This is the last episode of Sundays with Sagat before the proposed reboot of the show. We'll get a sneak peak of Sagat's new take on the series this Saturday during Destructoid LIVE PAX panel. Until then, behold -- the death of Birdie.
At least, I think he died. It's not the death by fire that I asked for the last time he showed up, but the situation looks equally impossible to escape from. Don't feel bad, it's nothing that he doesn't deserve. If the guy had worked harder on developing his feline social skills the way that Sagat has, maybe he wouldn't be in this pickle.
Oh, and he before he gets caught in a death trap, Birdie talks about Dead Rising, particularly the difference between Dead Rising and Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop . As usual, he's a bit off, but I practically, maybe, sort of agree with him on this one. It almost makes me hope that he survived.
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