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Santa Rockstar HD: Pay what you want for a metal Xmas

7:30 PM on 12.21.2011

Fraser Brown

Former Contributor

I don't know about you folks, but Christmas music tends to send me to sleep, well that and the copious amount of festive liquor I imbibe at this time of year. Old St. Nick seems to share my lack of enthusiasm for it and he's giving us the gift of metal this year, in the form of a seasonal rhythm game. Rockstar Santa doesn't bring festive joy to spoiled brats the world over, he's more interested in rocking out.

Santa Rockstar HD comes with fifteen rock and metal infused Christmas jingles, five stages and two different modes, Basic and Rockstar. It's guitar controller compatible, so you don't have to look like a tit doing solos on a keyboard. Bekho Team, the game's developer, have caught some of that Christmas spirit I keep hearing about and you can pay what you want for it for a limited time.

 


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