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Folks at work have turned up some other good ones. Both have some funny visuals, but are mostly carried by audio, so [livejournal.com profile] kestrell should be able to enjoy them as well :-)

A game review by a foul-mouther 18 year old girl.

A plea for understanding from a Big Daddy
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Folks at work have turned up some other good ones. Both have some funny visuals, but are mostly carried by audio, so [livejournal.com profile] kestrell should be able to enjoy them as well :-)

A game review by a foul-mouther 18 year old girl.

A plea for understanding from a Big Daddy
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I have raved about Computer Games Magazine here in the past. One of the things I love about them is that every so often (perhaps when their marketing department doesn't sell enough ad space?) they will run ads for games from a little-known german developer called Schadenfreude Interactive. In the past, they've made such classics as Need for Speed Underhill (the first ever crossover of racing games with Lord of the Rings) and its followup Nazgul Thunder, the urban furniture-robbery game Grand Theft Ottoman, and the fantasy flight sim Secret Weapons Over Neverland. Recently they've started competing with Harmonix in the music game subgenre, with their breakout hit Accordion Hero.

The latest issue of CGM has *two* Schadenfreude ads. One is the fairly predictable Accordian Hero II, which is pleasant but hardly surprising. But the other is a never-before-seen mix of genres: NachtMusik.
The first of its kind in Karaoke Survival Horror! Trapped in a haunted opera house, you must sing as if your life depended on it...because it does! Hit all the right notes to get weapon upgrades, from the Tarnhelm to the mighty Tannhauwitzer. Battle ghostly valkyrie, horribly mutated swans, and rapidly decomposing zombie composers by performing selections from the great German operas.

And remember... It’s not over until the boss monster sings.
alexxkay: (Default)
I have raved about Computer Games Magazine here in the past. One of the things I love about them is that every so often (perhaps when their marketing department doesn't sell enough ad space?) they will run ads for games from a little-known german developer called Schadenfreude Interactive. In the past, they've made such classics as Need for Speed Underhill (the first ever crossover of racing games with Lord of the Rings) and its followup Nazgul Thunder, the urban furniture-robbery game Grand Theft Ottoman, and the fantasy flight sim Secret Weapons Over Neverland. Recently they've started competing with Harmonix in the music game subgenre, with their breakout hit Accordion Hero.

The latest issue of CGM has *two* Schadenfreude ads. One is the fairly predictable Accordian Hero II, which is pleasant but hardly surprising. But the other is a never-before-seen mix of genres: NachtMusik.
The first of its kind in Karaoke Survival Horror! Trapped in a haunted opera house, you must sing as if your life depended on it...because it does! Hit all the right notes to get weapon upgrades, from the Tarnhelm to the mighty Tannhauwitzer. Battle ghostly valkyrie, horribly mutated swans, and rapidly decomposing zombie composers by performing selections from the great German operas.

And remember... It’s not over until the boss monster sings.
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Some time ago, I posted a link to a very funny movie trailer that made fun of the typical movie trailer voiceover. I was disappointed to learn that the actor *shown* in the trailer wasn't actually the same person who did the voice. Well, if you want to know what those "famous voices" really look like, and get some giggles in the bargain, check out Five Men in a Limo. (spotted on Mark Evanier's weblog.)
alexxkay: (Default)
Some time ago, I posted a link to a very funny movie trailer that made fun of the typical movie trailer voiceover. I was disappointed to learn that the actor *shown* in the trailer wasn't actually the same person who did the voice. Well, if you want to know what those "famous voices" really look like, and get some giggles in the bargain, check out Five Men in a Limo. (spotted on Mark Evanier's weblog.)

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