Posts Tagged ‘World Of Guns: Gun Disassembly’

This Is My Rifle: Get World Of Guns Weapons For Free

Did you know Victory Day is the second most popular public holiday in Russia? Not the American one, the other one. Apparently so! It’s s fun fact for you to impress your friends with at your next swinging party.

And in celebration of Victory Day, 5,000 of you can use the following code to unlock every last World War II weapon model in World of Guns: Gun Disassembly [official site], a free-to-play game about the kind of meditative concentration of disassembling and reassembling various guns. Try not to think too hard about the strange¬†irony of celebrating Victory Day with guns, and instead cock yer pistol to the sky and shoot and shoot and scream forever like you’re Colonel Tex O’Hara.

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Fish, Hitler, And Naughty Language: DLC Is Bloody Weird

Shooting Hitler is weird

What do Hitler, Snoop Dogg, George Washington, and Shakespeare have in common? If you said they all appear in Rik Mayall’s autobiography Bigger Than Hitler, Better Than Christ*, you’re wrong. Washington and Snoop aren’t mentioned in that. The correct answer is that each has been digitised and reformed–Weird Science style–into your games as DLC.

There’s a lot of DLC out there, ranging from the mundane to the insane, and I think I know why. Games are increasingly serious business, with huge budgets and a cast amount of public scrutiny. DLC–well some of it–feels like the passion projects that don’t fit into the canon. An outlet for the stuff that gets cleared from the whiteboard for being too off message, or too niche. DLC is cathartic. I’ve been on a strange journey, readers. I’ve been looking through games catalogues and hunting down the sort of DLC that could be described as ’boutique’. I’ve been on a boutique call, ahahahahahahaha!

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