Mad Tarantino? Pshaw!
Mad Tarantino? Pshaw!
this is amazing
Man, the sound effects in this game are annoying as hell.
I gotta recommend you go watch Ryan play Sid Meier's Sim Golf also, he seemed to really like that game.
I'm so glad this QL was put up. When the news broke on Monday, I spent the entire rest of the day blasting my Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra collection, in tribute. Ryan is the only other human being I've ever heard speak the name of this fantastic band.
I wish they did more Quick Look Throwbacks. I know Encyclopedia Bombastica is kind of that but I prefer it with several quick lookers. One of my Ryan favourites.
Awesome video, never saw it before.
Looks like they ran into input lag for the first rhythm game since they're likely playing on a HDTV. It even make parappa a pain to play now.
Man, this just reminded me of how Ryan never got around to doing something on the site with No One Can Stop Mr. Domino. I know he brought it out for Button Mashing, but I hoped he'd have a chance to elucidate on why he liked it so much, even though I have a feeling the reasons would be very similar to the ones expressed over this game!
I hope that game appears in video form on here at some point. Maybe a live show of playing games Ryan loved, in which the rest of the staff confound themselves on the weirder stuff.
I don't remember watching this at all! Thanks for digging this up! Ryan's still making me smile!
I loved this game as a kid! I cannot wait to catch up a video I had long missed.
@kartana: Wait, I don't get what's so bad about that. I think it's great looking back at all of this old content. You get a great retrospective at what Ryan's personality was like, and if lucky, you'll find a game you forgot that you wanna try out. Granted, Dragonball Evolution and Harry Potter are probably games I nor anyone will ever try, but I honestly did forget about Hotline Miami and how awesome it seemed, and for the case of this particular video, I forgot that I totally meant to look for Incredible Crisis off of Amazon. I'm even listening to Japanese ska right now!
I love this idea of posting these old QL's with Ryan, a great tribute, but also a nice way of revisiting some of the better or "better" games I guess.
It's six in the morning, I just got done watching this and instantly bought a copy on Ebay. Thank you so much.
you can still watch it, try clicking on the quick look title, for me it opened in the giantbomb player
Now that it`s on youtube I cant watch this vid (it says its a duplicate). Bummer.
Ha, the nerd on a wire game used to drive me mad....
This was one of those games I'd see on the pitiful game rack in Sam Goody and just ignore. This and Sea Man. I always thought it was some crappy Twisted Metal clone. After this quick look, I'm filled with regret for not giving it a closer look. Never judge a game by its cover.
Loved this game when I first played it.
UWEEEEEEEHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!! Legendary QL, wish I had this game.
ryan's reaction time is so poor lol
Endurance Run would be hilarious
a blatant ripoff intro of independence day
If they were playing this game on PS3, there totally is some sort of lag. Maybe it's the digital/analog divide between the PS3 and PS1
Hey those two medics are totally Laurel and Hardy
That was great.
Best quicklook ever! Never laughed so hard! :)
I wish I'd seen this sooner, that was Incredible Comedy, haha. Too bad there wasn't a glimpse at the ferris wheel mini game, that one was hysterical. I've only ever gotten up to the part with the daughter, but now that I know you can basically troll player one, I'm definitely going to hunt this game out again.
And to follow the trend: ENDURANCE RUNNN.
I had this game! Couldn't get past that first mini game though!