Video Games with Impossible Mode
Sep23

Video Games with Impossible Mode

Dorkly asked, what if video games had an impossible mode. Because they’re dorks! Actually, they took a bunch of old school video games, which were next to impossible anyway, and then they made them even more impossible. Is that possible? Maybe not, but whatever. Where the hell is Gradius? I still haven’t beaten that damn game. (here) Share and Enjoy !0Shares0...

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Jim Ross Calls Video Games
Jun26

Jim Ross Calls Video Games

If you don’t know who Jim Ross is, we forgive you. He’s one of the WWE announcers and has been since probably as far back as the last time we actually watched wrestling. He’s known for getting pretty animated and dramatic while he’s announcing matches he already knows the outcome of. It’s a gift. He also wears a cowboy hat, but that is completely unrelated to this. Just FYI. This, is Jim Ross calling some...

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Realistic Super Mario Bros.
Apr10

Realistic Super Mario Bros.

Well, it’s a good thing video games have nothing to do with real life. They probably wouldn’t be any fun. You remember how Mario and Luigi broke bricks with their heads in Super Mario Bros. Wouldn’t work so well in real life. This video is called Realistic Mario: Brick Block. It’s from Pete Holmes of, well, that show that is named after him. What have we learned? Don’t try to break bricks with your head....

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Mario is Destroying This Guy’s House (and Neighborhood)
Apr07

Mario is Destroying This Guy’s House (and Neighborhood)

What would happen if Mario and his enemies got into the real world somehow? That’s what John Huffnagle wondered. So he made this video. As you might expect, a lot of stuff gets broken. And watch out for those giant bullets as you drive down the road. Share and Enjoy !0Shares0...

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Mike Tyson Gets Street Fighter Sound Effects
Mar27

Mike Tyson Gets Street Fighter Sound Effects

I wasn’t quite sure how awesome this would be until I watched it. It is 100 percent awesome. We’ve got video of an in-his-prime Mike Tyson set to sound effects from the video game Street Fighter. The game was originally an arcade game released in 1987. When Street Fighter II was released on consoles in 1991, it had a boxer character which was based on Tyson. He was named Balrog. The sound effects are pretty spot on in this...

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