Serious Sam 3: BFE – Help Line Episode 1

Croteam and Devolver have launched a Serious Sam 3: BFE help line for gamers softened by years of cover-heavy shooters. With Serious Sam 3: BFE providing no real cover against unrelenting enemy hordes, a full arsenal that can be carried all at once, and wheels-off 16-player campaign co-op, fans may need a shoulder to cry on as the game marches towards an October 18th launch. The three-part series follows one particular help line operator as he takes calls from concerned gamers anticipating the release of Serious Sam 3: BFE.

Rich Knuckles, Assistant Supervisor at the Serious Sam 3: BFE Help Line said:

“I’m already fielding all sorts of calls from shooter fans wondering where all the conveniently placed barricades and random concrete walls are in Serious Sam 3: BFE. Most of these guys have gotten soft from years of crouching behind cover, picking off one or two approaching enemies as they make their way through missions. It’s pathetic.”
Serious Sam 3: BFE is now open for preorders on Steam, Get Games, Impulse, Direct2Drive and other digital download services further increasing the need for a help line for more weak-minded gamers to prepare for the total mayhem that comes with an all-new Serious Sam game.
Fork Parker, Devolver Digital CFO added a humorous comment:
“I hope we are outsourcing these help line operators to save some cash. Use one of those Eastern European countries where the girls have perfect asses and sexy accents. You know, like Brazil.”
This is a great trailer so be sure to check it out as it also contains some new in-game footage of the game. Enjoy!

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