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Thrill Kill PS1 E3 1998 Promo Hat

Thrill Kill is hands down my favorite unreleased game of all time. It is a four player PS1 fighting game, full of violence and sexual content. BDSM, fetishes, limb dismemberment, and violent special moves like “Bitch Slap” and “Swallow This”. Good tines. A few weeks before shipping, the game was cancelled by EA because they didn’t want to “publish such a senselessly violent game”, as they felt that it would harm their image. They also stated that they deemed the game so offensive that they would not even attempt to sell the game to be released by another publisher either.

Gameplay consisted of a closed 3D room where up to four opponents would fight to the death, and proceed to finish each other off with Thrill Kills, much like the fatalities of Mortal Kombat. Every attack made will result in a character’s bloodlust to rise. Instead of the usual life bar, characters build up a “kill meter”. Once this meter was full, and therefore bloodlust at its strongest, a player’s character would be electrocuted to give them superhuman strength enabling a Thrill Kill move to brutally slay an opponent, depending on what button was pressed upon grabbing someone.

Speaking of dismemberment, the seller wants and arm and a leg. Or Best offer.

Also:

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PROMO NINTENDO CAPCOM BIONIC COMMANDO METAL LUNCH BOX
1998 SONY PLAYSTATION EMPLOYEE LEATHER SOFT BRIEFCASEThis was my employee briefcase that I was given when I started work at Sony. I was hired in 1998 to work as a merchandising representitve.
XBOX Employee BinderThere were only 200 of these handed out at our first annual training and that was it.
Brand New Xbox 2002 S-Type (Small) Controller From Kiosk + Arm
LOT of 3 Nintendo DS NDS Demo NFR Not 4 Resale Cart Downloadstations
PROMO LOT of Xbox 360 Items. Lanyards Halo 2, Buttons, Turok, Xbox Live + Gotham

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