Proctology: The Game
June 01, 2009

Only on HonestGamers, now you can read all about the latest Wii sensation. It's called Proctology: The Game and it will own your ass!

The cover art alone tells you what to expect: a grueling, butt-wrenching tale of love, lust, betrayal and affordable pricing, all rolled into one scrumptious package and controlled with your Wii Remote. Nunchuk movements optional.

Details are scarce right now--especially since this game exists only in my imagination--but you can count on me to follow up with more juicy details the minute I have them? Or can you?

Probably not. I just don't know when I've ever seen a cover so interesting for a game so transparently lifeless (a dart game sim, and the latest in what is quickly becoming a franchise at that!).

Next time, I'll try to blog about something serious.

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Felix_Arabia Felix_Arabia - June 01, 2009 (07:12 PM)
Does this game employ a magic system like the one found in Nightshade?
honestgamer honestgamer - June 01, 2009 (08:22 PM)
The magic system in this, like in Nightshade, is complete and utter crap.
zippdementia zippdementia - June 01, 2009 (09:07 PM)
Only a bit more literally.
hmd hmd - June 01, 2009 (10:04 PM)
Your attempt at being cheeky really fell on its ass, here. With crap like this, I'm surprised you're not the butt of everyone's jokes around here. I don't mean to be anal here and tell you what you can and can't post, but proctology is not funny. Sorry if that makes me sound like an asshole, but if you don't like it, you can stick it where the sun doesn't shine!
aschultz aschultz - June 01, 2009 (10:13 PM)
Well done.

Say, on one of the levels, is that lovable curmudgeon Dr. Gregory House concurrently messing you up and figuring out his own diagnosis? He really should be in some sort of video game.

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