*This is the slightly-updated version of the game.*
A very interesting homebrew game came our way recently. DreaDNoughT wrote to us about this game that he has worked on called "Hackers Vs Sony". The good developer slaved on this one for a week and the game is well, you guessed it- hackers going up against the Sony people.
This one is a megaman style game and you must fight the evil Sony minions so as you can go deeper and deeper within the recesses of the Sony HQ and destroy the ultimate boss that blocks beloved homebrews. The Sony coders take the form of bluish, alien like creatures heavily armed with their weapon-- the Sonylight. You, as the hacker, take the form of a bird and you must defeat them with your
own weapon-- the butterball.
Now, if only this applies to real life.
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