Bullet to the Head of the NRA
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In 2013, the fucking geniuses at EDF2 created a videogame called Bullet to the Head of the NRA, in which the player could shoot Wayne LaPierre, the executive vice-president of the NRA, known for his lulzy press conference after the Sandy Hook Massacre. The videogame was well received at the lefty blogs, and caused massive butthurt to the right-wing blogs. Protip: open the console (~) and type in "sandrabullock" for massive lulz.
—The game's creator,
After the amazing "The Clown Prince Rises" game about the Aurora Theater Shooting, its creator figured it's time to move on to his next project: A game about the Sandy Hook Massacre. Along the way he made a little demo called "Bullet to the Head of the NRA" which was picked up by a right wing talking monkey in a suit named Glenn Beck who bawwed about it on his radio show.
Hannity Gets Trolled
The "news" story was soon picked up by every other shitty website and ended up on television being talked about by Sean Hannity, who didn't get the joke. Note how Tamara Holder uses the game as an excuse to push her liberal agenda, even though it was all done for lulz.
—Some guy on Facebook
In The News
- Article On "The Examiner"
- "Glenn Beck's The Blaze"
- "LA Times"
- "National Review"
- "Digital Journal"
—astute observation, by a Kotaku commenter
The Internet at large saw what was really happening. EDF2 successfully trolled the right, which is apparently takes as much effort as trolling Beliebers. Regardless, the right still has not recovered from the anal devastation.
—Another Kotaku commenter, these guys are good
Senator Crybaby Is Going To Tell On Us To Obama!
It didn't take long for someone in the government with absolutely nothing better to do to catch wind of this. This time the stupidity came in the from of Wisconsin Republican representative and obsessive chin collector Frank James (Jim) Sensenbrenner, Jr. Who took time off from trying to find a way to make his name even longer to send a letter to Black Jesus, asking him to tell the game maker to stop using joke violence to solve disputes, most of all disputes about his god given right to use real violence for that, which was a big shock to everyone, since it's not like Sensenbrenner is the NRA's lap-dog or anything, right?
With the end of his quest to waste the time of the leader of the free world, over a game that looks like it was made with technology from 20 years ago, Sensenbrenner went back to getting ready for this year's Jabba The Hutt lookalike contest.
How To Achieve The Most Epic Headshot Screenshots
First, you need to switch to the camera with Alt+C and then cruise around with it until you finally see something because the default setting is a piece of shit. When you have got a wallpaper-worthy view of the scene that should be posted all over the Interwebs, you want to switch back to your player view to shoot.
First zoom with the faggy controls, either use your mouse-wheel or the 1, 2, and/or 3 key on your keyboard (not your numpad), all of which are bullshit because you would expect zoom levels but each key on its own just toggles the zoom on or off, until you have aimed at the perfect point to hit. Then zoom out again, do the shot and at the exact same time, press Alt+C again to switch to your epic point of view and do a screenshot as soon as fucking possible. Then, you might want to save that piece of art to your hard-disks and maybe add uber lulz captions to it.
Bonus lulz - all the console codes from The Clown Prince Rises still work, so if you type in "sandrabullock", have fun firing multicolored dildos at the NRA faglords. if you type in "mohamedscock", you'll be firing rocket launcher rounds which are still lethal, but the audience nor the faggot at the podium will shut the fuck up if you kill his ass.
After the unrivaled success of the demo, the game's creator announced that he will probably not be finishing the full Sandy Hook game and instead will try to focus on his life (or lack thereof).
—The creator's last words
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