Homicidal houses: Super Scribblenauts' ESRB summary
It's been a while since we got a good laugh from those ever-delightful ESRB rating summaries. What better game to get back into it than Super Scribblenauts? Enjoy this edited-for-space version in all of its "corpse-eating bike" glory:
"By adding adjectives, players can also modify these nouns to create different word combinations, triggering innumerable whimsical scenarios such as: a 'flaming snowman' that can set a Christmas tree on fire; a 'homicidal house' that can attack a man; and a 'carnivorous bike' that can eat a corpse."
"Players can also elect to summon 'cartoony' versions of bats, bombs, guns, and flamethrowers. These types of items can be used to destroy objects or even other summoned items (e.g., a bat can be used to club a skydiver; guns can be fired at smelly zombies; a knife can be given to a murderous computer to attack a merman)."
What's more, the summary -- much like the one for Scribblenauts -- decided to politely mention how you can summon vomit. If I ever have kids, I'll be sure to prevent them from playing any games that contain puke. Thanks for the heads up, guys!
Super Scribblenauts [ESRB via Joystiq] Setup email comments
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