Tuesday, 9 June 2009

MadWorld gets its own range of t-shirts

If you have been reading my blog over the past few months you may be familiar with Famitsu magazine's "Game T-Shirt Project". This involves popular, generally mature games being featured on t-shirts available to buy through the magazine.

Sega's recent games have been a popular choice for the t-shirts, with Yakuza 3 and 428 having their own ranges. Now it is MadWorld's turn, with other Platinum Games titles likely to receive the same treatment in the future.

The first design features the text "It's a mad, mad, mad, mad world", the last "mad" in capitals with some of the main characters inside. The colours used are the trademark MadWorld "black, white and red all over".

The next design is more simple: "MadWorld" is in all-caps, with one "D" finishing both words. There is a MadWorld logo on the right arm.

The next two designs feature the same "MadWorld" text, with "world" reversed to end on the same blood-stained "D". This t-shirt is available in white and grey.

The next design is available in black and green, with Jack standing beside the text "Who can survive on the global stage? Give U: World Standard" with "Platinum Games - Sega" underneath. Don't "U" just love nonsensical Engrish?

The final design is in a comic book style with the logo at the top. On the back is the MadWorld skull-and-crossbones icon.

These t-shirts will probably cost around £30, and are only available in Japan. New designs come out nearly every month, so expect more Sega t-shirts soon!

[Source: Famitsu]

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