Posts Tagged ‘Serious Sam 4’

Serious Sam 4 Drafts Talos Principle Writer

“ᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃᵃaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!” is the only line of dialogue I can remember from any of the Serious Sam games.

Despite this, developers Croteam are bringing in some big wordguns for Serious Sam 4. Jonas Kyratzes, one of the writers of Croteam’s fine philosophical robopuzzler The Talos Principle, and development/life partner Verena Kyratzes will be writing the screenplay for the backpedalling FPS, the gang announced today. My spies have managed to reconstruct shredded early drafts salvaged from the office bins, and I’m excited to exclusively bring you a line of actual 100% real genuine SS4 dialogue.

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Seriously! – Serious Sam 4 Coming In Late 2014

I assume Croteam is still polishing the game a bit more before an official reveal. And by that I mean adding more gigantic globs of shoe polish to Sam's triceps

Where in the world is Serious Samdiego? I think a fair number of people would like to know, especially in light of the fact that series creator Croteam announced it was funding Serious Sam 4 with a Humble Bundle. But then it just disappeared. So what gives? Did the beloved throwback shooter have a stumble (bundle)? Evidently not, as Croteam is now claiming that Serious Sam 4 will be out by the end of 2014.

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Croteam Funding Serious Sam 4… Via Humble Bundle

Serious Sam Fisher

After three main series entries and countless spin-offs, it’s a wonder that Serious Sam hasn’t shot all the things yet. I feel kind of bad for him, honestly. He works so hard, but there’s always something else to blast into entrail soup with a cannon ball gun. Ah, the action hero’s burden. ‘Tis truly a heartbreaking thing. So, right then, Serious Sam 4. It’s real! I can confirm that it has at least two guns in it! Also, Sam now looks like the granite-chiseled child of Tom Cruise and Conviction-era Sam Fisher before he got all mean and torture-y. Oh, and most importantly, he needs your help. The latest Humble Weekly Sale is helping fund this radical (but probably not actually very radical at all) reinvention, so you are cordially invited to spend money.

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