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MonkeyPaw's first multiplatform title: BurgerTime HD


11:00 PM on 02.28.2011
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F*ck yeah, hamburgers. I love hamburgers. Everyone always references the Hamburglar but he sucks compared to Hamm, the fat rapping guy from Enix's Bust a Move dancing game. I love that his girl won't let him get up on her because he wants to eat a cheeseburger before they get it on. He says it "makes me feel good." All three of us have something in common, though: We all love burgers.

Something I also love is BurgerTime, which is coming to multiple consoles thanks to MonkeyPaw. Up until now the publisher has only pushed out PlayStation games for the PlayStation Network, but according to a find by Siliconera on the ESRB website, the game is coming to the PC, Wii, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It'll be called BurgerTime HD.

I'm sure you've played this burger making action game so I don't need to tell you what it is. I love this game, though. MonkeyPaw hasn't confirmed this yet, but the ESRB doesn't lie. Expect to hear something soon.






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