One of the greatest things about this piece of DLC is the addition of gorgeous new vistas; a tenuous rope bridge over a yawning chasm of ice, a snaking path leading to a secret ancient grove and a stoic fort standing amidst blinding sunlight spilling into a canyon… just to name a few. Bethesda really does create a beautiful playground with Skyrim and this is not lacking in their DLC.
Look, I’m not for or against PeTA. I’m heavily in favor of the proper treatment of animals, but I also like a hamburger now and again. I think PeTA has a worthwhile message but at times can be a bit…out there. I also have numerous vegetarian and vegan friends and we all get along well. One of them (who joins in on this very site) is 100% vegan, yet works in a butcher shop. An amazing one for that matter in Brooklyn which promotes getting the right meat and not the over processed crap from a million farms or what not.
So when PeTA combats the evils of Super Meat Boy, a popular platformer on XBox Live, it gives me a bit of a chuckle. Really? How did they do it? They made a game called Super Tofu Boy. Essentially a cracked take on the bloody platformer where Tofu Boy saves his girlfriend from being kidnapped by her jealous ex, Meat Boy.
It’s a funny way to say go veg and it indirectly shined a light on Super Meat Boy to people who may have not discovered the game anyway.
Then, according to Joystiq, Team Meat responded by saying they found it flattering, but I guess meat boy wanted to say something himself:
You gotta love it. Hopefully everyone can keep a sense of humor like this.