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Friday, March 26, 2004

Non-Political Entry 

Okay, now, as some of you may know, I used to really be into video games. Like, to the point where I probably could have used a Seven-Step program to break the addiction.

Luckily, the video game companies made such a program unnecessary by releasing a lot of crappy games for about 12 years. Now, there are a few exceptions. For example, the Final Fantasy series was fantastic, up until the tenth installment. Legend of Zelda was great until they retooled the series into 3-D for N64, then into weird polygonal cartooniness for Gamecube.

One of my favorite games of my childhood was Sam and Max Hit the Road, a comical game made by LucasArts, who mostly makes boring Star Wars based games, beloved by those who accept the fact they will never touch a real women. Apparantly, these Star Wars games cost a lot of money. So much so that they cancelled the long-awaited sequel to Sam and Max.

Now, honestly, after the last two Star Wars movies, are there really any Star Wars fans even left?! Anyhoo, if anyone else remembers this admittedly obscure game, and wants to work to save the sequel without actually putting in any effort, simply fill out this online petition. Thank you, and goodnight. Or, afternoon. Or whatever.

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