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malcolmjamalwarlock:

beckpoppins:

kateordie:

nentindo:

kidshade:

ediebrit:

IM FUCKING SCREAMING

IM IN FUCKING STITCHES 

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the only thing funnier than this video are the comments on it

Oh my gosh

ooooooh noooooooo

hahahahahaha goo goo ga ga babies

I want to watch more of Amy Schumer’s show

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kardashy:

maybe the best vine ever

(via kaesespaetzle)

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sttngfashion:

Someone made a montage of Star Trek ladies to that insane Sarah Brightman Song. h/t The Toast.

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emerant:

this is too wild

(via kaesespaetzle)

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draqul:

Oh hey did I show you my Goat Simulator video

Goat Simulator - This is Goat Simulator! (by MrVg247)

Sold me in less than three minutes

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bison2winquote:

"Koko wa kisama no hakabada!"

"This place shall become your grave!"
- M. Bison, Street Fighter EX2 Plus (Capcom/ Arika)

Cool, he says that in Street Fighter IV too, during his Ultra.

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tinycartridge:

Here’s Million Onion Hotel, hum hum ⊟

It’s a sort of whack-a-mole game about hitting onions, asparagus men, and other creatures, while also lining them up to make bingos… all to save the occupants of a hotel who were zapped to another dimension in a soup incident.

A long, long time ago, there was a tiny country between that country over there and this country over here.
In this country was a strange hotel. This hotel’s specialty was “magical onion soup”.
They say many famous and great people came to taste this soup, though apparently not one of them thought to describe the flavor to anyone else. Maybe it’s because the soup had a hidden power. Yes … a secret power.
One night, some esteemed guests find themselves suddenly sucked into a far-off galaxy! 
Maybe this is because they … drank too much of the magical onion soup?

Million Onion Hotel is the first iOS game by Onion Games, featuring Little King’s Story director Yoshiro Kimura and monster designer Kazuyuki Kurashima (both former Love-de-Lic founders!)

I’ve been waiting to see this game that Kimura calls his “poem,” and the animation and music here makes me so, so happy. I’m so glad that indie gaming is taking off in Japan, anchored by things like Kickstarter and the BitSummit event. I’m so glad Kimura gets to make tiny games – this one is much smaller than the last game he worked on with a character called “Dr. Peace” in it. Via Indiegames.com.

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I played this at BitSummit and I cannot wait to play the full version. Absolutely bonkers.

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atomictoasterpr0n:

alicethedragonvalkyrie:

hetriedtokillme-w-a-forklift:

Whenever people tell me subs are always superior to dubs, I refer back to this scene.

OMFG

Matt just recited this line with the video. I’m dead.

I’m guessing the Japanese is just a really formal “you did a good job” “thank you sir” “so these are dragon balls”

(via inkpanic)

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tinycartridge:

OMG, Azure Striker Gunvolt is the new Mega Man ZX ⊟

Inti Creates (Mega Man Zero/ZX) announced this beauty at BitSummit, and it’s coming out exclusively for eShop this summer in Japan. Considering there are English subtitles and an ESRB rating is pending, a North American release for Azure Striker Gunvolt seems like a sure bet.

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It has a unique English title (which I’ve already forgotten) so yes, definitely coming to the US eShop this year. But I hear the Japanese version will be first.

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gameandgraphics:

Famicom “pulse line” cartridge design (1983-1984).

"In the early days of the Family Computer, Nintendo Co., Ltd. released games with the same label design. Up to that point, Nintendo seemed to think that the best marketing strategy for their games was to keep the labels consistent in design; later on they began producing more creative label designs that varied for each game and often featured characters or scenes from the game." Read more about this at Famicom World.

Pictures by Bryan Ochalla.

WHOA at that last cartridge: I can learn English with Popeye?

also let’s reflect on the fact that Japanese Famicom games came in a rainbow of colors while NES games were…grey. All of them.

EDIT: I should also add that one of the nice touches on the Japanese 3DS Virtual Console is that, if you look closely at the Famicom on the menu screen, the cartridge in the system matches the physical cartridge’s actual color.

Yeah, you can totally learn English with Popeye, but it’ll cost you something like $700-800. It’s by far the rarest “pulse” cart, Japan’s equivalent to our Stack-Up. Nintendo underestimated the appeal of learning language skills from a guy who doesn’t understand possessive pronouns or subject-verb case-matching and woefully underprinted the game.

I had to look it up on YouTube. Pretty limp concept for a game: given a Japanese word, you use Popeye to type the English word. Despite Popeye being an older game, this edutainment version looks worse? I guess they needed extra memory to fit in the vocabulary so the graphics & sound suffered.

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