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PETA's game of the year candidate: Super Chick Sisters

10:27 AM on 08.17.2007

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

If you felt that your game library lacked the whiny melodrama that only PETA can provide, you can fear no longer, for Super Chick Sisters has you covered. The premise is an absolute winner -- you play as one of two chicks, each a rip-off of either Mario or Luigi, on a quest to rescue Pamela Anderson from the evil clutches of Colonel Sanders. It's up to you to bring KFC to justice and see to it that the corporation's evil treatment of chickens, something on par with the world's greatest genocides, is exposed to the masses.

The game is essentially a clone of Mario Bros. except with Colonel Sanders robospiders, a terrible faux-Mario theme tune and lectures from picketing student layabouts about how chickens have their beaks cut off (something that sounds more hilarious than horrifying, I'm sorry). Forget BioShock, only Super Chick Sisters can satisfy your gaming urges.

[Via Joystiq]


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