Talk:Mad Max (VG)

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Never thought i see a NES game on this site! But would this page be allowed, due to the fact NES graphics kinda doesn't show what the guns look like User:SeanWolf

Even if the graphics were good enough, it's just one poorly defined shotgun and dynamite, which was ruled not a firearm. --funkychinaman 22:22, 20 January 2011 (UTC)
It's not poorly defined shotgun. It's Mad Max shotgun. Kinda cult thing. And I hope my article will be at least one exception of NES videogame being on this site... And I wanted to ask - since when they don't count dynamite and other stuff firearms? --Kloga 00:18, 21 January 2011 (UTC)
There was a long debate about it on one of the discussions or in the forum, I don't remember which. You'll notice that dynamite no longer has its own page here. --funkychinaman 00:49, 21 January 2011 (UTC)
OK, I even understand removing Molotv Cocktail, but Hockey Puck Grenade and Dynamite?.. You're kidding or what? What are they if not specially designed weapons similar to firearms?.. --Kloga 09:27, 21 January 2011 (UTC)
You don't see soldiers or cops carrying sticks of dynamite on their belts. It's primary use is industrial nowadays. And I think the hockey puck grenade was determined to be a gadget, with no basis in reality. --funkychinaman 12:47, 21 January 2011 (UTC)
And i don't see them carriying M134 Minigun on their belts neither, but it's on website. :) If seriously - many firearms don't used by army and ploice, but they're definently used as a firearms, mostly illegal. It think dynamite is one of them. You know, even Olympic 6 Blank Firing Revolver can be redone as a real firearm. --Kloga 16:07, 21 January 2011 (UTC)
If you feel that passionately about it, take it up with a mod. I'm just passing on info. --funkychinaman 16:35, 21 January 2011 (UTC)



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