In the aptly named Tea Party Zombies Must Die players get a chance to mow down a shambling horde of conservatives and Tea Party politicians while hanging out in a baricaded court yard decorated with over-the-top, anti-Obama slogans.
People might want the Alaska politician-cum-celebrity's autograph, but maybe just not on an Xbox 360 for a million bucks. Ask David Morrill, who apparently spent the last two years trying to sell one.
Election Day was yesterday, but so what, none of these politicians in NBA Jam were candidates. When the game hits the Xbox 360 and PS3, it will have the same roster - and unlockables - as the Wii version.
I'd love to know which common foe it is that united these arch-nemeses. Picture by longtime Kotaku reader and former comment ombudsman Shiraz Malik at San Diego Comic-Con 2010.
Not Sarah Palin, don't start, we're not going there again, no Sarah Palin, no, no, no. Bayonetta designer Hideki Kamiya has someone else in mind. And it's not me. Sadly.
The PayPal, you see, she could not handle a payment of $1.1 million. That's why this Xbox 360 said to be autographed by
Bayonetta Alaska's ex-governor was pulled from eBay. Not because eBay items at this price are usually b.s.
Bayonetta, the over-the-top action brawler from Platinum Games, just got bumped into January 2010, Sega announced this morning.