If you've been checking Lionhead software's site over the past couple of days, you've no doubt noticed that the company has been featuring a different revolutionary a day. First, it was hipster-favorite Che Guevara, then O.G. French Revolutionary Maximilien Robespierre, now it's Emma Goldman, famous American anarchist and suspected co-conspirator in the assassination of President McKinley.
Each new political rabble-rouser is accompanied by a quote summing up their philosophy and an opportunity to vote them a thumbs-up or a thumbs-down. Emma's quote reads: "If I can't dance, I don't want to be in your revolution."
What does it all mean? I don't know. But on Wednesday, it just might become a lot clearer. Lionhead's Peter Molyneux tweeted the following this morning:
"Tmw is a talk to students then Wednesday it's my talk. Where I will tell more of what the website means."
I'm guessing Lionhead is going to announce a new game at GamesCom in Germany... but, judging from the revolutionary imagery, Molyneux may be announcing that he's channeling Lionhead's resources into overthrowing the United Nations!
If you want to find out for sure, keep your browser here, where G4 will be bringing you all the news from the German game show!