There's not enough satire in video games. It's not a lost art, it's just a missing art because no one really tries. Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard could have been something really interesting. In some respects, it was a success -- there were some legitimately funny lampooning of video game cliches -- but the developers forgot about making a good game, too. With Matt Hazard: Blood Bath and Beyond, an Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network-targeted spin-off, D3 Publisher is scaling back its gameplay ambitions, while retaining its goal to riff on gaming stereotypes.