War. War is hell. And it never changes. It is a never-changing hell. But what is it good for? Absolutely nothing. A good for nothing, never-ending hell. But the dead have seen the end of war. So war does end. But dead people go to hell, sometimes. So maybe war is hell, but hell isn't war, or else dead people in hell would be in war and only dead people have seen the end of war.

NotCoD is about the eternal struggles of war, fighting on the fields of boy scout birthday parties, spooky houses, and produce competitions. It's not about fish. Unless it is at some point. That would be a plot twist, wouldn't it? We do know that it is episodic, parodies Call of Duty, and is more than a little ridiculous and violent. And it may be out in April. I don't know. Go watch the trailer. I have to get back to working on this definition of war.

NotCoD will be available on Steam in April at Tea Time some day. For more information on the game, which isn't a fish, you can head to the developer's site or follow them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.