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faut-il en outre que ce phénomène soit répété dans le temps, voire régulier ou systématique
l’âge, la fatigue, les troubles psychologiques, ce que les spécialistes appellent “l’angoisse de performance” ou encore les problèmes de couples constituent les principales raisons d’une difficulté, même ponctuelle
mais il existe d’autres explications, notamment. les antécédents médicaux
l’hypertension artérielle augmente le risque, à âge et situation égale, de 50%
le diabète double ce risque; les pathologies cardio-vasculaires le multiplient par 3 ou 4
enfin il ne faut pas négliger la prise de médicaments, tels des antihypertenseurs, des bêtabloquants, des diurétiques et, surtout, des. antidépresseurs et des antipsychotiques
le comprimé, comment ça marche?
pour comprendre comment fonctionnent les médicaments de la classe des ipde-5, tels viagra, cialis ou levitra, un petit rappel anatomique s’impose
car, “chez l’homme, le plus gros organe sexuel c’est
le cerveau”, selon la boutade – mais juste sur le plan scientifique – du dr pierre costa, urologue à nîmes
l’érection procède en effet, le plus souvent, d’un mécanisme d’excitation qui se passe dans la tête et pas dans le bas-ventre
il se produit alors une cascade de phénomènes neurobiologiques, dont la libération d’une enzyme, appelée gmp, qui favorise. l’afflux de sang dans le pénis
mais, la nature étant bien faite, après l’éjaculation il se produit un phénomène inverse, la détumescence, liée en partie à la libération d’une enzyme au rôle opposé, la phosphodiastérase
et c’est là qu’interviennent les médicaments ils inhibent la libération de cette enzyme
en d’autres termes, ils ne font pas bander (en soi un comprimé de provoque pas d’érection s’il n’y pas excitation), ils empêchent de débander
et quand ça ne marche pas?
globalement, l’efficacité des médicaments varie de 80% environ (cause psychologiques) à 50% environ (causes organiques), sachant qu’un placebo a, tout de même, 30% d’efficacité
en outre, ces médicaments sont chers (environ 10 euros pièce), et pas remboursées par la sécurité sociale en dehors de quelques cas très particuliers
les comprimés entrainent également des effets secondaires et, surtout, ils sont absolument contrindiqués en cas d’insuffisance ou de problème cardiaque grave
enfin, dans certains cas, le trouble demeure
c’est le cas, en particulier, pour une prostatectomie (ablation de la prostate) totale, un diabète mal contrôlé, ou une maladie cardio-vasculaire sévère
première solution, quand els médicaments ne marchent pas: les injections intra-caverneuses (iic)
il s’agit d’injecter dans le pénis une. dose de prostaglandine, qui provoque mécaniquement un afflux de sang
impressionnant ? pas tant que ça, à en croire les utilisateurs
les iic nécessitent toutefois un certain apprentissage
avantages: bons résultats, contrindications rares (dépranocytose) et remboursement à 35% dans certains cas (paraplégie, sclérose en plaques, séquelles de chirurgie
inconvénients: injections parfois douloureuses et risque de

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this is the worst kind of nintendo hard: games that are difficult because of bad design choices
 but bad design doesn’t explain away all of nintendo hard: much of it really was a deliberate design choice
part of this was economics
games were expensive, and players needed to feel like they were getting their money’s worth
if players could beat a game in a single sitting, or even over the course of a month, they would feel like they were being ripped off
but storage capacity of the era was extremely limited, so designers couldn’t stretch out playtime by adding hundreds of levels
the solution: make the game really really hard, using tactics like single hit death and evil architecture
this meant gamers needed to spend hours practicing a game before they could get to the final level, and even then, they’d probably end up dying
it made beating the game special, and helped justify paying so much for the game and console
there’s another factor at work here, too
many game designers of the age learned their craft developing arcade titles, and lots of games were straight-up ports from arcade titles
designing games for the arcade means thinking about one factor: economics
arcade cabinets make money on a per-play basis, so the designers have an incentive to kill you off quickly and force you to spend another quarter
it’s only by playing the game hundreds of times—and spending hundreds of quarters—that you can get to the further levels
games didn’t need to be designed this way for the nintendo entertainment system, but design habits die hard
habits from building arcade games carried over, basically because that’s how people knew to build games
add all of this up and you’ve got a recipe for throwing your controller at the machine on a regular basis
kids these days have no idea
while reading through this, you were likely awash in memories of the video games of yesteryear that just beat you down
oh we know the feeling, trust us
writing this piece drummed up more than a few memories of obscenities hurled, games rage quit, controllers thrown, and curses cast upon the heads of unknown developers at distant video game studios
if you want to relive this, you’re sick
seriously: get your head examined
then check steam or your console’s online store
most of the games that made you furious are available for modern platforms
believe us, mega man is just as frustrating as it ever was
and some contemporary game makers are re-creating that feeling, often with modern twists
shovel knight, 1001 spikes, and super meat boy are a few recent-ish examples, and more games like them are showing up all the time
find something that makes you furious to play and enjoy yourself
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what made these games so hard?
why did they make games like that?
nostalgia and the return of nintendo hard
nintendo has created some of the most beloved characters in video game history
however the company itself has been around way longer than mario
a company that was founded back when jack the ripper was still on the loose winds up with a lot of skeletons in their closet (even more than ol’ jack)
of course, then you get folks like us, who get perverse pleasure removing them from the closet
nintendo was founded in 1889 to make hanafuda, a specific type of japanese playing card
the game has a distinctly japanese look, with a nearly indecipherable symbology of mountains, flowers, weird animals and whatever-the-toss an akaname (“filth licker”) is
the name of the company, nin-ten-do (“luck-heaven-hall” or “leave luck to heaven”) was itself a gambling reference to placing your luck in the hands of the gods
the game itself had been illegal in japan until three years prior, and was still associated heavily with organized crime
in fact, the japanese crime syndicate yakuza is actually named after a losing hand in hanafuda
you don’t exactly need to be a late-night television detective to notice a relation
when you produce the playing pieces for a game associated with organized crime, you inevitably get their attention
nintendo’s first headquarters was in an area of kyoto well associated with the aizukotetsukai, one of the oldest and most powerful branches of the yakuza
not to say that nintendo as a company was run by criminals, because please don’t sue or murder us, but criminals were certainly using their products
gunpei yokoi, who would later develop the game boy, got his start in the company by inspecting the machines that produce the cards
cards with imperfections could be used to cheat (you want the backs of any playing card to be 100% uniform, so nobody can guess what they are), so scouting for printer defects was extremely important
by world war ii, they had branched out into making other sorts of playing cards (including decks printed with images of naked women because this is japan)
even now, after multiple business ventures culminating on their video game empire, the suspected association with gambling and organized crime persists, as even a pre-internet conspiracy theory blamed the yakuza for the tragic auto accident death of gunpei yokoi in 1997
while the manufacturing of playing cards were the foundation of the company, it wasn’t enough for a post-industrial company to grow from
as such, nintendo began to branch out into other industries, some of which were equally sketchy, if not moreso, than gambling
case in point: throughout the 1960s, nintendo ran “love hotels,” which charged by the hour
if you’re thinking “wow, that is nowhere near enough time to get a good night’s sleep,” then go back to playing super mario, because you may not be mature enough to finish reading this entry
these “love hotels” did offer all-night rates, but only after 10pm, and it’s clear that most business was done by folks wanting discreet, quick encounters
they even had a number pad and pneumatic tube payment system to minimize customer engagement with staff, increasing this discretion and catering to customers with a jetsons kink
unfortunately, the locations, or even any photos, of these famous love hotels have been lost to time, after nintendo worked to clean up their image in the 1980s
tough to sell mario going bonkers after peach kisses him on the nose when you’ve got full-fledged sex nests on your resume
through the ’60s and ’70s, nintendo realized being associated with questionable legality isn’t sustainable, and branched out into all sorts of unusual business ventures
they made vacuum cleaners, instant rice, and even produced a short-running television station
as a counterpart to their love hotels, they also ran a taxi service called daiya
the service was actually fairly successful, but ceo yamauchi wound up selling it over disputes with driver unions regarding pay rates
that and the other drivers were complaining about the banana peels daiya’s drivers kept chucking on the road
later attempts to branch out included patenting nearly everything you now find in the toy aisle of a dollar store
game boy inventor gunpei yokoi designed several of these toys, including a radio-controlled “toy” vacuum cleaner that was practically an ancestor of the roomba, and the first prototype of those “grabby arm” toys that you associate with old warner bros cartoons
the latter, ultra hand, became nintendo’s first million-seller, and helped get the company out from under their debts, an unexpected and absurd windfall you would also expect to only see in a cartoon
they also developed a set of plastic interlocking blocks that earned them a lawsuit from lego, because of course it did
this setback just inspired them to make the blocks in odder, less “blocky” shapes, and releasing kits modeled after popular tokusatsu (think power rangers, but for adults) that have since become incredibly valuable collectors’ items
many fans of the mario series of games probably know that mario wasn’t originally his name
he started out as “jumpman” in the japanese version of donkey kong, and the mario moniker came from the american nintendo office localization because he resembled their landlord, mario segale
that anecdote itself is pretty fun and harmless, but a revelation from an old issue of nintendo power reveals the unpleasant origins of a recurring mario villain
designer shigeru miyamoto admits that a new enemy in super mario 3, the chain chomp, was based on a childhood experience encountering a dog that would have mauled him if not for a tied leash
that’s pretty disturbing, but you want scandalous? well, here’s how he talks about “boos,” the ghosts that haunt the castles throughout the series — this is the backstory he gives about them: “[co-designer] takashi tezuka got an idea about putting his wife in the game
his wife is very quiet normally, but one day she exploded, maddened by all the time he spent at work
in the game there is now a character that shrinks whenever mario looks like it, but when mario turns away it gets large and menacing

that, there, is an exceptional level of petty passive-aggressiveness
gunpei yokoi, who is, has, and will be mentioned multiple times in this article, is considered the “father of the game boy”
however, equal credit should be given to satoru okada, who saw a lot more potential in the product than its “father” did, a scenario familiar to many of us professional writers
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