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Pikajew  +   908d ago
Cthulhu Saves the World breaks the fourth wall so much.
fallacious  +   908d ago
There should be a Deadpool game, it would be awesome, god knows how he loves to break the fourth wall.
RchrdJ  +   908d ago
If I remember correctly, he did it a few times during his appearance in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions.
rdgneoz3  +   908d ago
And MUA 2, and in Marvel vs Capcom 3.

Gotta love, http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Abdou23  +   908d ago
I'm sorry did he just describe MGS 1 as bad ?!

I don't even know what to say here....
Relientk77  +   908d ago
Don't listen to him. He's hysterical.
snipes101  +   907d ago
He was saying the examples in the last paragraph were bad examples of breaking the fourth wall, not that the game was bad.
Abdou23  +   907d ago
Even so, they are not.The whole game is amazing and the Psycho Mantis fight was incredible and waaaay ahead of it's time.the whole game was.
snipes101  +   907d ago
He meant that they were not the best examples in the context of the article I'm pretty sure, not the game.
humbleopinion  +   908d ago
Where's The Bard's Tale?
Any where's every Lucasarts graphic adventure game from the golden days?
wallis  +   908d ago
Cool article. I like the abstract approach to topic ideas seen in a lot of recent articles popping up. I like it and the idea of examining the breaking of the fourth wall in games is a great example of paying attention to something that isn't totally banal. Graphics, game X vs. game Y, 8 year late reviews, and sexism seem to be topics of about 80% of the articles I see lately.
pandaboy  +   908d ago
I'm playing dungeon keeper 2 just now and I like this one:

"Your nocturnal perseverance has earned you a secret, GO TO BED!"

it was 3am when I was playing haha!
Asthenos  +   908d ago
Technically TES games break the fourth wall all the time, but it's actually really subtle and included in the lore. There are certain instances like in books where it mentions how the character could stop time mid battle and restore his health (i.e. pausing the game and using a potion). Even some of the characters themselves recognize that they, and the world they live in, exist in a game. It's really cool how Bethesda created all this.

http://thepixelbeat.wordpre...

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