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Dan the Man
by Shy Guy Shawn,posted Apr 19 2010 6:59AM
There has been so many different and innovative video games over the years. With technology and gaming at an all-time high, the video games that are being released are getting better and better with not only its graphics but its gameplay as well.
Sure you got so many games to choose from at your local GameStop (or wherever you go to buy video-games) that are SO realistic in the way they look you almost cant help but wonder how much MORE realistic can they get?
Well i will say...while the graphics have gotten a look thats so much more authentic than video-games in the past...the storyline however, still lacks. Its still to much of a 'fantasy world' when it comes to those video games that feature some kind of plot or objective.
So what if a videogame came out today that REALLY mirrored what life is actually like (all the while having the same beat-the-badguy-up elements to it so as to make it fun to play)
Well...i have a feeling THAT type of game would go something like this...
DAN THE MAN
Ok so the graphics were very '80's' but the storyline is something all to real in todays world (and in the times of the 80's)
Im guessing not too many of you enjoyed watching that (since most of our listeners are female). But alas, could this be how life is for the creator of this videogame?
This 'fake' game was created by a company called StudioJOHO who describe themselves as a "Brisbane based animation production company with a commitment to creating high quality, innovative and catchy work."
Well this game/video is indeed catchy so theyre off to the right track (by tomorrow this video should surpass 1 million views in less than a weeks time since its been uploaded)
I wonder, however, how things would go if the groom played this game the eve before he's about to get married?
Im guessing...it wouldnt go over that well at all.
Not at all.