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SDCC: We chat with The Behemoth on 'Game 3'

11:28 AM on 07.23.2009

Our friends over at The Behemoth have been busy as bees lately.

Just today it was announced that Castle Crashers is coming to PlayStation Network (hooray PlayStation 3 owners!), and on top of all that, they have that shiny new unnamed game that we've all been wondering about. I was able to pull artist Dan Paladin away from throngs of adoring fans for a few stolen moments to talk about what the game will offer, and why we will all be foaming at the mouth to play it soon enough.

We'll be sure to bring you some hands-on impressions of the game this weekend as well, but for now take a gander at the new footage and tell me how much you want to play it: kind of badly, really badly or totally badly.

By the way, pardon our audio dust -- we had some challenges, but you can expect our usual crisp and delicious sound in the future!


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