Today Nintendo unveiled Tomodachi Life, a game that our own Jason Schreier described as "Animal Crossing on Acid". I'm inclined to agree. That trailer was one of the weirdest things I've ever seen come out of Nintendo, complete with avatars of current executives and luminaries acting bonkers.
If you came of age in the 1990s, you probably saw Mad Dog McCree at your local arcade. What you probably didn't see was a game made by the same company called Gallagher's Gallery, starring the psychotic, watermelon-smashing nutjob of the same name.Here's Gallagher generally acting like a jerk at the supermarket:
Frankly, I'm not sure where to begin with this one. Yes, something called a "Soul Nude" combat system, in which using "soul words" leave your opponent naked, is an obvious start. But Gachitora!: Abarenbou Kyoushi in High School also features batting practice, back rubs and, of course, the obligatory fishing game.…