Uncle Gary serves up another heaping plate of skeezy in this trailer for Saints Row 2 DLC. We prefer to remember Classic Busey, the one from Psychos ‘R’ Us.
Above: Do you smoke?
The Conduit - Story trailer
Okay, to be fair, the story-based trailer for Sega/High Voltage’s The Conduit is pretty damn impressive. We’ve been anticipating the third-party Wii shooter for quite a while, yet the first few trailers were sloppy by comparison. This time, we get a rapid dose of exposition through blisteringly quick cuts and enough wham-bam gameplay to make us go “Oh damnnnn.” Watch that part where he says “It’s time to go to work” while the main character cocks his gun. That is – dare we say – cinematic. Seriously, with all those title cards intercutting the action, the game appears to have been directed by Michael Bay and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
“How can mankind fight a war the enemy has already won?” That’s the kind of quote summer blockbusters have wet dreams about. Cue chorus rise and whoosh! Gunshots! Whoosh! Explosions! Whoosh! Awesome. Now where the hell is Nic Cage all glossy-eyed saying, “We have to save you, Mr. President.”
For a heaping dose of Michael Bayness, we suggest you check out how awesome his next project is shaping up:
Let's Tap - Party trailer
Ironically, babies often prefer the box a toy came in to the toy itself. Knowing this can save you lots of money.
Sherlock Holmes vs Jack the Ripper - Trailer
This one is particularly interesting in light of yesterday’s revelations about the Zodiac killer. The trailer, however, fails to show us what you’ll actually be doing in the game for, you know, gameplay. It looks like you commit a crime as Jack, then try to solve it as Sherlock. That’s like playing as both the Lakers and the Celtics. Does not compute!
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