When I think video games, I think three things: 1.) “Dude, you still need to get a new Wii to replace the busted one,” 2.) “I can’t wait for the new ‘Twisted Metal’ game to come out,” and 3.) “When will G4‘s Olivia Munn let me sip her?” Olivia may be annoying, but she’s smoking hot and graces the bedroom walls of thousands upon thousands of geeks. Not this geek, but other geeks.
You know, my favorite game back in 2003 was Xbox’s “All-Star Baseball” game. The one with Jeter on the cover. Man, you could download severe metal songs onto that Xbox and you were able to select your own entrance music when you were taking the plate. It was awesome. Nowadays, metal’s so accepted as part of the video game culture, games comes with awesome soundtracks already.
Mastodon and Lamb of God will be featured in the forthcoming game “Splatterhouse.” The game is being developed by Namco, the company that brought us PS1 users “Tekken.” That games was sick. But there’s other bands on the game, some of which might surprise you.
Bands like Five Finger Death Punch, The Haunted, High On Fire, Municipal Waste, Goatwhore, Cavalera Conspiracy, and Terrorizer. Fucking sick, dude. Look for “Splatterhouse” for the PS3 and XBox 360 starting November 23.
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