DC Quake cause discovered!

I have found out what really caused the earthquake yesterday.


As some of you know, this week is very important to the Indie Game marketplace in the fact that it is the Indie Game Summer Uprising. Actually I am pretty sure Microsoft is quite unaware of it because they have not advertised it one bit. So I have come to the conclusion that the Earth wanted the 3rd game in the IGSU, Cute Things Dying Violently, released so bad that it literally shook with anticipation. The Earth only had about 7 hours to wait for release, which is like a second in Earth time, but it still wanted the game (the pre-IGSU pick by me to be the best game of the IGSU) released ASAP. Obviously the Earth was slightly unsuccessful, because none of us understand Earthese, but now the game is released and the Earth shouldn’t shake on the East Coast for awhile.

So there you have it, the cause of all the hublah yesterday. The Earth managed to contain itself a little to the point that no power went out, that way people would be able to play CTDV to their hearts content. Some people even get to play through today due to extreme over reaction. Good ole Earth helping us out.

In other news IndieGamerChick has put up a review already. Thats dedication my friends.

Here is what I have so far: My First Impressions


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2 Responses to DC Quake cause discovered!

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