Recent “Gotham” Tesla recording session was for Crackdown 2

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 24 November 2009 11:02 GMT

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Remember how Tesla apparently outed Gotham 5 yesterday? And remember how Microsoft blanked it?

Ruffian’s just posted the following on its Twitter account:

“Brum brum! Screech! Mmm, I love the sound of a Tesla in the morning.”

Mr Tesla appears to have got his wires crossed. We’ve just had it confirmed by Ruffian that the recording session was actually for Crackdown 2. Some of the Ruffian guys worked on Gotham 4, innit. Tesla and Agents for the win.

Quarterback is toast, etc.

Update: They’re watching, kids.

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