Well f**k me. How the f**k did The House of the Dead: Overkill already f**king pull off a Guinness f**king World Record? F**k is how. Exactly f**k, that’s exactly how they f**king did it. Guinness is giving Sega’s grindhouse f**ktacular the auspicious award for being the single most f**king profane videogame in history.
If you’ve already played the f**king game or read our f**king review, you know that there is a f**k load of cursing. Detective Issac Washington especially has an addiction to f**k, mother f**kers and just plain f**king. In fact, the word f**k or any f**king derivative thereof is used 189 times. F**k! That’s just over once per minute and three percent of all the f**king dialogue.
When asked what he thought about the award, the writer of Overkill Jonathan f**king Burroughs said, “Parodying the profane excess of grindhouse cinema was Headstrong Games’ objective and I am flattered that this record acknowledges that we not only rose to that challenge, but entirely exceeded it.”
We should f**king think so there Burroughs. Getting your own f**king category in the Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition in 2009 beats the f**k out of anyone else’s trash talking. Now we just want to know how the f**k to get our own f**king award out of these f**kers. Hey Guinness, how about showing the f**king rulers of videogame blogs some love too mother f**kers.