GEEK OUT: Nintendo To Release World's Gayest Video Game

By: Daniel Villarreal
8.2.2012

On September 14, Nintendo will release what is being called "the gayest video game ever", Andrew Lloyd Webber Musicals: Sing & Dance.

According to heterosexual thespians website Playbill.com, the Nintendo Wii game will allow players to sing, dance or try a career performing "32 of Webber's songs from 13 of his musicals, including 'Don't Cry for Me Argentina,' 'The Phantom of the Opera,' 'Memory' and 'Any Dream Will Do.'"

It'll also have songs and from The Phantom of the Opera, Jesus Christ Superstar and Sunset Boulevard which, being a musical based on a Joan Crawford movie, is just about the gayest thing since Adam Lambert.

Players will also have a chance to sing duets with famous Broadway performers such as Elaine Paige, Michael Crawford, Donny Osmond and Sarah Brightman.

What we're hoping though is that the dancing mode requires players to put on the Phantom's cape and later crawl around the stage like Rug-Tug-Tugger from Cats—that would be one good night of theatrics!

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