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Super Meat Boy's second boss is an adorable nightmare


2:00 AM on 06.06.2010
Super Meat Boy's second boss is an adorable nightmare photo



When I first saw the World 1 boss of Super Meat Boy, I just assumed that the game would have you to going up against one of Dr. Fetus's giant machines on a semi-regular basis. That's how Dr Wily and Dr Robotnik roll, so why would Dr Fetus be any different? I'm delighted to say that I was wrong. Super Meat Boy wont be that cliche', as proven by the giant, cannibalistic, humanoid, adorable dweller you see before you.

C.H.A.D. is this thing's name, and you'll met him at the end of World 2. As you can see, he looks like Meat Boy, but much bigger, and with teeth that have clearly been around the block a few times. I wonder what the guy eats? Probably meat.

The press will get to fight C.H.A.D. at E3 2010, and you know I'll be there to give you some hand-on video coverage. Super Meat Boy is set to hit XBLA, Steam, and WiiWare sometime this year.






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