|| by bombMexico 04/28/2005, 12:54am PDT
||short answer yes, long answer durrrrrr
American McGee, noted game designer who adds a skewed and inspired touch to each of his projects (see American McGee's Alice), is overseeing another ambitious project: Bad Day L.A.
the retarded emphasis is mine, but i still think the interviewer is a sarcastic little shit that hates his job. I mean, really, putting "American McGee" and "ambitious" in the same sentance? Sabotaging an interview is one way to get fired, but stealing shit or not showing up will get the same results with a lot less effort.
American McGee wrote:
"Bad Day L.A. will give gamers a one-of-a-kind experience -- from the astonishing graphical art style to the atypical storyline
the art is cell shaded and the storyline is about shooting zombies, but put them together and its ONE OF A KIND. McGee is going to have to put his dark soul of twisted darkness into overdrive while churning this one out.
"Bad Day L.A. features awesome combat, a variety of mission scenarios, and a main character whose constant cynical wisecracking and 'every man for himself' attitude make him one of the most hilarious and politically incorrect game 'heroes' to date. Bad Day L.A. is sure to offend half of America while giving the other half a much-needed escape from their everyday fears."
its like....its like some sort of insane shooting gallery of uninspired quotes!
IGN: How would you describe the comba-
IGN: In four words or dumber, describe the main hero.
Players take the role of Anthony Williams, former talent agent and now a disgruntled homeless man.
while this may not sound like it would offend half of you, the hidden secret offensive part is that you're playing as a black action hero! read that last part again, this time without subconsiously substituting the words "action hero" with "drug dealer." That's so edgy, i feel cooler just having read it.
i also noticed that this isn't a twisted fairy tale game. Somebody finally told him being known as Todd McFarlane's American McGee wasn't scoring him any points, no matter how big and leather covered he made Cinderalla's tits. Someone needs new business cards!
final proof ign writer has just given up
Available games in this genre:
1. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory -- Limited Collector's Edition (Xbox)
2. Yoshi Touch & Go (DS)
3. Jak 3 (PS2)
4. Psychonauts (Xbox)
either Psychonauts really sucks or its in the same genre as Bad Day, that being VIDEOGAMES
like a fat black woman in a maze of poorly drawn, smoking cars, this game has rendered me speechless
does American McGee still hate you? by 04/28/2005, 12:54am PDT
TAKE THE SICK KID TO AMBULANCE. by 04/28/2005, 1:14am PDT
ps by 04/28/2005, 1:20am PDT
Re: ps by 04/28/2005, 1:10pm PDT
Hopefully, he'll fuck up so bad no one will clone GTA 3 again! NT by 04/28/2005, 5:20am PDT
GTA meets Doug by 04/28/2005, 9:45am PDT
So let's count. 1. Black 2. Homeless 3.Veteran(?) by 04/28/2005, 5:23pm PDT
Is this a lithtech 1.0 game or something? What the hell? NT by 04/28/2005, 3:14pm PDT
Contour lines are _not_ lazy cell shading. They are EDGE! NT by 04/28/2005, 3:55pm PDT
Something I just noticed by 04/28/2005, 5:21pm PDT
Re: Something I just noticed by 04/28/2005, 5:40pm PDT
Wait, I'm confused. Is that Bad Day LA again? NT by 04/28/2005, 5:49pm PDT
WA WA WA WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA NT by 04/28/2005, 6:30pm PDT
Re: does American McGee still hate you? by 04/28/2005, 6:38pm PDT
Re: does American McGee still hate you? by 04/28/2005, 9:16pm PDT
There is a local morning show in Los Angeles called by 04/28/2005, 11:20pm PDT
So it's American McGee's edgy version of Postal? NT by 04/30/2005, 8:39am PDT
American McGee's Conker's Bad Fur Day in Postal LA NT by 04/30/2005, 9:35am PDT
update by 09/30/2005, 2:40am PDT
Spot the "tell" that their illustrator is gay by 09/30/2005, 3:24am PDT
That billboard is all kinds of awesome humor by 09/30/2005, 4:01am PDT
Also it looks like this isn't a zombie game anymore. by 09/30/2005, 7:22am PDT
I want everyone to make a fist and look at their thumb by 09/30/2005, 10:40am PDT
Good eye NT by 09/30/2005, 11:55am PDT
Re: update by 09/30/2005, 7:08pm PDT