If a video game kept seeming better and more delightful the more you played it but then it’s final chapter was virtual water torture, could you say you liked the game? Damn the ending. Fluidity is a nutty winner.
Twas the Monday before Christmas, and all through Nintendo’s house several creatures were stirring, including an afro-wearing robot hell bent on rescuing his five foxy girlfriends from the man.
File this under: ‘we thought this would be lame but it turned out to be awesome’. A brilliant reworking of Billy Joel’s ‘We Didn’t Start The Fire’, replacing history spinning ‘classic’ with the history of video games. Watch and have your heart warmed.