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StarBoy91

Good point.
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bro2dragons

@RWP: very true with the picture. and your sig goes nicely as well.

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RandomWiiPlayer

Ricardo91 wrote:

Superman wrote:

I'd say it's worth losing Sonic to live in a world without Mario.

How does a gamer even say that!?

He has an opinion, that's how.

The Game.

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Devil_Hunter_Dante

I do not know and neither does anyone else. The fact of the matter is we do not have to worry about it .

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Devil_Hunter_Dante

Noire

I might be a productive member of society.

Might.

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There can only be one, like in that foreign movie where there could only be one, and in the end there is only one dude left, because that was the point.

Terra

PhoenixSage wrote:

I might be a productive member of society.

Might.

Same here as well. It's a scary thought

Terra

TKOWL

After the year 1985 the world got tired of Pac-Man knockoffs and got really mad. Then the Soviet Union saw this as a chance to do a "test fire" on the planet
This is what happened:
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StarBoy91

@ryan - That may explain how Wall-E's exposition got to where it is.

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Blue_Protoman

ryanknight717 wrote:

After the year 1985 the world got tired of Pac-Man knockoffs and got really mad. Then the Soviet Union saw this as a chance to do a "test fire" on the planet
This is what happened:
Untitled

Egad! Skynet lives!

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The_Fox

ryanknight717 wrote:

After the year 1985 the world got tired of Pac-Man knockoffs and got really mad. Then the Soviet Union saw this as a chance to do a "test fire" on the planet
This is what happened:
Untitled

Say, not to overthink things, but if that were the result of nukes why are there biohazard symbols all over?

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CanisWolfred

bro2dragons wrote:

Superman... i honestly don't think videogames would exist today at all without Mario if you remember, "video game" was taboo at the dawn of the NES, after the decline of the Atari with its legions of mass-produced shovelware. it was R.O.B. that allowed Ninty to market the NES as a "robotic toy", and get it into people's homes, then it was Mario who kept it there. without him, i think that the NES would have been fairly quickly dismissed as a fad, and after failing twice, the videogame (including pc game) industry would have been dead forever. i think even you, Superman, owe a lot to Mario.

We all do, we all do...

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StarBoy91

The RoboNanny must have lost it again. ^^

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