Growing up, Mad Max was one of several films that shaped me, thanks to the SABC being broke and having to show really old movies during the day.We never did find out how Australia and the rest of the world got ragnarocked, and don’t look to Avalanche’s upcoming Mad Max game to answer that question either.
Former legendary game designer and top of my sh$^ list waste of time Peter Molyneux had a grand dream back in November of 2012. It was a vision for a cube that was supposed to be opened on May 21, but much like his entire career over the last decade, he couldn’t even live up to that promise. It was opened last night however.
Thumb cocked to the left. Partial joint pain in digit: First point of attack. Two: Index finger; paralyze movement, stop fragging. Three: heavy Redbull drinker, quick snap to caffeine dispenser. Four: Drag in in right thumb on face buttons, mash progress. Summary prognosis: My new mastery of Mortal Kombat might be attributed to too many hours playing the latest Sherlock Holmes game. Recovery: Dubious at best.
Stranglehold wasnâ€™t one of the better quality titles of the last couple of years but that doesnâ€™t mean it wasnâ€™t fun. In fact it is still one of my top rated games of the entire generation purely because of the fun factor that comes from dodging bullets in slow motion and bursting through a room with white doves flying everywhere.
But was it good enough to get a sequel? A new mystery trailer has now been revealed by Spike TV that may possibly be Stranglehold 2. I donâ€™t actually think it will be but I can dream.