The lack of music and Megaman's certain doom make this feel like an 8bit snuff film.
Bleep, bleep, bleep. Bloop, bloop, bloop. Continue. Bleep, bleep, bleep. Bloop, bloop, bloop. Continue.
Especially due to someone (Wily?) watching from his glass enclosure.
bad childhood is a perfect tag. i always wanted to play megaman when i was growing up but i only had a sega master system. then this came out!
and this video shows the extent of my gameplay experience.
NOT THE DOGS! AHH MY EYES!
The slow, uncertain jitter as he defeats the first jaguar only to have it respawn again is tragic.
Yeah, I beat this game. It was easy.
It's your own fault for using a computer with more than a 4.77MHz processor.
I think it actually has more to do with the amount of RAM.
Wow, I don't understand why people abandoned the PC for consoles.
Hey idiot, that's what the turbo button is for!
That was laugh out loud funny. It's a surprisingly realistic display of how a fight with a Jaguar would really go.
"I'm coming for yo..." *POUNCE POUNCE POUNCE POUNCE POUNCE*
|MacGyver Style Bomb |
Mega Man in East Germany.
Survival of the fittest!
that guy in the booth is fucking stone cold, man.
|William Burns |
Classic movies have their traditional black and white.
Classic video games are stuck with electric blue and that shitty, horrible violet.
Something tells me even if this game was running at it's normal, intended speed, it would still suck.
It's important to note this is the BEGINNING of the game. Where you start.
I laughed so hard I think I pulled something.
Really, all we need is the second to last one. 5 for making me annoy my neighbors by laughing like an idiot.
|The God of Biscuits |
Abbott and Costello's new routine is pretty enjoyable.
|Jimmy Labatt |
Ahaha awesome I love when he turns tail and the thing keeps pouncing after him.
|Caminante Nocturno |
The hopelessness of each fearful step towards certain doom.
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