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Posted by JacDG

Waaah Wah?

Posted by Anwar

wah wah

Posted by R_Coles

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Posted by stevethomp

I guess having not played any New Super Mario Bros I could get away with this as my first?

Wah wah.

Posted by onthelam


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Posted by metalsnakezero

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Posted by joeshabadoo

Good LORD Bradley, you have now beaten this game and you run through 1-2 without using blue baby Yoshi's ability, and still wondering why he doesn't grow? The baby Yoshi's are given unique abilities, green adult is the Yoshi you know and love. Most all of the GB guys just roll through Nintendo games without the inclination to try stuff, or assuming that depth isn't there; so dont look.


Posted by DS23

That stupid 'bah'ng when you're carrying baby Yoshi is the most horrible sound possible, goddamn.

Posted by TehChich

The extra little Yoshi sounds when carrying Baby Yoshi make me think of Yoshi Story and it makes me all kinds of happyfuzzy.

Posted by Catarrhal

Did Ryan mispronounce "Lithgow" on purpose?

Edited by Thompson820

I'll just leave this here.

Edited by Antihippy

@joeshabadoo: If you can finish a level easily without it then does it really matter?

Posted by Bistromath

Stop at 6:30 and look at Brad's face.

Posted by doobymoo

Ooh 60 fps video. Smoove. Also wah wah.

Posted by guilherme

@Thompson820 said:

I'll just leave this here.

a"wah wah"some

Posted by joeshabadoo

@Antihippy: Well i think it matters because they're trying to quick look the game and all it has to offer/show, so opting for the most bland possible route is a bit of a disservice. Also he probably would've discovered the pretty sweet secret exit in that stage had he used the Yoshi to the fullest. There are a good number of hidden exits in this game.

I mean, I see it with the blue and pink baby Yoshis. Brad played through most of the main game, and undoubtedly used a pink baby Yoshi several times, but still was under the impression that you can only inflate it in the air once. Ultimately it's not a huge deal, but I see it as a trend. They don't play first party Nintendo stuff as often (admittedly as a result of the quantity of other software out there) and I generally don't see them approach it with the same exploratory tendencies. As I watch I feel as though they're thinking, 'okay this game looks similar to some others I've played and I know what to expect, and it will fight me along the way but I need to work within it's limited scope to finish it.' Maybe that's too harsh, but something like that

Posted by MeatSim

I am pro Ethernet ports because shit happens and wah wah.

Posted by Fattony12000

Whar whar.

Posted by Tsuchikage

I agree with Brad--wired Internet is the way to go. Wireless is too unstable.

Posted by Branwulf


Wah.... Wah?!

Posted by ErinIsADrunk

I like how Brad is trying to come up with reasons to explore the OS instead of playing the game >_<

Posted by Vrikk

Wah wah.

Posted by iamthejuggler

@ErinIsADrunk: They've alread quick looked the game. The interesting bits is how it interracts with the system. I'm using the word interesting there in the loosest sense...

Posted by GaspoweR

Wah wah

Posted by Satintrousers

wah....... wah