I know that I will at least rent any game based on Aqua Teen Hunger force - and I'm guessing that kids will go for the Cartoon Network ones. I'm a little leery of TV licensed games in general (Anyone remember the Rugrats or Beavis and Butthead games) but these shows seem to be different enough that it may work.
Willful ignorance of science is not commendable. Refusing to learn the difference between a credible source and a shill is criminally stupid.
Step one: cancel Brak Show. Step two: make Brak Show video game. Step three: profit???
I've got a little ATHF mini game on my Verizon phone (Can you play me now?) and it's cute enough for something that merely involves Meatwad hurling objects across the street. Whether the humor can translate into a full-length game remains to be seen, but I imagine it'll be worth a rental at least.
Hierarchy of Deities: Bryan Fuller > Sarah Vowell > Roger Ebert > Albert Pujols > Dee Brown > God
So, um, I don't want you to believe everything you hear at the parent-teacher conference, okay, 'cause...they lie. And they exaggerate. That's why they're teachers, right? Those who can't, right, Mom? Those who can't.
PS3 Retail Releases (Tuesday) - Dead Space 3 - Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time PSN Store Update (Tuesday) PS3 Full Games - Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time ($39.99, Cross-Buy – receive the PS Vita version) - Dead Space 3 ($59.99) - Fist of the North Star 2: