A classic title is back in a whole new way. Learn how you can now play this single-player game with as many friends as you want.
1. Kim Jong Un Stars In Bizarre New Video Game
Kim Jong Un is going to be the star of a new video game that lets players bask in the voyeurism of blowing up evil American forces. In the game, you'll navigate the glorious leader himself (and his unicorn, duh) to victory.
If only more of history's most notorious dictators would come out with video
game versions of themselves. Here are a few winning pitches game makers
absolutely must look into...because isn't there a little murderous, power-hungry
psychopath in all of us?
Assuming the role of Iraq's tyrannical leader, players
navigate a digital desert landscape in search
of a good hiding spot. Talk about an adrenaline rush! This game lets you vicariously experience the pressure
of having a $60 million dollar bounty on your head!
Help Putin complete his daily to-do list by guiding an
avatar of the Russian president (ripped and shirtless, naturally) through his
daily tasks. Challenges include deciding which small, helpless republic's sovereignty to
violate next (pick wisely or you'll get sanctioned and lose points), hang
gliding alongside a flock of endangered cranes, and chasing gangs of
homosexuals across the border (this is a timed task to be completed before all
of Russia's children are turned gay by their propaganda).
Artists will love this game-- in which you get to vicariously
experience what it's like to spread communist propaganda. As Cuba's
awesome-hat-wearing former president, you have to design as many posters with
catchy slogans and pictures of your own face as you can before the CIA makes
you hand over your art supplies.
5. Joseph Stalin
Where in the World is Joseph Stalin?: PC Edition
Oh no! 20th century Russia has been taken over by
21st century hipsters and only you can help Joseph Stalin send them
all to labor camps in Siberia where they belong...but first you have to find him.
In this game, players run around Moscow trying to figure out which mustachioed
douche bag is the gulag-loving Georgian and not a pretentious barista.
Available only on Wii, Hitler's game is a terrific
interactive workout that gets players off the couch and on their feet. They'll goose step their Hitler avatar along the German army's route of European
invasions during WWII. Once you've invaded a city, you can't move on to the
next before giving 20 Nazi-salutes, so your arms will be toned in time for