|Innocent Bystander |
Ahh, takes me back the heydays of gaming, when playing a video game was not so much a source of entertainment but hard, grueling work.
Pretty accurate representation of most platformers from the 8-bit era.
|Herr Matthias |
The long jump scene was parodying Kid Kool, and I HATED that game.
Also, I remember playing a Mortal Kombat platform game (I think for N64) that was almost this ridiculous.
|HURF BLURF DUH |
What did Hitler have against chefs anyway
The want ad said "must have experience working with ovens." He didn't realize what he was getting into.
Now he's out for revenge.
Cute. Was this for an art class or something?
I made it to 1:11.
People too young to remember the NES era probably saw this and wondered "how come we don't see him make it to Hitler?"
Those of us who were around then know it's more accurate that he never did.
Well, eventually he would have gotten to Master-D.
This is everything I could have hoped it would be, especially 2:20 to 2:40.
Every time I thought it was getting a bit too long, it got funny again.
I wonder if any humorless NES nerds have spent time trying to "debunk" this based on every little thing that was beyond the NES's capabilities.
Clearly the ghost of Kurt Russell was beyond the NES's technical ability.
Our generation's equivalent to a Buster Keaton movie.
I lost it when the sandwich bounced off the giant penguin.
Yeah, it was kind of like that. Especially Ghosts n Goblins. Ugh...
Five stars because I just know there is someone on the internet fuming that actual NES graphics weren't like this as there are too many colors.
also the sprites are too big and plentiful and the PCM samples are too high-quality
This isn't that far off from what Super Ghouls & Ghosts is actually like.
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