This is what going mad must feel like.
That is exactly how I remember Super Mario World.
Heh. Mega Man.
…no, this is what going mad must feel like….
I just went from wtf to ftw.
I have no idea what I just watched, but I enjoyed it in a hypergleeful way.
The japanese have a LOT of time on their hands, judging by all the insane custom mario levels I’ve seen, but this takes the cake by a LONG shot.
That said, it is pretty goddamn awesome.
That is both insanely awesome and a testament to the sheer amount of free time some lonely Japanese nerds have on their hands. Christ.
Holy jesus christ. That is both awesome and worrysome at teh same time.
I had absolutely no idea what they were singing until they hit the Wily theme song from Mega Man 2 at minute #6
Some might not realize it, but it’s a medley of anime OP among other things. And I just realized I can recognize anime OPs from animes I haven’t even watched once.
That’s kinda like a super power, Milkman Dan.
there are no words
Finally, something on the internet that I’m not the target audience for!
This is the proof positive that the Lucky Star theme will drive you into cthonian depths of insanity. I’m sure the man was split between this and eating a baby.
i just axe-kicked my cubicle…
Oh my God. That was like nostalgia on acid.
Perhaps if Zenrage watched this, he would understand the possibility of the divine.
Pardon me while I gibber quietly in the corner…
I just want to point out that not only is that the music from Megaman 2 (first level of Wily’s castle) at about minute 6 but it is also the best piece of music on the NES.
It can also be found reproudced in the best possible way here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDWSeFvIP5s
Sir, I am a bit agast that you would direct us to a Mario Paint rendition when there is a link to an electric guitar version right at the top of Related Videos.
If it’s the electric guitar version I think it is, it’s done by the same guy (he does versions of all the MM2 music). However, while that is, in scientific terms, basically super awesome (if I may use the metric measurement), it is in no way comparable to music done in Mario Paint. This is music made out of planes, cats, and tiny game boys. I am “a bit aghast” that you fail to understand its amazingness.
But seriously, with the sarcasm removed, there is no way to go wrong with that song. It’s just a good song.
I have no idea what I just saw, but it was magnificent art. For a second there, I fully understood what Tolkien was talking about when he described Illuvatar and the Valar singing creation into existence. Then it seemed like I was becoming a part of everything.
I think I’m starting to come down now.
Well, I can’t quite say that Illuvatar singing creation into existence was the first thing that popped to my mind, but that was amaaaazing. I have NO idea what I just watched.
And Mad Scientist: are we quoting Firefly, or am I just a hopeless nerd? (Well, I mean, YES to the latter, obviously, but. . .)
God you don’t even know about the Douga, do you?
If I’m not mistaken, it also had nods to the ACTUAL platform theme from SMW (~8:45) as well as the Final Fantasy theme (~ 9:30). Were there any other themes buried in there?
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