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Atari Jaguar Gets New Game: is It Still April 1st?

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Developers Force Design recently announced that pre-orders are now available for their video game Mad Bodies, a game for the Atari Jaguar. That’s right, the very same Atari Jaguar that’s been out of production since 1996. Madness.

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Before you get up to check your calendars or the stability of the fabric of our existence, may I remind you that the Jaguar has a dedicated homebrew community , so this news isn’t as insane as it sounds. What’s that? Just a moment — we have just received breaking news folks: this news is definitely as insane as it sounds: Force Design worked on the game for 8 whole years. Eight years. As in from Pentium III to Quad Core eight years. For an Atari Jaguar game. My god.

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And in case you’re still unsure if the guys at Force Design do indeed snort Kool Aid crystals, here’s the tagline for their game: “… the game for the Atari Jaguar that will always get some bodies mad. It wouldn’t be MADBODIES if nobodies get mad!” I guess not, Force Design; I guess not.

Oh and the game is priced at $80 USD. So yeah. It’s the sweetest of deals; the only thing sweeter would be Duke Nukem Forever. Go to the Force Design’s website and pre-order it, then go to eBay and look for the damn console.

[GameSetWatch via Kotaku]



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