Yikes. Michael Jackson: The Videogame. (Not to be confused with Michael Jackson: The Videogame.)
“So it’s gonna be a bunch of kids playing with Micheal Jackson? Nothing new there”
You know what I hate most about parodies of twitter’s tagging system? You have to type with no spaces between words, and then your joke gets ruined because it goes off the end of the column. Woe, my fellow Monsters. Unending woe.
You are a gentleman and a scholar, bird
gentlelady! #thanks #thankyouforbeingsofunnyeveryday
Eh, I think I’ll just read a magazine instead.
Y’all remember the Dreamcast? MJ was in Space Channel 5 and Ready 2 Rumble. That was my shit. I used to snap on fools with my boy Afro Thunder. Me and dude was unstoppable.
Beat me to it. What a wonderful game. Bubbles turning Michael into a robot, dancing to defeat enemies, and saving children from gangsters.
Michael Jackson OR Videogames? Clearly, Bing, clearly we can have both.
I can’t tell if this is “too soon” or “too late.”
how about too gay and too white?
Michael Jackson: The Video Game trailer, you guys.
The game play will be just like Pac-Man: the object is to gobble as many little white balls as you can.
Genius by Vodka
Excuse me, Mr. Franco. Refill on coffee? How’s the pie?
i couldn’t help myself
Man, I played MOONWALKER when I was six. It was on the birthday party level of Golfland (the one with all the free games)…but since they were all free, only two of them weren’t broken: Moonwalker and Qbert. I was six, so I had no idea how to play Qbert and I remember even then, playing Michael Jackson and watching him do an 8bit dance to save the children and I thought to myself, “This is a little messed up.”
And I was six.
When i was 7, I once bought 100 tokens at the local Belgrade arcade with all my allowance savings, and played Moonwalker with my friend, until we finished it, with 5-6 tokens to spare (we sucked at playing video games, obviously). I still sometimes have dreams about the game.
I tried to read the article about the Michael Jackson videogame, but I couldn’t take my eyes off this ad:
So this sounds like Second Life only with more glittery military style jackets. I’m a pretty big MJ Fan, but I think I speak for most of us when I say “Nope.”.
Damn, I still haven’t beaten The Room: The Game.
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