The television writers may be out on strike, but that's not going to keep Defunct Games from bringing you brand new episodes of DGC On Demand! The year isn't the only thing that's new, because Defunct Games is proud to introduce you to our newest 30 minute TV show. I give you MEGATON, an adventurous romp through the weird, wild and wacky moments found around the internet.
In our very first episode we introduce you to the two main characters of MEGATON. One is a dark character who has been hardened by years of warring. The other character is the land's one true hero, a man who was summoned to keep the evil spirits from taking over the world. Or maybe they'll get to that eventually. This is not your usual RPG-themed TV feature, this is a very special show that is as much about wacky internet clips as it is about these two warriors. Will we see any actual fighting? Will our hero destroy the monsters and free the world from its cloak of darkness? Will anybody actually watch this entire episode? Find out now when you watch the very first episode of MEGATON!
FINAL THOUGHTS: A special thanks goes out to Sega and Climax, makers of amazing 16-bit role-playing games. Another big thanks goes to MacWorld, who has absolutely no idea that we chose their crummy YouTube video as the star of our first episode of Megaton. I would also like to thank Jeff Bell for being that slimy car salesman-type, without his horrendous E3 performance I wouldn't know what to talk about. Thanks to the Activision for hiring Bruce Campbell for the Spider-Man 3 commercial. Big ups to that Japanese TV show that had Bill Gates on to embarrass himself. Thanks GameTrailers.com for supplying some of the video. Thanks Duke Nukem Forever for pointing out just how old I am. And thank you to everybody who decided to watch this little experiment. Happy New Year everybody!