Blizzard's unstoppable fantasy MMORPG teams up with the legendary puzzle game Tetris to create an immersive online world where players from around the world roleplay any character they can imagine, as long as that character is made of four contiguous squares.
Players can cooperatively raid with up to 40 others by trying to fit with them into numerously creatively shaped dungeons in the most efficient way or they can participate in massive battles where they have to push enemy players into organized rows to cause them to disappear.
Or they can roleplay having sexual relations with other characters. We're not going to judge.
If you think about it, these two top franchises actually go pretty well together. Despite how cutesy Pokemon look in cartoon form, attempts to bring them into real life range from creepy:
To horrifying examples of animal abuse:
In Resident Evil: Pokemon, one insane biotech firm decides to genetically engineer actual Pokemon, reasoning that they will make a mint selling these abominations to millions of Pokemon addicts. As always happens whenever anyone tries to invent anything in a video game, it goes terribly wrong.
The resulting Lovecraftian horrors break loose, longing only for death to release them from their unnatural, tortured existence, but in their blind fury, they murder and devour left and right, leaving the laboratory a charnel house of gore and death.
As Leon, you must find and destroy every specimen lest any trace of the plague remain (slogan: "Gotta kill them all.")
Fun for the whole family!
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