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About the StoryA promotional game for the upcoming US late night talk show The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. You play Stephen Colbert, who is bored and wanders into a man-sized cabinet.
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Not a bad way to spend a few minutes, but forgettable.
Obviously, there is no political humour here, as its a send-up of the adventure game genre (and Colbert has stopped doing that character for a while now) so republicans can play too, safe in the knowledge that their worldview will not be subverted! ;)
It's a quick ten minute romp that nails the Stephen Colbert style dead-on. If you're a fan, it's a must-play, if you're not, it may even convert you.
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