Sundays with Sagat: Alan Wake, Depression, and Meows - destructoid

Sundays with Sagat: Alan Wake, Depression, and Meows

12:20 PM on 08.04.2010

Jonathan Holmes

Editor-in-Chief


When Sagat suddenly disappeared from this series, a lot of you were like "Cool. Peace out, fatty. Your pancake boobs wont be missed." Surprisingly, a small number of you actually cared. You said that you preferred Sagat to a hardcore gamer-man of presumed European decent and a master Bill Cosby impersonator. For the internet, that's pretty surprising.

Well, Sagat heard your cries for his return, but... he still didn't want to come back.

Still, someone took your pleas to heart. They busted in on the guy in his own house, and forced him to do some video. Here are the results. 

And no, this is not a sex tape, though at times, it comes close. Creepy.

 


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