Some video game
developers just seem to have been dealt a bad hand, but few have luck as bad as
Whoopee Camp. The company made two late 90s Playstation games: Tomba,
and its not-quite-as-good-but-still-solid sequel. Critics loved both games, but
audiences ignored them, and the company went bust in 2000 after only three
years of existence.
Normally, my reaction to a Devil May Cry trailer is, "Mmm. Dante." Because normally, Dante looks like this. The latest DMC trailer made me say, "Huh! I guess my waif-like gay best friend can finally cosplay Dante!"
Not the reaction they wanted, I'm guessing.
There's a new rhythm game on the shelves; you may have heard the talk. We liked it (check the review here), and we weren't the only ones. DJ Hero's turntable and game set is going for $120: a worthy purchase, but a bit steep for gamers pressed for cash. This is where we come in.
Just fill out this form and you'll be entered to win a free copy of DJ Hero for the Playstation 2 .
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