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Sadness website is gone ... don't even feign shock

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With posts that go back to 2006, the public embarrassment that is Sadness is far more interesting than the game could have ever been. The epic tale of vaporware, which is comparable to Duke Nukem Forever, receives another notch in its timeline today.

The latest is that the Sadness website is gone and the URL is up for grabs. Developer Nibris has yet to speak on the matter and, frankly, whatever they say doesn't really matter.

Dare we say this is the end of Sadness? Heck no. Where there's a developer and a desperate fan base, there's a way.

Gallery: Sadness (Wii) | 3 Photos


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