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These seemingly innocent videos hit the internet yesterday, and have caused quite a sensation.

The videos come from Tecmo KOEI, showing off their new horse racing game ChampionJockey.

No big deal, right? Sure… until you start to watch them, and see that the guy in these videos is excited about playing a horse-raging game via the Kinect and PlayStation Move. I mean VERY excited. Like… brainwashed into thinking he’s having the most fun he’ll ever have in his entire life excited.

He then brings in some poor, unsuspecting Japanese woman, forcing her to satisfy his lust for two-player horse-versus-horse action. She seems to actually enjoy the PS3 version of the game, but her reaction to the Wii version isn’t quite as lively.

I love KOEI (long live the Romance of the 3 Kingdoms series), so really, I’m just giving them some light-hearted teasing. But seriously… I think this guy has been replaced by a motion control-loving alien clone.

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The weirdest game videos you’ll see this week: ChampionJockey

By EGM Staff | 08/9/2011 11:35 AM PT

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These seemingly innocent videos hit the internet yesterday, and have caused quite a sensation.

The videos come from Tecmo KOEI, showing off their new horse racing game ChampionJockey.

No big deal, right? Sure… until you start to watch them, and see that the guy in these videos is excited about playing a horse-raging game via the Kinect and PlayStation Move. I mean VERY excited. Like… brainwashed into thinking he’s having the most fun he’ll ever have in his entire life excited.

He then brings in some poor, unsuspecting Japanese woman, forcing her to satisfy his lust for two-player horse-versus-horse action. She seems to actually enjoy the PS3 version of the game, but her reaction to the Wii version isn’t quite as lively.

I love KOEI (long live the Romance of the 3 Kingdoms series), so really, I’m just giving them some light-hearted teasing. But seriously… I think this guy has been replaced by a motion control-loving alien clone.

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