Upper-Crust Games Satire Features Glaring Continuity Error

Disney's forthcoming, darker reboot of Mickey Mouse caught the eye of the Shouts & Murmurs satire column in this week's New Yorker, the second time in three months the highbrow mag has deigned to poke fun with a video-game purpose.

Major continuity error though: "When Mickey is shown starving to death after the nuclear disaster, and he eats Porky Pig, we feel that Porky should still be alive when his feet are removed." Slick, but I think Porky's under contract to another studio.

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[The New Yorker, thanks John W. Image via The New Yorker]