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Kimberley Wallace
Deathspank: Thongs of Virtue Review
Must resist urge to make Thong Song reference.
09.29.10 - 3:46 PM

And by the way, men, no thong is full of virtue - it's full of discomfort. Now that that's out of the way, when John Tucker reviewed Deathspank, he liked it so much he bestowed upon it the beloved editor's choice award. Naturally, any follow up had some big shoes to fill. So, when it came time to review Deathspank: Thongs of Virtue, a lot of our staff had interest in the title and not just because it had the word "thongs" in it (although, I'm sure that didn't hurt the cause). In the end, editor Ashton Liu won the rights to review this title. Did he find it just as great as the first Deathspank game or was it lacking? Was it just as humorous or did the humor go too far? Click the link below to find out!


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