape juice.
"These violent delights will have violent ends." - Karl Marx

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3 months ago
Last weekend I picked up a copy of Indiana: Jones' Greatest Adventures" for my son Roger. Most of these nintendos are much too violent, so I was glad to see something educational on the Toys R Us shelf.

Roger was so excited to play his new game, but when I checked in on him I was shocked. This nintendo totally misrepresents the state of Indiana! They seem to be focusing on the state's history, but they keep showing Mayan temples and jungles! I don't know if this Jones guy is some kind of educational video host or something, but somebody should tell him that they're putting his face on this misinformed trash.

I always knew these ataris were garbage.

I tried to find this Jones guy's contact information to complain but all I found was this gang of grown ass men talking about their game toys:
http://shoutengine.com/SuperNintendoExplorationSquad/episode-31-indiana-jones-greatest-adventures-67977
3 months ago
Last weekend I picked up a copy of Indiana: Jones' Greatest Adventures" for my son Roger. Most of these nintendos are much too violent, so I was glad to see something educational on the Toys R Us shelf.

Roger was so excited to play his new game, but when I checked in on him I was shocked. This nintendo totally misrepresents the state of Indiana! They seem to be focusing on the state's history, but they keep showing Mayan temples and jungles! I don't know if this Jones guy is some kind of educational video host or something, but somebody should tell him that they're putting his face on this misinformed trash.

I always knew these ataris were garbage.

I tried to find this Jones guy's contact information to complain but all I found was this gang of grown ass dorks talking about their game toys:
http://shoutengine.com/SuperNintendoExplorationSquad/episode-31-indiana-jones-greatest-adventures-67977