Having trouble telling the difference between Nirvana's Incesticide album and DS platformer/shooter Insecticide? Afraid that you'll accidentally bring home a 15-year-old CD instead of the hard-boiled detective game? Worry no more!
We've put together a handy guide to help you tell these two "alternative" titles apart. Forget about wandering the streets in a daze, unsure which product features rock-out tracks like "Sliver" and "Son of a Gun!" No more embarrassing yourself in front of friends after mentioning an afternoon spent hunting criminal bugs with Kurt Cobain! We promise you'll never again confuse the game with the album or vice versa -- or your money back! Hit the image above for our life-changing chart!
See also: Nirvana: Plugged back in and electronicized
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
3-13-2008 @ 7:12PM
Another slow news day here at DS Fanboy, it seems.
3-13-2008 @ 8:25PM
The Theory said...
I don't like Nirvana... but it seems to me that they have a bigger chance of changing a 15yr old's life moreso than a mediocre DS game.
3-13-2008 @ 9:37PM
Oh, and one has the letters c - u - n - t hidden in it's cover art. Man I remember when I first learned of that secret.
"Hey did you know that a bad word is on that cover?"
I was pretty young back then... so yeah.
3-14-2008 @ 10:57AM
I thought this was going to be a comparison of Insecticide the game and "insecticide", the insect-killing, poisonous neurotoxins. Something my morbid mind would find infinitely more hilarious.
- Insecticide (DS version): 10-14 hours to completion.
- insecticide (Organophosphorus-based) : 5-8 hours to mortality.