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The most horrifying TGS trailer ever: Wan! Tertainment: Music Channel


5:52 PM on 09.29.2007



Those with good memories will remember that Nick Chester, Destructoid's Editor-in-Chief, stated that he was most excited about a DS title called Wan! Tertainment: Music Channel. I didn't think much of it at the time, but now that I've seen this horrific trailer from the 2007 Tokyo Game Show, I fear for Nick, Destructoid, and the future of video gaming.

What the hell is this? I mean, I know what it is: it's a collection of mini-games for the Nintendo DS. That doesn't stop me from shivering and constantly looking over my shoulder. Did they really make this? Why are the dogs dancing? Is this really a video game, or is it just an elaborate, internet-wide prank that the world is pulling on me?






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