The game is entitled “Sadie’s Story” and it unfolds in audio form as the human soldiers hunt down the enemy Covenant aliens in the future African city of New Mombasa. Elan Lee, head of Fourth Wall Studios and a veteran of alternate reality games, confirmed that Sadie’s Story is a joint effort between Bungie’s Joe Staten and Fourth Wall Studios.
This “Whatever Martha" show is astoundingly bad. It’s old episodes of Martha Stewart with her bitchy privileged daughter and her daughter’s airhead friend watching and providing snotty repetitive commentary through the lens of a trifling valley girl, pop culture references where they forget what the thing is they are referencing, and failed attempts at craft projects.
This is what the teabagers see when they look at liberals, isn’t it?
“Bungie has released a new “ViDoc” featurette on the design of Halo 3: ODST and in it I just noticed an interesting… reference? nod? schtik? game mechanic? Apparently as you’re walking through the abandoned city some of the payphones will start ringing, and if you pick up you get placed in contact with a damaged AI.”—anton_p_nym: Curious symmetry
“Two Australian girls, lost in a storm drain, recently used their cellphones to update Facebook to alert people about their predicament rather than calling emergency services. Some reports indicate they also took the time to complete a “Which Smurf Are You Quiz,” and got the result “Dangerously Oblivious Smurf.””—Alt Text: Social Media, Your Constant Friend in Any Crisis
“There are lots and lots of friendly people, and many ladies who wear only face paint. And everybody smells weird, like a combination of body odor and some perfume that also smells like body odor.”—Happy DragonCon/PAX everybody.