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Desc:Submitted wholly for the giant pixelated Walter Matthau at the end
Category:Video Games, Crime
Tags:snes, Dennis the Menace, Walter Matthau, yet another crappy licensed platformer
Submitted:WHO WANTS DESSERT
Date:08/27/10
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Comment count is 31
Udderdude
The game engine kind of reminds me of Addams Family for SNES. It looks like they have the same developer (Ocean). This looks significantly worse, though.
Candlejackv616
Yeah the Addams Family game was surprisingly playable, these games are like a hot chick you want to bang the hell out of, only to find out she has AIDS, just a fucking shame.

OCEAN truly was the master of licensed crap with excellent graphics. Needs its own tag.

Smellvin
1:50 Saddam Hussein?
OxygenThief
I NO SCAR

boner
DOT COM

dead_cat
Way scarier than Saddam Hussein.

FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown
Hey, rad. Only 8:00 AM and I already know what'll be in my nightmares tonight.
Xenocide
Dennis' character animation is actually pretty good for a Super NES game. This means that some lone person on the design team actually cared. That poor, deluded fool.


Caminante Nocturno
I like the muffled tooting noises he makes whenever he's hurt. It's like the sound Samus would make in Super Metroid if she were fat and had low self-esteem.
chumbucket
NES, bringing you all of your repetitive gameplay one cartridge at a time.
Riskbreaker
Why are several people here confusing the nes with the snes?

memedumpster
Riskbreaker, it's the XBox generation. When society collapses they're the new food supply.

Candlejackv616
These are the same people that are going to confuse Dreamcast graphics with Playstation 1 one of these days.

RomancingTrain
Kids These Days aren't connoisseurs of shitty games lie we are!

WHO WANTS DESSERT
20 years ago: MOOOOOOOM, it's not a "Nintendo" it's a Super Nintendo Entertainment System!

Present: Get off my lawn you darn kids, it's not a "Nintendo" it's a Super Nintendo Entertainment System!

Ghoul
Wilson appears as an unstoppable child-kidnapping terror machine.
TimbolinoBilchard
He reminds me of Mr. Herbert from Family Guy.

dementomstie
How big is this house? And why does Mr. Wilson have so many giant purple cats?
Toenails
Animal Hoarder. This is why he wants Dennis out of his house, because of this secret shame.

Jeriko-1
That is ominous how when Mr. Wilson grabs you and hauls you offscreen, you lose a life.
What about the Danger
This schizophrenia sensitivity training video is not only effective but terrifying.

Spit Spingola
You can't kill Mr. Wilson by jumping on him? HOW DO YOU KILL HIM??
dementomstie
Maybe that's what the water pistol is for. It's full of Holy Water.

pastorofmuppets
C'mon guys, this isn't that bad, I've seen games with worOH MY GOD WHAT IS THAT
Jimmy Labatt
Um...why does Mr. Wilson look like Saddam Hussein?
cognitivedissonance
Not to be confused with the British Dennis the Menace, who does exactly the same things and has exactly the same personality, just with dark hair and a different design ethic.
Caminante Nocturno
I remember the British Dennis being much more self-aware and unrepentant in regards to his actions.

Toenails
I how his health bar is actually his "courage". I imagine Dennis breaking into Mr. Wilson's liquor cabinet when he really needs to get his courage up.
Testicles of Doom
I was going to make a joke about killer Victrolas and then Mr. Wilsons showed up and I shit in my pants.
Bort
Dennis and Mr. Wilson are into role-playing.
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