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Posted on Tuesday, May 28 @ 15:13:29 PST by Jonathan_Leack

The crew of Mega 64 is known in the gaming community for embarrassing themselves for the sake of giving gamers a good laugh. They've crawled through swap meets in Assassin's Creed robes, danced on the San Diego pier to Elite Beat Agents music, and now have brought one of last year's finest games to life: Journey.

Journey was one of the most compelling titles of 2012, but what would it be like to bring such an artistically-crafted game into our complex society? Well, if Mega 64's iteration is any indication, it'd be a hilarious affair with two guys dancing around in red robes, unintentionally frightening bystanders in the process. Most of the reactions are that these two guys are freaks, but there had to be someone out there who recognized the elegant robes and cheerful jumping. Journey broke PSN sales records, after all.

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Why the hate for the bike lane? What has it ever done to you?
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