Is this for real? Dolphin guns, half naked chicks, banana stabbing

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Is this for real? Dolphin guns, half naked chicks, banana stabbing

Of course it is not for real but it is part of the game Ghost Squad. I never considered to check out the game Ghost Squad (For Nintendo Wii, to be released end of November 2007) nor was it my plan until 10 minutes ago where I saw one insane in-game video.

This should be from unlocked Paradise Mode. The movie features guns formed as Dolphins, shooting water bubbles, killing with banana (down the throat) and jet skies looking like swans. If anyone thinks this is the ‘soft’ version of the game; then think again as it actually rather brutal.

So did this make me consider getting the game; nope… I need to see more from the ‘real’ game. I wonder if the developers had a good laugh when they did this part of the game; must have been a good change in the normal boring work.

Watch the movie at your own risk. Do not blame me if you end up having nightmares or wet dreams because of this…

5 thoughts on “Is this for real? Dolphin guns, half naked chicks, banana stabbing

  1. Japan has severe censoring laws, no knives/guns…kinda like Germany with no blood/guts/gibs. Although, yes, it would be amazing to see a game with banana knives.

  2. This is old this is a arcade game that is actually pretty damn awesome it doesnt start getting stupid till MUCH later in the game but that makes it all the more fun, next time I goto my local bowling alley and play it I’ll post the name of it ;)

  3. The arcade game is called Ghost Squad. It’s a really great on the rails shooter. You hold assault rifles, can change rate of fire with a switch, and you have an interaction button to defuse mines, secure hostages, and other stuff.

    This is pretty much a port of it with some extras for the console.

  4. Ah, interesting. Didn’t know it was a ‘port’ from the arcades. Then again, I don’t see much of arcade games here in Switzerland :)
    Thanks for the info.

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