Game Trailers: Guardians of the Galaxy Funny Rickroll Video

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A few days after the game came out, Square Enix also has a hilarious video Guardians of the Universe printed. This shows Rick as a mysterious hacker who devises a cunning plan to outsmart players with a Rickroll.

Rick Astley says of his performance: “For years I have patiently waited for the perfect moment to take back the Rickroll. When I Found Out Never Gonna Give You Up in Guardians of the Universe it was clear to me that this was the opportunity I had been waiting for!”

And further: “But seriously, I’m really excited to be a part of the soundtrack for this game, along with so many wonderful songs that have shaped an entire decade and also directly influenced my childhood and music career. With the music geared towards the 80s, many gamers, especially the younger ones, are sure to hear some of the songs for the first time. Hopefully these songs will bring the players as much joy and inspiration as I did back then so that they are properly motivated to save the galaxy! “

Music plays a role Guardians of the Universe plays a major role, and Never Gonna Give You Up, along with over 30 other classic 80s rock and pop songs, makes up the game’s licensed soundtrack. Other performers include Mötley Crüe, Bonnie Tyler, aha, Iron Maiden, Billy Idol, Pat Benatar, Def Leppard and BLONDIE.

The innovative “Huddle” game mechanic allows players to motivate the Guardians into battle by delivering a motivational speech inspired by famous song lyrics. This is exactly where Rick comes into play, luring gamers down a path that ultimately has only one goal, the Rickroll, in which players* feel insecure and face a dancing Rick and his 80s world hit, Never Gonna Give You Up shall .

Guardians of the Universe has been available for all systems since October 26.

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