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Dementium II will make you crap your pants

Dementium II is so scary that it'll make you poop yourself.

Or at least that is what the guys and gals over at SouthPeak Interactive and Renegade Kid evidently want gamers to believe if the review kit they sent over today is any indication.

Enclosed in the package was a review copy of Dementium II and a baby's diaper. Pinned on the diaper was a simple message stating, "Seriously. Just trust me."

Unfortunately, the diaper will not fit on the average adult male no matter how hard you try. The leg holes simply are not big enough. You're just going to have to believe me on this one.

Equally tragic is the fact that I ate Chipotle tonight and probably could have made use of the diaper as the bathroom is an uncomfortable distance away from my computer desk. Oh well.

A horror game designed exclusively for the Nintendo DS, Dementium II is now available in stores. It is rated Mature, retails for $29.99 and can be purchased at your local video game retailer. Or Amazon.

Check back with us soon for our full review of Dementium II.

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