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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by dice, Oct 16, 2009.
The cover is a complete mess. EVERYTHING looks shopped. Even the hat.
Yeah, I laughed at that. Did they have to make such cheap shovelware that they couldn't even hire a random nobody to dress up like a retard and snap a picutre?
Yay! Been waiting for this...
Well considering Koala's are quite ferocious and we haven't heard about a video game company getting sued for a woman being mauled by one after a camera flash it's not hard to guess it was shopped.
I thought they ate leaves. Anyway shovelware is funny these days.
Very much incorrect. Didn't you know all use Aussie's keep Koala's as pets and we all have our own Skippy's we ride to school every day.
Honestly though, you can generally pick up the tame ones in zoo's, but they can be very much dangerous in the wild. My only issue with this cover, however, is that country chicks are never, ever, that hot....
Yeah, dingo stole me baby lol
She's not hot, wth. She looks like a regular ugly, too fat county gal.
THQ games should be prohibited by law.
lmao at the koalas evil glare
What a horrible cover. Let me guess, it would be full of quotes like 'Crikey' and the like.
And.. not all country chicks are fat and ugly... Yes alot are, but not all.
I doubt its legal to keep a koala since they can only eat certain types of eucalyptus. Its probably sterotypical against Australians too.
EDIT: In the background you can see two tigers killing somehing. xD
Yes, it is illegal to keep them as pet since they are an endangered species. Not because of what they eat. There are over 650 different types of eucalyptus trees, but they can only eat 50 different types... well depends on what part of australia they are living.
Also, in the background, they are NOT two tigers killing something, lol. They are actually 'Numbats'. Or people call them 'marsupial anteaters'. They are quite harmless and mainly eat termites. /END education.
most animal-related ads for australians (including bags) represent the koala...
i dont believe it! ppl actually know about australian animals to tht extent (referring to above)