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Bizarre Kim Jong-Un Video Game

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If you thought Duke Nukem Forever was tasteless and barely playable, we have potentially harrowing footage of a forthcoming game to rival all that, and it stars Kim Jong-Un... on a unicorn.

Yes, in what could be the most ill-thought out 16-Bit platformer since we hammered Robocop Versus Terminator back in the 90s, Glorious Leader! is a retro style game in which gamers are able to assume command of the Uzi-lugging North Korean dictator as US tanks roll into Pyongyang.

If it wasn’t so satirically daft (or if the ‘hero’ didn't ride a dolphin in his fight against capitalism), the game might even be classed as propaganda. Although you’ll have to wait for its release on PC and mobile platforms later this year to find out who the final boss will be.

Our money’s on Obama.

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