Excerpt: Tonight’s the night. Weeks of careful preparation and overindulgent spending finish here. You’ve got the music, alcohol, and even the pay-per-view boxing on stand-by. It’s time to see just how popular you are. Over one hundred invites sent, you wait cautiously by the front door that mutters discontent at its balloon covered surface, echoing the naivety of a pimple stricken teenager. Surely someone will turn up?
Excerpt: It's possibly the laziest development concept for a videogame ever: a quiz show with absolutely no questions, challenges or content, putting the onus entirely on the players to come up with stuff instead. It's almost like us putting out a copy of ONM with completely blank pages and a pack of crayons. In any case, Bakushow sounds like a disaster waiting to happen, yet it's actually the first game in a very long time to make us laugh out loud. Who'd have thought it, eh?