At this point it almost feels like I'm repeating myself. Blizzard and NetEase have pulled out all the stops to get players in China hyped up for the Warlords of Draenor expansion—so much so that they've just installed an actual Dark Portal in one of Shanghai's busiest subway stations!
Public transportation solves many problems in urban environments. Subways make commuting to work a whole lot more convenient, but what happens when you introduce a group of zombies onto mass transit? Well, as a group of 30 zombies found out in Wuhan, China, a little bit of panic and a little bit of rubbernecking.
Oh dear. You have two very common words, you remove a space, and you end up with name-calling.
Last week an incident broke out in the Beijing subway system. A young woman got into an altercation with her apparent boyfriend over a mobile phone game, it seems. The end result: she dragged the man onto a subway train. But was this just a PR stunt?
I can't think of a more fitting Snacktaku sendoff to 2013 than the Mortal Komband performing $5 Footlong for 12 minutes.
After just a five minute ride on my bike, all of my toppings usually slide to one side of the sandwich. But Nathan Drake still has a pristine sweet onion chicken teriyaki or whatever the hell it is, with perfectly tessellated cheese, I'd bet.
Visit your local sandwich artist if you want a leg up on the competition in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception's multiplayer mode. You can spend the entire month of October ranking up, unlocking in-game items and acquiring Subway-themed goods—including the five dollar footlong taunt.
From now until the end of March, succumbing to that damnable "Five Dollar Foot-Long" jingle could net you some plastic DDR crap and a $10 coupon good towards your next living room-eating dance pad game.