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  1. It may not be in my top 5 favourite list of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze songs (top 10, maybe), but it's still a really epic and emotional song. Plus, with how amazing of a soundtrack Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze has, not being one of the top 5 favourites is hardly a bad thing. 8.5/10
  2. Ohhh man, that was legendary!! What TV show/movie is this from? I want to look up more videos of it!! For the below video, stick with 1:30-2:35:
  3. @vanguard333 Sorry, I'll respond to both of your videos due to the ninja-ing. To The Spy x Family video: I know spies try to come prepared for any emergency event, but the "Lovey Dovey Kit" takes it to a whole new level. I love it! To The Squidward's Theory video: The first part of his theory is actually scarily spot-on. I didn't except their music to destroy all the window though, heh. For the below video, stick with 8:15-9:26 and 10:50-13:18:
  4. I guess the credits music is okay? I do really like all the 2D Mario art and pictures in the credits though. It really brings back good memories of flipping through Mario game instruction manuals as a kid, and admiring the colorful, vibrant artwork. I was kind of hoping that you'd list a specific dance move that traumatized you the most, like Emperor Palpatine doing the Take Off or Emperor Palpatine doing the Bantha Rider. For the below video, stick with 0:48-4:01:
  5. A really beautiful, epic, and blood-pumping song. 9.2/10
  6. Simplistic, yet pretty epic looking. 7.5/10
  7. ...I feel like I need more context to understand/appreciate the video. I get that it's a wild western duel, but I don't really know anything aside from that. For the below video, stick to 0:27-4:27. And please state which part of the video scarred you the most.
  8. That scene would probably gross out most people, but I personally found it more funny than gross. For the below video, stop at the 3:34 mark.
  9. I wasn't sure if this thread belonged in General Gaming or not, but with the main examples I can think of being Disney spinoff games, I thought I'd post it in General Gaming. Anyways, with Disney Dreamlight Valley being announced a few weeks ago, and me realizing there's quite a lot of Disney characters that have little to no chance of showing up in that game or Disney Speedstorm, I thought I'd make a thread seeing what Disney characters people on SF would want to see show up in Disney spinoff games like Disney Dreamlight Valley, Disney Speedstorm, and such. Feel free to list a general Disney movie you'd want to see character representation from, as well. For me personally, I would really like to see characters from Treasure Planet and The Black Cauldron represented in Disney spinoff games (specifically the former, since I really like Treasure Planet and find it so underrated and underappreciated). I know those movies aren't as mainstream as other Disney movies, but I really think the characters from those movies would add a nice amount of variety that other mainstream Disney characters don't have, especially with Treasure Planet's steampunk vibe and The Black Cauldron's villainous characters that are beyond hideous and terrifying (that's a compliment).
  10. I got to admit, some of those mutations the customers experienced got a good chuckle out of me. The rainbow trail was also pretty funny. For the below video, stop watching at the 2:09 mark.
  11. Is that laughing bird a prevalent meme? (looks it up) Oh, wow. I sure am behind on memes yet again. And now for the "greatest" love song ever.
  12. I've got the pick up duck videos recommended to me this past week as well. They're strangely addicting and captivating, even though they're pretty tame for "the weird side of youtube" type videos. Well, I might as well keep the duck video streak going:
  13. I really hope that's a final boss tune because if it isn't... (reads the youtube comments) Ah, very good. Because if it wasn't, I would've considered it to be such a waste using such an epic, blood-pumping tune for a non-final boss. 9.4/10
  14. In terms of 1st party 3DS recommendations I haven't seen listed yet in this thread, Pushmo, Dillon's Rolling Western, and Dillon's Rolling Western: The Last Ranger are titles I've personally played and highly enjoyed. Pushmo I defeated at least 95% of the puzzles, and the Dillon's Rolling Western games I completed 100%, except for the 2nd game's Item List and Bestiary. The games I listed are pretty cheap ($9-$15) since they're download only titles, but you get a lot of content and playtime out of them. I haven't played Pushmo's sequels or Dillon's Dead Heat Breakers, so I can't give an accurate recommendation on them. Pushmo is a simplistic yet fun puzzle game where you push and pull blocks to climb up block stacks and reach the goal. The game is forgiving in that it lets you skip story/post-story puzzles if you spend too long on a puzzle due to not knowing how to solve it. You can also rewind time if you mess up a jump or reset the whole puzzle so you don't get soft-locked. Some of the later block stacks are modeled after animals and even classic Nintendo characters like Mario, Donkey Kong, and Link. You can even make your own puzzles and get a QR code for them to let others try them out. The Dillon's Rolling Western games are a hybrid of tower defense and action. The basic goal of the game is to protect the town's livestock from getting eaten by rock monsters (a.k.a. Grocks). The game require a lot of strategizing, micro-managing, and quick thinking/decision making. I'll admit, the games have a somewhat steep learning curve and the game series definitely isn't for everyone, due to how overwhelming the Grock raids can get. But if you're looking for a challenging and unique gameplay experience that'll test your reflexes, brains, and decision-making skills, I highly recommend it. If you want to stick with just one of the Dillon's Rolling Western games, I'd recommend the 2nd game: Dillon's Rolling Western: The Last Ranger. Also, if you want more details and information about the Dillon's Rolling Western games, there's these two threads you can refer to.
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