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Michael Jackson videogame in development 'for months'

4:20 PM on 07.10.2009 // Jim Sterling
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Holy crap! A post about Michael Jackson on a videogame blog that is actually relevant to videogames! That makes a nice change, doesn't it? It's being reported that Michael Jackson, otherwise known as the world's first real Splicer, has a posthumous game in the works.

Just after Jackson's death, rumors about a brand new videogame had started to occur. According to MCV, those rumors are actually true, and the title has been in development for several months. The relatively smooth criminal is said to have recorded speech for the game, which is being made by his own production company, MJJ Productions. 

It's allegedly scheduled for a Christmas 2009 release and is due to appear on "home consoles." It will also feature a range of famous hits from the late singer. In the meantime, you can check out all the latest developments about MJ on CNN, which should just be renamed the "Michael Jackson's Death Rape Channel" and feature anchors actually digging up and shagging his corpse, which is basically what they've done for the past two weeks anyway. 

Oh, and my prediction is that this game will get 10/10 across the board, no matter what its actual quality is.




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