Political Kombat: Mitt Romney’s presidential nomination battle as a video game fight.

Mitt Romney’s Road to the Nomination Told in Video Game Fights

The presidential campaign told as video game fights.
Oct. 2 2012 10:25 AM

Romney’s Road Kill

The GOP presidential nomination contest staged as a video game fight.

Romney vs
Santorum + Cain
Romney vs
Gingrich + Paul
Obama vs
Trump
Biden vs
Ryan
Obama vs
Romney

On the road to the Republican presidential nomination, Mitt Romney ran up quite a body count, from Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann to Ron Paul and Rick Santorum. Now as the former Massachusetts governor gears up for his first debate with President Obama, Slate V is rolling out Political Kombat ’12, which recounts the story of the campaign as a series of video game fights. 

In the latest episode, we pit Romney against Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul.

In Episode 1, Romney faces off against Santorum and Herman Cain. Episode 3 imagines a fight between Obama and Donald Trump. And in the coming weeks, we’ll stage a fight between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan as a prelude to a battle royale between Romney and Obama. Stay tuned.

Andrew Bouvé is an Emmy-nominated freelance video producer and motion graphics artist. He lives in Washington, D.C.

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