On Today's (previously recorded) LIVE Destructoid Show, we tackle the serious issues: whether or not Lollipop Chainsaw is as crazy as it's cracked up to be, the recent slew of WiiWare demos Nintendo just put online, and some Cheap Ass Gamer got himself in Saints Row The Third! Plus: Diablo III approved for a Korean release? Get the full scoop now!
Episode 254 of the Destructoid Show:
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The deliciously ridiculous Lollipop Chainsaw has a new trailer up today, introducing us to the "goth geek" bad guy, Swan. He wants to destroy the world with zombies. Obviously. (Jim Sterling) Read more.
Here's a recap for those who haven't been keeping score. In 2009, Nintendo finally started allowing for developers to release free demos of their WiiWare games. Only five games were allowed to have demos at first, but it was a start. Then a few months later, Nintendo took down all five demos. No one knows why. (Jonathan Holmes) Read more.
Saints Row: The Third players will be able to have Cheap Ass Gamer's CheapyD fighting alongside you starting on January 17! The CheapyD Pack will be a free download and features many lovely phrases from the man himself such as "No one fucks with CheapyD!" (Hamza Aziz). Read more.
The long international nightmare is over. The South Korea Ratings Board has FINALLY approved Diablo 3, clearing it for release in the country.
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