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Life sucks, and we know it. And when you're hauling yourself out of bed on an icy morning, lugging home heavy bagfuls of shopping or struck by some mystery - but explosively liquid - ailment, it's only natural to forlornly wish that things could be improved. "If only live was like a videogame," we might sometimes be heard to whisper to ourselves. Without the mass murder and casual violence, of course.
Superman is super. The Fantastic Four are freakin' fantastic. Hulk... well, Hulk smash. But what of the other individuals out there who fight crime without the innate ability to fly, conjure flame, or talk to dolphins? With nary a drop of mutant DNA, gamma rays, or alien elixirs, these are the heroes that get picked last in all the Justice League kickball games.
Some gaming TV commercials like to play it sober, delivering a no-nonsense, easy-to-understand message to potential customers. And good for them. However, we tend to prefer televisual adverts that stumble wildly about on our screens like intoxicated hedgebeasts, crashing recklessly into our brains and making us dribble on the remote. Adverts like these...
Videogames, television and movies frequently overlap. With so much cross pollination, you'd think the biggest and best film franchises would have respectable game adaptations by now, but that's just not the case, is it? Sure there are a handful of successful tie-ins, but many series flop around for years, seeing game after terrible game created with little or no regard for the source material. Well, we're sick of it.
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