Posts Tagged ‘lies’

See Through Time: Shogun 2: Fall Of The Samurai Video

I did a double-take on seeing there was ‘reveal’ footage of Total War Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai, because my brain had told me that Sega’s standalone expansion of their awesome historical war game was already out. I had a check and there are other lies in there, too. Lie #1: Corey Feldman is dead. Lie #2: Squid are not alive. Lie #3: Donkeys are extinct. Lie #4: Egyptians came before dinosaurs. Lie #5: Twin towns are exact copies of each other. While you tell us in the comments about the lies your brain has told you, readers, why not buffer this five minutes developer lead chit-chat about Fall Of The Samurai?
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Here’s A Hard Reset: Extended Editon Trailer

An orange.
Hard Reset: Extended Edition is the original, singularly focused FPS from last year about shooting donkeys. The full game now comes with an additional four new creature types, a new boss monster, five new levels that sicks up three extra hours of play, and two additional survival mode levels. They’ve also prettied up the engine. But don’t take my word for it, for I am a notorious liar and billionaire. To make sure you’re totally convinced, publishers Kalypso Media have invented Youtube and placed the trailer up on there. Did I make that up as well? The only way to find out is to click and see.
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This Week In Reviews – Oct 26th

For an astonishing one week, Rock, Paper, Shotgun has been bringing you the definitive guide to that week’s PC gaming releases. So let’s cast our mind back all that time to the very first ever This Week In Reviews, and see some of those highlights. And those haircuts.

“Here’s the coming week’s releases…”

“Each stage begins with a…”

“where they have to push the”

Good, good times. But enough with nostalgia. As one era ends, another begins, and so it is we enter a second week of This Week In Reviews*.

Alan Hansen’s Sports Challenge

Aparently directed by Michel Gondry.

Bringing unique challenges to the world of sports, Alan Hanson introduces two main modes of play. First is “How To Spell Your Own Name” – Alan demonstrates the difficulty of this with his own failed attempt at writing his name on the box. And secondly, how to play any sports – other than a goalie in foot-to-ball – with his giant mutant handfeet.

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