For the menu of today we introduce to you the lovely damsel in distress, Sophie Richards.
Richards Blush Petite
“Fresh, young and clean – begs to be drunk! The charming aroma beggars description: layers of jammy platelets, lymph, venous gore beta globulin, and a round, uncontrived plummy afterglow. The flavor more than lives up to the promise of the nose; lush, seductive and supple. Perhaps a trifle blowsy, but not over-rich. a corpuscular, smooth mouthfeel leaves the tongue aching for more. this may be the perfect libation for the holiday feasting season. Very highly recommended indeed!”
Thanks to avid Sega fan David Gray who gave the tip, a seller named corndogcollectables are selling all 11 prototype toys for over $3,000. Now that’s a mad bargain right there. Here’s a little fun fact of why these prototypes weren’t sold to the market. The main reason was that the first series of The House of the Dead toy line didn’t sell well in order for a second series to be released. Palisade Toys had no choice but to cancel the toy line. Luckly, this is the chance for people to buy them now, if your rich that is. Here are more pictures of the toys.
From a Kotaku rep who is attending the Toy Fair 2012 convention, confirms that a new Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing sequel is in the works for this holiday season with new characters and vehicles. More information on the news soon. For now, what do you guys what to see in ASR? Maybe G and Issac Washington in the Ice Cream Truck, Lisa Rogan in her dusty van, or maybe Goldman’s Building as a track around the city Venice. What do you guys think?
The House of the Dead 2 for the PC is available on the Sega Digital Store’s website for only $9.95 with a Early Childhood rating. Just a minor mistake on Sega’s part and hopefully it’ll get fixed soon. Imagine three year olds working for a secrect government on a mission killing zombies. It could happen.
Here is part two for what is on the menu for today. This time we introduce you to the mysterious AMS agent G.
Liquor Sanguinis della G
“A dry but filling puckery mouthfeel with an intriguing gout de pierre a fusil characterizes this small varietal white. Its problematic, possibly overcomplex, body may take you offguard with the depth of its leukocyte finesse and underklying metallic prickle. The high globulin count recommends thorough decanting, lest the flavor become medicinal. In all, a respectable table blood, at its best with pasta, fish and even pizza for the adventurous palate.”
Hello everyone, today I wanted to show what’s on the menu for today. If you guys ever own a copwoy The House of the Dead for the Sega Saturn, you probably know where this is going. Each day, I will post the menu of the day of all three characters. Our two favorite AMS agents, Rogan and G and the lovely Sophie Richards. Today we’ll start off with Thomas Rogan.
Chateau Rogan No. 9
“This big jug red greets you at uncorking with firm attack – fleshy and full of extract. Plenty of body, with overtones of hemoglobin and rich plasma robustness, but never lumpy or clotted. Its challenging nose is bold and sanguinary, with an aggressive character that demands your full attention. A long, extraordinary ‘serumy’ finish completes the overall effect, making this a must-drink for connoisseur and neophyte alike. Serve with fava beans.”
You heard it, PSN + users can get an early access to The House of the Dead III demo next Tuesday on Feb 7th. So get your PSN + Cards at your local game store and get the taste of zombie action in this demo. Don’t forget that Sega are also bundling six Genesis games for free if your a PSN + member
Source: PS Blogs