Kotaku - In terms of 'bro' games, I’d thought I’d seen it all. I thought gaming had hit peak bro: the point at which bros could bro no further. I thought we’d fist-bumped, roadie ran and keg-stood our way to humanity's limit. Well, I was wrong.
No, that would be Dudebro II: https://www.youtube.com/wat... Straight-up Dawg Time!
Surely Bulletstorm owns that particular honourific?
Pretty sure Brothers in Arms leads the way here.
How do we measure a game's brotensity? Do we have a scale of some sort?
I don't know if one exists, but it should swing from left to right, maximum Bro-ness to the right and Hipster (you know, weak hand shakes, thick beards, playing vinyl records in the park wearing trousers that are way too short and some kind of funny hat) all the way to the left. edit: http://mashable.com/2012/05...
The guys video is made from the first few minutes of the game and then he doesn't even say what he thinks is the "bro" stuff. From the looks of it, everything is going to be "bro" to him. The first Army of Two game is your pinnacle of "bro".
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