The rules are simple, you will be provided with a clue, be it a reference to an obscure NPC, or a particular area, happening, pr otherwise notable part of a popular video/computer game. Sometimes, you're even given an additional hint, to make things even easier. The first one to give the correct answer, wins one point.
And of course, each round's winner walks away with one of our amazing prizes.
Tell 'em what we've got for 'em, Johnny Evilguy.
Johnny: Well, R-man, tonight we have the following amazing and unique prizes that can be taken away by a lucky contestant:
- Respect and Admiration, courtesy of Roffle and the internet community.
- Jack Squat, the one and only.
- A hearty pat on the back.
- Nuts, courtesy of Tommy.
And of course, a free raptor-proofing if your house by Raging Raptor-proofing Inc, because you can never really be safe enough.
Allright! Some amazing prizes there, then! And don't forget, all contestants are also competing for the grand prize, namely the much sought after title of Champion of Teh Intarwebs. During the course of this gameshow, bonus questions may arise that give extra credit towards this ultimate goal, so keep your eyes and ears peeled, people!
Ok! Are we ready to play Name that Game? I can't hear you! That's right, let's go!
Okay, first clue: In this popular Real-Time strategy game, a a brave warrior named Fenix was brutally injured and nearly slain in an enemy attack, crippling him horribly, yet he was still able to return to service.
Hint: Fenix isn't human.
BONUS: This is the first bonus question, for extra credit towards the ultimate goal of being named Champion of Teh Intarwebs! Pay attention!
"Johnny Evilguy" is really an example villain in which game's Builder's guide?
Hint: Not a friend of Tommy's.
Allright, hit the buzzers when you think you have the answer, but remember, a wrong answer may subtract one from your total score, depending on the quality of wrongness.
Let's play Name that Game!