DeathSpank Previews - PC

Game Description: The episodic game follows the thong-tastic adventures of a misguided hero named DeathSpank, a character that first appeared on Gilbert's Grumpy Gamer website in a series of animated comics he penned with long-time creative collaborator, Clayton Kauzlaric.
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    E3 2010: Deathspank Preview

    Our E3 2010 Preview of Hothead's Deathspank will leave you ready to spank ... something.

    Posted: Jun 21, 2010

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    DeathSpank Preview


    Preview the long awaited adventure game 'DeathSpank' as Morgan Webb talks to the game's creator Ron Gilbert. Find out about 'DeathSpank', the game's storyline, combat, puzzles, weapons and more.

    Posted: Sep 8, 2009 | 2,878 Views | 01:41

  • Best of 2010: Best Downloadable Game

    Posted: December 14, 2010

    5,354 Views | 01:38

  • DeathSpank Accolades Trailer

    Posted: August 4, 2010

    1,580 Views | 00:58

  • DeathSpank Review

    Posted: July 28, 2010

    11,289 Views | 02:18

  • Adam & Kevin Explore Deathspank

    Posted: July 20, 2010

    7,842 Views | 05:21

  • Sessler's Soapbox: Downloadable Originality

    Posted: July 20, 2010

    25,986 Views | 05:30


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