Thursday 1 July 2010 @ 9:00 am | By David 'KidKobun' Bruno
This is quite possibly one of my all-time favorite videogame related videos. First appearing on tudou.com, this hacked ROM of the original NES game “Super Mario Bros.,” titled “Super Mario Forever,” found its fame when an unknown and extremely vulgar gamer narrated over the entire clip. While I was saddened to learn that it wasn’t actually him playing, it’s still funny as $% and deserves to be pulled from DDN video vault and given new life.
If this video doesn’t leave your sides splitting and your face sore from laughing your ass off, then you’re either Ben Stein or an animated flesh-craving meat bag, better known as a zombie.
Sunday 13 August 2006 @ 9:54 pm | By Abraham 'Velcor' Duarte
I was wondering when would I see some RE4 altered videos, and that day came. With the help of ActionReplay you can alter data for the main game, and play with stuff you couldn’t normally (think of it as a Game Genie). This vid is pretty funny and adds A LOT of Replay Value to this excellent game. Here’s the video.
I accept it. . . I too would’ve altered with Ashley’s cup size.
Monday 3 July 2006 @ 7:47 pm | By Ivan 'Nahu' Lozano
Project Hacker Kakusei is a game for the Nintendo DS that follows in the tradition of the PC game Uplink, with flashy Hollywood style hacking but with an anime CGI twist. In Project Hacker you play as Satoru, a hacker working for a internet crime-fighting organization known as GIS. Yada-yada-yada big plot, probably some doomsday virus, etc. You know, the usual.
Whats interesting is the way the game handles the hacking, you will be pitted against graphical puzzles, code cracking, mind teasers and some detective work (perhaps a la Phoenix Wright). So in a way, its like Brain Age with a plot and some techno music in the background, I’m sold.
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