Close Up: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Sound Sensor Lights (Alert & Caution)

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In February of 2015, Taito announced a new line of Metal Gear solid V: The Phantom Pain merchandise, licensed by Konami. These are claw crane or UFO prizes, meaning they can be obtained by winning them in a claw crane game. In this article we’ll take a look at the two motion sensor lights.

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The items carry the Metal Gear Solid V license and bear the logo on the box. On the front is a picture of the item and an artwork of Venom Snake. On the back you can see the situation in the game when the famous logo will pop-up: an enemy soldier noticing a moving box for the question and a soldier seeing Snake himself for the exclamation mark.

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The lights use three AAA batteries each, which have to be inserted into the pedestal using a screw driver. The pedestals have a sensor in the front, the Metal Gear Solid logo and the speaker on the back, and the battery slot and Konami license on the bottom.

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The plastic containing the exclamation and question mark print are packaged in bubble wrap and have to be inserted into the pedestal before use. The are printed on transparent plastic, with the aim of creating the illusion that they are floating in the air.

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The lights are equipped with a motion sensor, so when someone walks by they will detect this, and the light will pop on while an accompanying sound erupts from the speaker. During their performance the intensity of the light changes in correspondence with the sound.

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Both items are capable of performing three or four different reactions that play at random, with several different sounds in the background – such as guards yelling, sirens blaring and stuff falling over. Of course, since these items are meant for the Japanese market all voice overs are in Japanese.

The sensors work very well and perhaps even too well, because they are extremely sensitive. Any slight movement from the other side of the room will cause them to activate. On top of that, they are also very loud, especially the exclamation mark, with yelling and sirens going off at the same time. In short, it’s not something you want to have switched on the whole time. Thankfully, the lights come with a much needed on / off switch, and they still look nice even if switched off.

Because they are illuminated from the bottom, both the exclamation and the question mark aren’t exactly equally lit over their entire surface: the light is brightest at the bottom and gradually become darker near the top. Furthermore, because of this method of lighting, half of the question mark’s curve is darker than the other half (the exclamation mark doesn’t suffer from this problem because it doesn’t have a curve and goes up in a straight line).

Another slight problem is that the transparent plastic the marks are printed on collect dust and fingerprints easily, and they become very visible when the light shines through. On a more positive note, the light is considerably bright, making the two marks easily visible in the dark. Despite the small speaker the sound is fairly loud as well, and surprisingly clear.

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All in all, these are fun little collector’s items for Metal Gear fans, as the question and exclamation mark are some of the most famous icons of the series, and the idea of having them react to movement is fitting considering their function in the games. The only difficulty is that they’re only meant to be obtained through the claw game. This makes it hard to find them, or just expensive. Still, they are pretty funny, and for the Metal Gear fan who likes nonsense gadgets they can be a nice addition to the collection.

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  • Gatsu

    These are pretty great xD. Thanks for sharing the video clip :).

  • Full Options

    Cool stuff, you leave in Metal Gear land !

    !

  • I got the question mark cheap, missing out on the exclamation mark.

    Didn’t even realise it had multiple phrases though lol, I haven’t tried it past the first few times, it’s way too loud.

  • MrVux007

    *Off-topic*

    Have you guys seen this?Its really amazing how game motion capture works!

    and here is the new scene with Sully(without motion capture footage) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAbnBOeKXdg

    • FoxTamerMGO

      Uncharted is one of my most favourite franchises.. They’re doing it better than Tomb Raider in every way. I love the mystery behind the treasures in each part ;’D El Dorado, Shambala, Iram of the pillars <3

      • MrVux007

        Still Tomb Raider games are good tho…but i agree,nothing gives me a more “Indiana Jones” vibe then Uncharted series,this making it more favorable franchise in the genre…

        • exactly!!! this is what i think everytime i play any uncharted game, this is the closest there has been to Indy on a game on how you feel while playing, probably the main reason why i like Uncharted games so much

    • Janeo

      Sully would have to be the best character in the uncharted series, a lot of people say uncharted 2 is the best but ever since I played 3 it’s been my favourite and one of the reasons is because they explore the relationship between drake and sully and it’s just better to have sully around, I think naughty dog realise that now too. Hopefully Troy bakers character doesn’t take away from drake and sullys relationship which so far it doesn’t look like it will, though Sam does seem like a guy that will betray you at some point but that’s also what I thought about sully in the first game so will just have to see what happens.

      • MrVux007

        Sully is on of the most badass characters ive ever seen…
        Uncharted 3 is also my favorite,even tho i look at the whole series as one briliant game…

        • Janeo

          They are all really great games, the gameplay is always fun and I love the scripted events, the humour is always so perfect and the games tell good stories about the characters and the treasures. I know the last of us is a different type of game but since they are made by the same people I can’t help comparing and the last of us just isn’t even close to uncharted

  • VenomSnake123

    So I was wondering how many nukes you guys have stolen and dismantled? I’m at 4 right now. We’ll get that ending…

    • MrVux007

      Im cheering for you guys!

    • Raven_Sorrow

      19. Btw every 10th one tou ger 30k heroism. Today i stole the 20th but the servers are sh*t today and i got a infinite loading screen that corrupted my save file… Luckily ps+ saves backups online and I didn’t lose my *too-many-hours-to-disclose invested on this game, soo I just lost that nuke. But I have to confess that I shed some not so manly tears when I thought I lost my save file…

    • Will__

      I disarmed 25 already in PS4, but it’s pretty difficult because a lot of people making new ones. I think there are people creating new account just to make nukes and difficult to liberate the event.

      • VenomSnake123

        I had a lot of trouble invading someone with a nuke since everybody is trying to invade them. For some reason it wasn’t that much today and I could steal 4 of them today.

    • I got 122 on PC but it’s not really a big dent due to all the cheaters.

    • Aleezy

      I built two 🙂

  • FoxTamerMGO

    🙁 Too bad I can’t lay my hands on them

  • Full Options

    😉

    • A Hideo Kojima Light.

      • Full Options

        Can not find better words. 😉

  • ThreeMadFrogs

    Box has MGSV style font. Actual product has classic MGS font…

  • Mr. Sir Shpee

    Offtopic:

    Square Enix says FFVII Remake will be “episodic”. How is that ever going to work? I was under the impression that FFVII had an open world. http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2015/12/06/final-fantasy-vii-remake-is-going-to-be-episodic.aspx

    • Spectralbuttplug

      Doesn’t ffvii has three disks.So!!!!

      • Gatsu

        True, but all 3 discs released at same time=whole game.

        • Spectralbuttplug

          I love telale but I hate episodic shit

          • Gatsu

            Episodic was the reason I skipped RE: Revelations 2.

    • MrVux007

      If its anything like “TellTale” games,we shall wait every 1-2 months for new episodes(probably new main quests,new areas)…you will probably have an option to pay each episode separately or the whole game at once(meaning all you have to do is wait for next episode to download it when it comes)

      i for one am not planning to play like that,since when playing games like “The walking dead” or “Wolf among us” made me lose game immersion(still brilliant games tho) …so i would advise waiting until all episode come and then play it…

      We still dont know will the game be open world like Final Fantasy 15,or maybe it will be open-linear game like Dragon Age:Inqusition…

      • Gatsu

        Making the game open world with current tech must be difficult, so Im slightly worried. But I hope they do it well somehow. In older FF games like VII, the world map felt small because the distances between towns were short and your character there was huge.

        • MrVux007

          Current tech is fine,its the development time and development budget (forgot to mention development team numbers) that are the factors that may or may not make things difficults….

          Square Enix has A LOT on its plate right now and the question is,does it have the stomach to take it all in…and i mean a lot,they are planning on publishing 16 games within next 2 years(and 1/3 of those are AAA games)

          Lets just hope their ambition won’t be the ruining factor for some of those games

      • Mr. Sir Shpee

        According to an interview with IGN, it’s partially due to them adding new areas to explore in Midgar. Still seems weird to me.
        http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/12/07/this-is-why-the-final-fantasy-7-remake-is-in-multiple-parts

        • MrVux007

          Lol after reading this i can make two conclusions:

          1.They are lacking money for further development,so they are changing the full game sale to episodic game sale(that way they are making money for further development and getting profits at the same time …at best case scenario)

          2.It was planned all along(for player feedback…that way they can make necessary changes for Episode 2 from the Episode 1 feedback)…BUT,since this isnt a narrative game like any TellTale game…. they are trying to do something that would be considered in gaming industry,really risky and somewhat stupid….making an episodic RPG game is not really safe strategy at all…since,its an bloody RPG game

          Either way i probably wont be playing this game until all the episodes are released(even if the additional content is huge)…gameplaye/story immersion is key to these kind of games,especially if we are talking about a game that is considered one of the best games of all time…

          • Mr. Sir Shpee

            Yeah, I was probably going to wait until it was cheap on Steam anyway.

    • Gatsu

      If this is true, well I don’t honestly know what to think…
      Who knows though how long the developing would take, so maybe getting it as episodes would be better so can play earlier. But I dislike episodic format like with Telltale games for example.

  • Aleezy

    Ah February….. I remember we were counting the days until September 1st… Now we are in December. Time flies when you’re not waiting for anything doesn’t it?

    • Full Options

      The first 2 weeks of September flew like seconds, lol…

      • Mr.Pony

        Those phantom herbs really have a kick

      • Gatsu

        Time goes fast indeed, but…the first 2 weeks before September almost killed me, lol xD.

        Seeing all those news where ppl play it so early…

        “Everyone has played TPP before you Edition”

        • Full Options

          xD plus you guys in spoilers-“search and destroy” mode…
          Ya, I was not waiting for a specific Edition, but when I saw all those dudes with their copies like a solid week (if not 2) before, I went down-town to pull the c.rp out of the retailers until I got mine 3 or 4 days before launch. 😀
          Sweet memories !

          • Gatsu

            Lol ;D, sweet memories yeah. But best part in the long wait was, when fans bombarded the release date comments hahaha XD. Every single day rofl.

          • Full Options

            I was soo celebrating this but alone, checking for any move and trailers.
            I was fearing a heavy Koji-Delay, and was unfortunately not around MGI at this time (I regret this), I must check the archives, must be full of xD moments.
            I am like addicted to you guys now. I started to check here like only 2 or 3 months before launch and this truly helped me to fight the pain of waiting for V ! Going like : “Who are those cool Koji-Dudes !?, I rike them !”
            A Hideo Kojima Website 😀

          • Gatsu

            Glad that you joined us brotha :D.

            Back then, I was like Adebisi, begging for that damn release date.

          • Full Options

            All the pleasure is mine brotha ! 😀
            xD … And here is my face while listening the date announcement…

          • Mr. Sir Shpee

            I remember browsing the stickied thread on the subreddit for gameplay stuff people had found out, only to see someone’s untagged story spoiler reading “Venom being the GZ Medic was an interesting plot twist” goddamnit

          • Full Options

            Ya when it came true, I was wondering if this was not leaked because this was a brilliant guess ! It was likely not. If so, he had a pretty nice and clear shot !

          • Mr. Sir Shpee

            The thing is that I was a bit suspicious about BB being called Venom in this game and everything but it was annoying nonetheless. Looking back, I should have seen it coming a mile away honestly.

          • Full Options

            So you really found almost everything annoying… If yes, well that’s sad.
            However yes, Hideo’s twists are often less conventional / organic. As a result the solution to some of his puzzles are often flashing under our noses but we don’t see them. He loves suggesting, playing with our intuitions which is a lot of fun and I guess part of why we love his work, giving us so memorable moments.

          • Mr. Sir Shpee

            No, I found it annoying that it was ruined for me more than anything. I also had wished we got to play as Big Boss during his descent into being a demon, but I can live with Venom being the medic. It was a pretty neat twist.

          • Full Options

            Ah, ok / sorry, I got it wrong then.

            Regarding playing as Big Boss, I really thought I was him during my entire playthrough (99.9%), so I felt like playing with him, even if it was just the medic at the end. But I understand your point. I guess it stays cool because we played 60 to 80 hrs totally convinced we were him, so in a sense, we actually were him.

            As for the famous descent, I guess I have now a solid idea about who to blame for not having let this happen or even something else extra(and big). After TGA’s sad confirmation of what finally happened during the production, I am now rather sure that 20-30% or more is missing in the game.

          • Mr. Sir Shpee

            Even though I knew, I still felt like I was BB. That’s the role Venom was meant to play, and he feels like the real BB.

  • gRammarnazi

    Anyone know where I can import these to Europe for fairly cheap?

  • Gatsu

    I finally decided to build a nuke and only took 5 seconds until I got invaded, most likely because of having one lol :P. That was pretty fast…

    I managed to dispose of it before the invasion was over, but the enemy still stole my nuke lol.

  • MrVux007

    *semi-off topic*
    I dont know what to think about this….is MGSV really that bad compared to Witcher 3? or are we talking different tastes?

    • Well I am not interested in Witcher 3 at all, so I’d say it is just different tastes

    • Full Options

      I did not played Witcher 3 but listening to them, I think it is heavily bound to the way you actually consume games.
      Do you play games more for having somewhere mess around / sneak once finished ?
      For example, I love GTA’s story mode but once finished, I just go in GTA’s street to mess the simulation and see how far the dev went which is a lot fun, like unlimited. V’s story element are massive despite impressions. You’ll probably have a second playthrough as well and make your opinion.
      I mean probably someone will invalidate but something tells me, besides also the shading quality, that Witcher 3 gameplay engine / simulation would have to be damn good (“like more than meets the eyes”) in order to beat V’s. A pure Koji-Pro gameplay and ALSO story concentrate awaits you (my take).
      I hope you’ll find part of those feeling re-insuring. And stop watching stuff that worries ya godamn it !
      Dunno, play Ironman movie instead ! ;D

      • MrVux007

        “And stop watching stuff that worries ya godamn it !Dunno, play Ironman movie instead ! ;D”
        Mom is that you? 😀

        Thanks for the reply mate…my “worries” are gone already

        • Gatsu

          “Mom is that you? :D”

          Lmao ;D

          • Full Options

            Ya, he headshot’d me on this one xD

        • Full Options

          xDxDxD Yah, Nah ! This is actually Grand-ma speakin… :O I don’t know if it is time to sleep there but don’t forget to brush your tooths as well before goin bed ! xD
          Glad your worries are gone. You are actually worrying for the second time (!?) what we were experiencing prior to launch. Hold tight & relax !

          • MrVux007

            Ahh you know it mate…im around 15 days away from returning home into the hands of my beloved ones….and my special someone >>> (MGSV) <<<<

            hopefully my second special someone isnt reading this tho

          • Full Options

            ;D She needs to extract a S+++ MGS interpreter first. She won’t find it here… :O
            (>_>)… Best seas on your way back, you’ll come to !

    • Gatsu

      I love stealth games and RPGs since the 90’s, but it’s weird imo to compare two different genres. Witcher 3 is one of the best and most detailed RPGS ever done. I haven’t finished the story yet though, because I always get sidetracked too much of the main quests, when there’s so much to do and then get burned out=need break. So I haven’t still finished it, but I can understand why it won GOTY. I just can’t give it the title because haven’t finished it.

      Although even the “official” GOTY awards are just opinions by different people too. It’s just a matter of taste in the end. I’ve enjoyed MGSV the most of games this year and it’s one of the “big games” I’ve finished this year. So for me it’s my GOTY. But MGSV does have that missing content which hurts a little. Still, Kojima and folks managed to create one hell of a game in the difficult working conditions. The best stealth game to date imo. MGSV failed the expectations for some fans, which is one reason why people call it bad. It’s all about what you want out of a game.

      Some give Witcher 3 their GOTY, even if they haven’t played it just because they don’t like MGSV for example. Which is just wrong. Don’t let these make you so worried Vux.

      • Full Options

        +1, Damn working conditions, and still so damn game !

      • MrVux007

        Feeling better now…thanks i guess i needed a pep talk 🙂

      • yeah, like you said it’s mostly a matter of opinions, in my case i also think MGSV is my GOTY, even though i dislike some stuff about it, for me, a GOTY is deserved when i think about the game i had most fun with on a year, but also a game that i’ll remember for sure once i think of that year, like, the best release

    • Mr.Pony

      Overall i think The Witcher did more things better than TPP, but at the same time it’s hard to be sure of this, its difficult to put ones finger on it precisely. There are so many aspects to take in account, so I’ll just point out the aspects of a game that I love most

      (sorry in advance for the big text):

      Atmosphere/ Enviroment:
      As someone who loved both, TW3 is a more atmospheric game, you get the sense that it is a unique fantasy world not just another fantasy Lord of the Rings rip-off with lots of green thrown at it. It manages to capture a colorful fantasy setting but at the same time the decadence of an eastern medieval setting. It does its very own thing.

      As for metal gear it falls a little behind in the sense of atmosphere. First mission in Africa as I was driving to the oilfield i stopped to look at the black night sky and the dirt road illuminated only by torches along the road. But that was it, it was the only moment i stopped to “smell the flowers” in that game, while on The Witcher that would happen at least once every time I booted it up.

      Story/ Plot:
      The Witcher has a solid plot, which is even more rewarding for anyone who read the books. Characters are unique, they are not just plain friendly NPCs. There is an a emotional twist at the middle which could compete with one of the weakest emotional plot points of a MGS game. Having that said where The Witcher shines is the pace, one moment you are going around filthy swamps, next you are hearing a troubadour singing, right after you are fighting monsters in the middle of fog in a destroyed forest and next you are back at your castle getting drunk with your witcher mates and trying to find the one that got lost.

      Metal Gear story is why we are all here, dark plots, conspiracies and double-triple crosses. Even though we don’t get the plot we want, we still got one. Unlike the Witcher the pacing in TPP is bad, I managed to get behind it until the end of chapter 1. It made sense that Venom would go after this far-fetched clues and go on rescuing missions of faceless NPCs, after all there was no internet in 1984, so Venom couldn’t just go to google maps and try to find Skull Face. This excuse rapidly evaporated in chapter 2. As for the story itself, there is no better moment than the “Shinning lights” mission, it is impossible not to sob or feel a little twist of the heart each time you pull the (controller) trigger. The story does everything we learned to love from an MGS but also some things that we at the moment hate, shallow support characters and a somehow unfinished plot. We get to put the Big Boss saga to rest (almost) with the big revelation at the end which is clever because it changes the way we interpret the first MG. As for the fact that so many of us predicted it, well the fact the we managed to predict it does not make it a bad one in my opinion. As we stand I’m happy with the closing of the saga-arc but I still feel that the story in TPP is incomplete.

      Gameplay:
      The witcher has a decent gameplay and controls, it offers a variety of options to deal with your foes, such as steel sword for humans and a silver sword for monsters, bombs, portion and signs, which are a sort of lesser magic. It feels good to walk around, swim or even ride your trusted steed, roach. Every enemy feels unique, and each one has it’s own weaknesses which you will need to explore via the bestiary. The same strategy you use to fight a harpy won’t work on a wraith, you need to adapt, change signs, bombs, potions and oils.

      Metal Gear let’s you fulton a truck with a strapped C4 charge on it , which can be detonated mid air to destroy a helicopter.
      Metal gear let’s you charge at a tank while riding a horse and aiming a rocket launcher.
      Metal Gear lets you fight with a one eyed wolf-dog at your side, which you can send to cut the enemies throat with a knife we carries in its teeth.
      Metal Gear lets you use inflatable dolls to distract enemies.
      Metal Gear lets you use a prosthetic arm to electrocute an enemy.

    • Venom_Sina

      You know,I think in the end the GOTY for every person is the game they enjoyed the most themselves.For me,you know,I really liked Life is Strange,even more than MGSV.This can be different from person to person,like our bro Gatsu mentioned.

      As for GOTY,I think TW3 is a better game than V overall.Like I said before,V for me was a normal,Ubisofty game,but W3 is the opposite,the game entertained me more.I know you didn’t play V yet,so I’m not gonna go into details.But don’t listen to me.Almost everyone here know that I’m a negative person when it comes to V.Don’t let my (or anyone’s) way of thinking influence your mind (Axii Sign,lol.).But just a friendly advice:Don’t play V for its story.Try to enjoy its gameplay.

      • Gatsu

        Damn, I forgot that I need to play Life Is Strange too :). I guess it really is good, when check Steam’s review statistics o_O.

      • MrVux007

        Can you give me a quick (personal)description about life is strange(without spoilers ofc)…ive herd many great things about the game and i might eventually get to play it…

        • Venom_Sina

          Absolutely.LiS is similar to new Telltale’s games (like The Walking Dead,The Wolf Among Us etc.).Same dialogue system and gameplay mechanics,but the major differences are the story and the choices you make through the game.Your choices matters more than TT games.
          The story is about an 18 year old girl who suddenly finds out that she can reverse time.I won’t tell much,cause I may go to the spoiler territory,lol.
          You know,story isn’t really groundbreaking,but the presentation is really good and hooked me till the very end.The character development and the relationship between the characters were really good.And the ending was satisfying,too.And that soundtrack…I enjoyed the ride overall,and I recommend you play the game,too.If you have PS4/XBOX ONE,wait for the Limited Edition,because of the extra contents that are worthy.

          • MrVux007

            I was planning on getting it on my PC…how does the Limited Edition differ exactly?

          • Venom_Sina

            They will release the LE for PC,too,but the stock will be limited.
            Limited Edition will have extras like:Soundtrack CD,an Artwork book,Developers documentary and of course the game itself.And all these extras for just 10$ more than the regular edition (29.99 for regular,39.99 for limited).I think it’s a fair price,compared to the extras.
            http://assets.vg247.com/current//2015/11/life_is_strange_LE.jpg

          • MrVux007

            Damn,nice…thanks for the info! I think ill go for standard edition,since i dont know if ill manage to get one of these in time…

      • hey bro how is TW3 gameplay? i never played any of them before but with all the fuzz over this last one i’m starting to feel tempted to play it. thing is that some time ago i checked the witcher 1 & 2 on some videos and i couldn’t really bear with the gameplay, it looked very bad to me, i’m not the biggest fan of rpgs but i do like stuff like skyrim for example, where even though the combat isn’t the best it’s still good enough, i like third person games with big maps and stuff to explore, but i can’t stand bad combat mechanics/clunky animations and don’t even get me started un turn based rpgs, i hate those hahaha. so, is the gameplay different from past games?

        • MrVux007

          From what ive played,its certenly an improvement over Witcher 1 and 2…but not by much,id say the defining factor of Witcher 3 is its rich lore and world…Bloodborne however,even tho it doesnt have lore and world as rich as Witcher 3,has much smoother and more refined combat ive seen in those (hack-slash type of combat)…i cant comment on MGSV combat tho,since i havent played it yet lol

        • Venom_Sina

          Hey bro.How you doin’?Gameplay and combat system in W3 is almost exactly the same in W2,with a few improvements.You can use Youtube to see more of its gameplay.The combat system is similar to Batman:Arkham series and Assassin’s Creed games (more like AC).It’s not hack-and-slash and you have to use some tactics like defending,parrying,signing(lol) etc.The combat is not the best and you may see some weird animations,too.The game has a lot of bugs,but they’re not game ruining.And about RPG elements:The RPG elements isn’t really complex imo (like they were used to be in 2000s),but if you look at the other RPG games,almost all of them had this simplifying syndrome.W3 is more like a Third person-open world game.

          • MrVux007

            But i thought most of the bugs were fixed by now (numerous patch-es)?

          • Venom_Sina

            Yeah,but some of them are still there.They plan to release another patch to fix the remaining bugs.

          • ohhh i see, sounds good to me, and i’ve heard the world is really big, i’ll definitely give it a try

  • FOXHOUND

    Every one is hating Konami and praising kojima but I wonder what he did to them that would end it all may be when his contract is officially done we will find out who messed up V

    • N-Shifter

      Someone messed it up? I loved it personally.

      • FOXHOUND

        I bet u also love this sound sensor light

        • N-Shifter

          If you’re trying to imply that I’m a blind fanboy and that’s the only reason I “love” the game then you’d be wrong.
          To answer your question; I think the sound sensor light is fun but I have no use for it in my life.

          • FOXHOUND

            I apologize for the stupid joke and just want to say we all have different opinions And I respect that u had fun with the game

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