Jim, CTZ and the RetroforeGO! crew are traveling through the Destructoid City subway system, which is now overrun with zombie trolls. There they find Necros, who leads them to a safe room/broom closet to meet other survivors.
The Destructor-toid is still roaming the city skyline ploughing through buildings in an almost child-like fashion. Along with it, the streets are filled with seemingly sentient Xbox 360s, attacking anyone that they come across. No-one has a clue what's going on. Not even me.
It was Conrad Zimmerman who had the winning comment this time. Check it out after the jump.
MEANWHILE, IN SUBURBIA --
Ashly Burch is curled up in her overstuffed chair, game controller in hand. Anthony Burch approaches from behind her. "Hey Ash, whatcha playing?"
"I don't know," she responds with a quizzical look on her face. "I just got it in the mail. It's some kind of robot game."
A robot game indeed. The screen displays a giant robot, none other than the Destructor-toid, as it rampages throughout city streets. "It's pretty cool," Ashly continues, "free-roaming, fully destructible environments and the graphics are amazing."
Anthony turns to face Ashly and asks, "Ash, did you notice anything odd when you started up the Xbox?"
"It has three red lights..."
I kept as accurate the the comment as I possibly could, it's pretty much word for word. THE RULES: 1. You have 24 hours from the time this blog was posted to suggest what happens next. After that, I'll choose the winning comment and the page will then be posted the following week. 2. Try to keep it relatively SFW. 3. You can only make a suggestion once per week. 4. Your suggestion has to fit on one page (although I will occasionally stretch it to two pages).
Now what? What's up with the Burch 360? What is this mysterious game? Does it control the Destructor-toid in some way? How? AND WHERE THE HELL IS NIERO?!Photo Gallery: (2 images)
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