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We Review: God of War: Ascension

Kratos is back. But he might not be the same person you remember from the tumultuous goings-on in God of War III. God of War: Ascension isn’t a continuation; it is actually a prequel to the original game that takes place a few months after Ares played a trick on our anti-hero. Kratos is reeling from his mistakes and hounded by visions. The Ghost of Sparta is pursued and imprisoned by the three great Furies for breaking his blood oath to Ares. Breaking free from his shackled nightmare, Kratos takes his first steps on the long and bloody road to freedom and redemption.

Game Reviews

We Review: The Darkness II

There are few things more awesome than controlling demonic tentacle arms with murderous intent, accompanied by a dwarf-sized gargoyle sidekick who wears the union jack like a dress and has a cockney accent to match. Unless of course said tentacles come with a disturbed inner voice and a mind of their own. The Darkness II offers you all of this, in a familiar yet unique presentation. Find out what I thought of it after the break.

Awesomeness Risqué Weirdness

Dead Sexy Zombie Pin-Ups

Lord, where are my braaaaiinnsss at? Six months through 2010 and I just remembered about the dead sexy girls that grace My Zombie Pinup’s yearly calendar.

It’s vintage 1950s pin-ups versus classic zombies. We know you’d hit that…with a spade. See this years’ Miss Zombie January through to Miss Zombie December after the jump – possibly NSFW on the account of necrotic flesh.

Arty Cautionary Tales Weirdness

The Twisted, Violent Worlds of Charlie Immer

This is beautifully gross. Flights through other worlds can often be whimsical, but Charlie Immer is tired of that stereotype. The worlds created by this artist and illustrator from New York are harrowingly dangerous, where the creatures in the scenes are about to meet their end in a most brutal and gory way. Danger lurks around every corner, a cautionary tale indeed.

Have a look at some of his art after the jump.

Cautionary Tales Video Clips

Violence Is Not The Answer

Remember that local TV ad where two ladies were fighting over the last copy of Heat magazine on the rack? It’s child’s play compared to the one created for Jungstil, a German online fashion retailer.

Whilst the premise is not exactly original, the video uses ultra-violence and gore to poke fun at the stereotypical shopping-obsessed woman. It’s all fun and games til someone loses an arm.

Check it out below or watch it in HD at YouTube.

[via ThrashCowboy666]

Movies Video Clips Weirdness


Oh my. I don’t know where to begin, so I’m going to toss out some things at you:

Armpit katana | ass sword | face chainsaw | acidic lactation | bust machine gun | geisha tank transform | geisha missile | shrimp dagger

If you think any of these make good ingredients for a movie, then you’re going to love Noboru Iguchi’s scifi/horror/comedy flick RoboGeisha about a bunch of beautiful fembots that can kill you dead with an assortment of “interesting” weapons. The trailer is totally outrageous, hilarious, grotesque, and bizarre – see it below [probably NSFW].

What did you think – is it made of awesome or predictably Japanese? Drop us a comment.

[via Asylum]

Arty Weirdness

Zombie Pin-Ups: Where Beauty Eats BRAAAAIINNS

Brains are an acquired taste, and My Zombie Pin-Up showcases pin-ups who not only like brains, but would love to eat them too. Completely awesome and slightly disturbing at the same time.

Hit the jump to see Miss Zombie January through to Miss Zombie December.