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Video Blips: Saints Row: The Third, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, The Legend of Zelda, and more

Shouldn't Guiness World Records have a "most ridiculous robbery costume" entry by now?

Video Blips:

• Saints Row: The Third's take on bank heists involve air cranes and giant Johnny Gat bobblehead disguises. Thankfully, this was the crew's "subtlety" plan. Things would've gotten way out of hand otherwise.

Continue after the break for the pro-human riots of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Link's soaring adventures in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, and one seriously burly warrior in Crimson Alliance.

 

• Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Purity First movement rails against cybernetic monolith Sarif Industries for tampering with humanity's natural gifts. This is what happens when a corporation doesn't bow to the mass's demand for a hot pink robo-chassis.


• With tightened belt and fitted gloves, Link prepares for Zelda's rescue in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Parachute optional, of course.


Gnox's formidable physique withers his enemies' attacks, but he'll still need help from his companions in Crimson Alliance. All that's missing is a funky theme song complete with a smooth-voiced baritone praising his deeds.


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