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January 29, 2007

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Cris

Yeah.. but... no... b..

actually, no, i can't even bring myself to quote the catchphrases... this will either be the most amazing supprise of a game, or the biggest pile of poop since the word "merchandising" was invented

My 2p is on my latter.

bob

How odd. I never would have imagined a game based on LB. From what little I've seen of the show (I never found it particularly compelling, myself), it seems to be based on a set of reoccurring characters who are humorously premised, rather than on anything they do. So there isn't anything in the show to inform the gameplay, but I suppose the game would be populated by familiar characters. Seems a bit thin.

[I'm still waiting for the video game version of Ingmar Bergman's "Persona." The game would be set up exactly the same way, only you'd pick a character and then spend the rest of the game not sure which one you are.]

Tom

The game plays like absolute shit you know. There's really no redeeming features. In fact, what makes it more annoying is that the characters keep spouting their catchphrases and there's only a very limited range of samples used. Gets RIGHT on your nerves.

"Yeh, Ah know..."

J

Horrible show. So horrible, I felt compelled to note it in a comment.

Kevan

Sounds quite similar to the Viz game from 1991. Particularly with that screenshot...

Cris

i remember the Viz game!!

Odd cos i was only 9 in 1991....

edcrane

A game based on Peep Show would be good, it being all first-person and everything.

kim

Hmm, the show looks like a cross between Kids in the Hall and a French Canadian show called Les Bougon:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Les_Bougon

Whatever it is, I'm sure the game is just grabbing a popular license and throwing some overdone game themes around it. (see the recent screenshots on the Jackass game, for example)

bobbie

Seems I wasn't alone in remembering the Viz game, then... god knows how awful a LB game would be. I can hardly contemplate the terror.

muzzi

little britain game? YEY! havent bought the game tho...YET! And omg i can believe you just said that! cos little britain game is better than a game from the early 90s or something not that i was even alive but i do know this peran who was like so toatly around in the 90s actually and he says the games were rubbish then, so shut up!

muzzi

me and andy think little britain rules yey! woot!

nathaniel evans

this syte is mint!

Tom

Is muzzi actually Vicki Pollard?

Shadowgoo

Little Britain!!!! Yay!
I didn't know it had a game...
Seems a bit odd, but the show is hilarious!

tom

this game is cool n any1 who duzen like it is gay so yer...but no... but yer......b do u wan me to rob anythin ohh you can have the baby got more of dem at home!

billy

IM the only game in the vilage!!!!THIS GAME IS A BEAST AND PEOPLE WHO DONT LIKE IT ARE ABSOLUTLEY THICK IVE GOT IT N ITS BOSS SO DONT SAY ITS CRAP COZ IT AINT!!!!!!!!!

Kevin Mickson

Its a piece of crap and i can pick 10 games from 1989 better than it right now.

Final fight,Chase HQ, Crime City, Dangerous Seed, Darius II, E Swat Cyber Police, Final Lap 2, Golden Axe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Super Monaco GP, Tecmo World Cup.

Thats more than ten actually. Kids who play this crap sicken me.

anonymous

Muzzi, you're a friggin idiot. You must know next to nothing about videogames in the early 90's: ever heard about a little something called the Super NES? Super Metroid, Super Mario World, Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Final Fantasy III, Chrono Trigger, Super Mario RPG; get a bloody grip, you moron.

Other

none of those games were based on tv shows now were they?

is a crap game based on lb better than no game based on lb?

if anything, compare this to the family guy game.

Marc

The game's nice, but that's that. It was hilarious when I played with some friends of mine (all fans of LB) after a few beers.
But when you don't like or don't even know the show (and/or are sober) then the game's rubbish. I think ;)

this is a way good programme

hi

Lou

kudos. I love andy pipkin.

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