In response to the overwhelming popularity of games like Guitar Hero, Sony released Saxophone Hero. This weekend saw lines stretching for miles at local electronics stores as the new game hit shelves.
TheSpoof.com correspondant Flaminroids visited a local Best Buy last Saturday at midnight for the game's release and had the following comments.
"I'd never seen such a gathering of pure lack of talent. I mean it isn't even a real instrument but you have to learn to play. Society is going to shit! Fuck this I quit!"
The game Saxophone Hero incorporates a life like saxophone game controller that you push the buttons in a sequence to "sorta" play popular contemporary jazz songs. Micheal Bolton fan Wayne Kerbs was in line for 14 hours to get his copy the moment it became available.
"I am so excited! I always wanted to learn to play and be like Micheal. When a man loves a woman? Priceless! I can't wait to get this home and learn to play it. Hopefully in a few weeks I'll be a pro!"
The popular game has met some resistance however. Mainly from music teachers and parents. Just a few feet away from the Fry's front door 5 people in Miles Davis and John Lee hooker T-shirts, staged a protest. With signs saying "Learn to play a real Instrument" and "Saxophone Hero is raping jazz!"
Former Utah Jazz player Karl "The Mailman" Malone claimed no such rape had occured.
The game retails at $100 and comes with a Saxophone controller,game disc, and a long permed mullet wig.