Subversion

You may (or probably don't, to be honest) remember this post from the 'Yard's early days documenting PlayStation advertising popping up in a Dreamcast game. Well guess what - I've found some more, this time hiding away in the 'name entry' screen of that graphically wondrous race-a-thon, Tokyo Extreme Racer 2:



I realise that they're only shapes, but c'mon! Where else in the history of mankind do those four particular shapes appear - except for on the PSX joypad?!

Yet another example of subversion by Sony-planted moles. Tsk.

5 comments:

The GagaMan(n) said...

Didn't this game also eventually get a PS2 port of some sort? It was some time later, though.

Tom Charnock said...

Only the 'Zero' and '3' variants appeared on the PS2, apparently...

Anonymous said...

What! Ass Clown and "what the fuck sega?", surely this game was rated M?

Tom Charnock said...

Tell me about it - you should see the options menu, the language on display is a fucking disgrace!

fatherkrishna said...

Love that little pictorial montage of us all at the top of the page. Quite beautiful really...