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In the third of our semi-regular Photoshop Mash-up features, GamesRadar imagines what would happen if games and TV shows collided. Enslaved By The Bell? My So Called Half-Life? These awful puns and more can be found inside, all beautifully realized via the medium of Photoshop.
Obviously a lot of video game environments are dangerous. But that's usually because they're full of monsters and SWAT teams and robot dinosaurs. These places however, would be health and safety nightmares whether there was a video game going on in them or not. Someone call an inspector.
The tragic flip-side of increasingly ambitious video game narrative is when for whatever reason (more often than not an MIA sequel) an otherwise brilliant and rewarding story goes unfinished. So we've decided to help. We've decided to get you some closure by working out how nine of these unfortunately in-limbo tales should have ended. We've even done pictures to help you imagine.
Bet you didn't know that Beyond Good & Evil was a BioShock Infinite prequel...
To each their own. Some people love it when a game is mercilessly difficult; others will simply walk away if the going gets overly tough. These are the fantastic games that more people could enjoy with the simple addition of an Easy mode...
Whoever placed these traps was a dastardly villain indeed...
A lot of video game locations, for reasons of gameplay and tone, are awful places. A lot of them, for the sake of realism, have people in them. These people are idiots. Yes, moving house is stressful and traumatic, but sometimes staying put is far, far worse.
Sticky grenades stick to the face quite well
Boldly go where no zombie superheroes have gone before in our review of April's new releases...
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