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The Most Violent Game Console Is... The Wii??

Posted on Thursday, January 11 @ 17:51:50 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
And, no, I'm not talking about throwing the Wiimote through your TV. Just check out this video from the The Godfather: Blackhand Edition.

I mentioned in my review of Twilight Princess that I wished Link would swing his sword the same way I waved the controller, and it looks like that's exactly what The Godfather is trying to do. Except what sounds like a goofy romp when your target is a Dodongo, takes on a much more visceral edge when you're smacking around a stoolie and pushing him off a balcony. The possibilities are disturbing.

I hope they get it right, because it looks like fun, but man does that look like a game that deserves it's "M" rating. The Wii is about to grow up real fast when it joins The Family.

I really hope they never make a Hannibal Lecter game for the Wii.

 

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