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Desc:Video games are art.
Category:Video Games, Arts
Tags:video games, lizard, art, Classics of game, sassy clone dance
Submitted:Sexy Duck Cop
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If this isn't art, I don't know what is.
Interesting model physics. The tails can bend at right angles for breakdancing, but the necks can't let the lizards' heads lower to face the camera.

What? That's the weirdest thing in this video, hands down.
This made me laugh the hardest of any video on his channel.
Sexy Duck Cop
I dare you motherfuckers to make "sexy clone dance" a linked tag.
Did you mean "sassy," or was that a Freudian slip?

And challenge accepted. It's in the hopper.

Pretty sure this is one of the Tobal games, Squaresoft's weird, obscure, Japan-only fighting games with a dungeon crawling mechanic attached to them. They tried something similar with Ergheiz (which did make it stateside) but it wasn't nearly as entertaining.
infinite zest
If memory serves, tobal 1 was released in the us and most people bought it for the final fantasy 7 demo that was included

Yeah, pretty sure this is Tobal 2 though, which was definitely Japan-only.

Caminante Nocturno
The victory dance lasted longer than the match itself.

Is this Fighter Maker? It has to be.
Sexy Duck Cop
Nope. It's from Tobal Number 2, one of those late-90's Playstation games that never came to the US, and then there was this huge BRING TOBAL 2 TO THE STATES campaign, and then everyone moved on with their respective lives, and then years later, looking back, we came to realize just how insignificant the whole fiasco was in the first place, which subsequently caused us to ruminate on how profoundly insignificant our deepest passions truly are before the bald power of time itself.

We're all getting old and we're all going to die is what I'm getting at.

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