Posts Tagged ‘Latana’

Children Of Liberty Mixes 2D Stealth, American Revolution

By Nathan Grayson on January 11th, 2013.

Granted, this raises an important question: if they're all two-dimensional, why not just turn sideways and be invisible?

Won’t somebody think of the children? That’s a pretty big social problem, I think: we’re always underestimating them and their grubby little minds. And then, before we know it, boom, the American Revolution happens. That’s the way Children of Liberty tells it anyway, by way of absolutely gorgeous-looking 2D/3D stealth, no less. Or at least, that’s the plan. There’s a free alpha demo up on Latana’s site right now, you see, and it, well, leaves a fair amount to be desired. But apparently, change is afoot.

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The Skeletones: Zombie Slaughter Tour 2009

By Kieron Gillen on December 16th, 2009.

I'm writing this naked. No-one will ever know, except ALT-tag readers and the guy across the road who's staring at me. Hello guy! Let me do my special naked dance for you. Look! I'm Paul Cornell! That joke will make no sense to anyone who hasn't read my twitter feed today. Man!

It’s a zombie shooter. It’s a rhythm action game. It’s released in 2009. It’s zombie rhythm action game 2009! Well, Zombie Slaughter Tour 2009, which through silliness of concept alone demands a post. Now, if linking to something funny but not very good, I play gentle in the actual text. After all, someone will play the demo before considering throwing cash down on the full thing, so will realise a giggle all it’s worth. Alas, Latana don’t have a demo and only an option to buy the full thing. For a dollar, admittedly, but since it’s not even worth that unless you’re terribly drunk. I should stress it’s absolutely bloody awful. Here’s the video to watch though…
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