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Monday, 24 August 2015

The Average Fan's Reaction To Nintendo Games Chapter 3: N64

Another chapter in this. Unfortunately this is for good reason, my mic broke yet again so while I'm waiting for a new one I did this to pass the time.  Enjoy.
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Monday, 17 August 2015

The Average Fan's Reaction To Nintendo Games Chapter 2: SNES

Chapter 2 of My Retrospective.  In my first one I made the dumbass mistake of not putting Kirby in it. So when I'm done I'm gonna do a separate video of the games that missed.  Also bare in mind I'm only doing Nintendo brand Games. Games that were released on Nintendo cartridges but from other companies like Konami or Sony will be on a different retrospective.  Other than
that enjoy the show.
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Tuesday, 4 August 2015

The Average Fan Reaction To Nintendo Games Chapter 1: NES

After doing my Tell Off Video I decided to do a bit of a quick retrospective on The Average Fan playing Nintendo games.  This is mostly meant for humor and is one of many chapters I will post in between my CIER's and SUR's.  Enjoy.

Straight Up Reviews #64 Scooby Doo On Zombie Island

As Straight Up is Missing in Action he leaves behind a few reviews in his stead.  Enjoy them while I look for the bastard.

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Sunday, 19 July 2015

S.T. Tells Off Nintendo Characters

When I heard about Satoru Iwata's unfortunate passing, my childhood was shaken for the first time in a long while.  Nintendo was practically my life growing up and the fact that this great person was one of the many factors to said life was just as amazing as the games he helped create.   For those who don't know, Satoru Iwata was one of many legends in Nintendo.  His personal contributions included, but were not limited to:  Kirby, The second half of Earthbound (The other being Shigesato Itoi) And best of all Super Smash Bros.  But most importantly, from 2002 to 2015 the year of his death, he has maintained a position of CEO of the entire Nintendo Company in their main office In Japan.  He has the distinction of being the first CEO to not be connected in any way to the Yamauchi family who founded the company in 1889. 

Most people who grieve over their childhood icons send loving tributes to them.  Myself I decided to do something different.  As a mini tribute to a great man, I decided to do a video dedicating myself to telling off a few Nintendo characters.  This video is meant to be comedic and is not a real means of attacking a company I love.  Enjoy.

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Could It Exist In Real Life? The Princess Bride

Professor Maple: Even parodies have truth in them? Inconceivable!!!
S.T: You keep using that word, I don't think it means what you think it means.

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