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Go play Alien: Isolation at Comic-Con

3:45 PM on 07.16.2014

Steven Hansen

Features Editor

Sonic and Hatsune Miku, too, I guess

SEGA has announced its plans for San Diego Comic-Con, which is to chill at some place called Nerd HQ ironically held at the San Diego Padre's baseball park. 

With how much videogame nerds try to bully sportsters for social media passion on game days (endless tweets complaining about people tweeting about sports aren't more annoying than people tweeting about sports?), I'm not sure this is an appropriate venue. Just another way for the new age, wealthy bullying class of tech and gaming weirdos to exert power over us meek, handsome, athletic types. 

Anyway, go there to play Alien: Isolation and realize I was right about that game potentially being really, really good. There's also Sonic and my good friend Hatsune Miku.

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