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New Destructoid Show: Unreal Tomb Raidin' DrunkNES


11:30 PM on 03.09.2011



Hey dudes. We're back, and this time... We have a show. Another one. I mean, a new episode. Um.

Today, we talk about how Wii game development has been back-burnered in favor of Pokemon and Zelda, AKA my favorite video games, high five. Then, happiness is a Warm Gun, since wacky sci-fi old west shooters make everyone happy. Activision is making Dance Hero and a couple of Hollywood dudes are making a new Tomb Raider movie.

Also, say what I might about Epic Games, I can't deny that the new Unreal 3 engine looks totally epic. Microsoft is making more "core" Kinect games, which is vaguely interesting, and DrunkNES -- a game where you get drunk and blow into a NES cartridge -- is the most amazing thing ever made by humans. We want one. 

Spoiler Alert: I still have not shaved my attempted beard in this episode.






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