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The Gamepocalypse: what the world would look like without good games

By Rob James | 08 January 2010 | Editorial, Feature, Gamepocalypse | | 5 Comments   

The year is 2010.  A group of video game scientists has recruited our fellow co-host, Mr. Sean Marks, to partake in a vital video game experiment: play as many horrible games as possible in one year and see how much “terrible” one mind can withstand.  The best part: you get to decide what game he plays and when.  Using the handy little poll below, pick which game he should start playing first.  The talented GC examination crew will stock Mr. Marks with Doritos and Pepsi (cause that’s all that will be left in the gaming future we’re simulating) and he’ll record his experience in both blog and podcast form for your enjoyment.

Hell, we might even get in on some of the action, cause we’re gluttons for punishment.

So what are you waiting for.  Go vote and prepare for the “Gamepocalypse!”

The List:

Which game would you like to see me play on tonight's Randomcast?

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5 Comments

  1. Posted by OatBob on 08 January 10 at 8:52pm

    X-play gave Oneechanbara a 1 (out of 5). They DO NOT hand out 1star ratings. I sure hope people don’t pick Jumper. Its boring and ultra-repetitive, but you’ll have played through it and completed all achievements in less than three hours.

    Good luck

  2. Posted by Boris on 08 January 10 at 10:25pm

    Wow, at the time I’m writing this, Two Worlds has -2% of the votes. That’s the mark of a shitty, shitty game in a refined purity to the likes of which I have never seen before.

  3. Posted by R.James on 08 January 10 at 11:13pm

    Okay…a five way tie? We’re going to need some more voters!

  4. Posted by S. Marks on 09 January 10 at 12:28am

    I called it! Box Office Bust……

  5. Posted by Ray on 09 January 10 at 11:50am

    You need to break him with Two Worlds…long and horrible!

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