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Farting Nudist
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posted 07-17-2003 06:18 PM      Profile for GenyaA310   Email GenyaA310   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Here we will take movies and make them into video games.

Hannibal developed by EA and the creators of Mary Kate and Ashley Olson's 16th Birthday
EA invites you to experience a real life foray into the horror that is Hannibal. The two playable characters in the game are Hannibal and Clarice. As Hannibal, to survive he must find people in alleys to eat and have an ultimate showdown with Clarice. As Clarice, you create a scrapbook of all your pictures of Hannibal because to be true to the movie, Clarice is obsessed with Hannibal. Then in interactive cutscenes the player gets to see Hannibal eat more people. Now isn't that amazing and revolutionary.

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posted 07-18-2003 03:27 AM      Profile for veloS     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
This could actually be a cool thread. The Hannibal ‘game’ sounds really stupid, though.

Also, Shadow's kicking Wario's ass right now. Why again?

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