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Bowser’s Back Door

“Let’s play through Super Mario World,” he said. “Should only take about three hours to beat all the levels,” he said. Only a few weeks later he was all like, “I got to go home and do my laundry.” Well, you’ve seen us play and fail our way through this game. You’ve heard us bicker and talk shit, but now we are finally to Bowser’s Castle. As usual Nick wants to go in through the backdoor.

Super Mario World (1991) – Nintendo Entertainment Research & Development 4

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Oskar Fabrikettle’s Discount Magic Item Shoppe

Would you like to get your hands on some magical item, but don’t quite have the dollar-doo’s to afford these high priced wares? Look no further! Come on down to Oskar Fabrikettle’s Discount Magic Item Shoppe! You could pick up a Hairpin of Obstenance, making you at least 25% more insufferable to fellow adventurers. Or purchase a Bracelet of Fabulousness, making you at least 25% more pretentious and fashionable. Buy now and we’ll throw in a Man of Medan, making you able to see 25% less detail in low light conditions. Yeah, it’s kind of a dull episode, but nobody watches this series anyway and the commentary is pretty fun.

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (2003) – Konami

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You Shot My Hooptie!

I’m not going to lie, there’s mostly just a bunch of exploration in this episode of Fallout 3, but exploring is half the fun of this game in my opinion. We get around the wasteland quite a bit here and discover not only one, but two military forts. We also seemingly kill every last member of Talon Company in the game. At least it seemed that way.

Fallout 3 (2008) – Bethesda Game Studios

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I Am the Night Shift

In this episode of Blood Omen 2 Kain grouses, Uma says a whole lot of nothing, and the game glitches to a point of failure and we have to re-load the game. Are we certain that Crystal Dynamics didn’t just change their name to Bethesda as some point? Other than that we gripe about stuff and I even sing about a second or two. I’d love to tell you we’re getting closer to the end, but we’ve only just begun.

Blood Omen 2 (2002) – Crystal Dynamics

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The Long Road

After the long awaited return of Nick to the game, I’d love to tell you that we make a lot of progress this episode, but mostly we just dick around a lot like we normally do. We do manage to bicker back and forth quite a bit though, so I guess that’s something. All I know is that it’s a hell of a long walk back to the ‘Fuck Nick’ level and we are in dire need of some capes and Yoshis… or are we?

Super Mario World (1991) – Nintendo Entertainment Research & Development 4

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The Pitt Part II

Pack a lunch because we’ve got a long, long episode this time around. We debated whether or not we should’ve actually split this episode into two smaller episodes, but I was able to cut it down to just a bit longer than the average runtime of a feature film. This one was very tough because not only did I screw up at almost every critical point of the mission, but we were still combating all the glitches and crashes that come with any Bethesda game. At least it’s not Fallout 76 though, I suppose.

Fallout 3 (2008) – Bethesda Game Studios

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And Not a Single Stopwatch to be Found

I’d love to tell you that we’re finally done with the Forgettable Garden, but with all the backtracking in this game, we’ll be seeing a lot more of this place well into the future. Fortunately though, we did make it to the big boss, so we can get it on. Looks like we’ve got ourselves a good ol’ fashioned Gorgon to deal with. Now what was it that totally worked on her back in the day? Oh yeah, it was the stopwatch! Now we just need to find a… there’s no stopwatch in this game. There’s one in almost every other Castlevania game, but not this one. Well, fuck.

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (2003) – Konami

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The Pitt Part II

Pack a lunch because we’ve got a long, long episode this time around. We debated whether or not we should’ve actually split this episode into two smaller episodes, but I was able to cut it down to just a bit longer than the average runtime of a feature film. This one was very tough because not only did I screw up at almost every critical point of the mission, but we were still combating all the glitches and crashes that come with any Bethesda game. At least it’s not Fallout 76 though, I suppose.

Fallout 3 (2008) – Bethesda Game Studios

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Every Kiss Begins with Kain

Turns out we had a bit of a problem with the last episode. I accidentally cut off the video before we got the cut scene that starts off Chapter 2. Don’t lose any sleep over it though. If I remember correctly Uma just blathered at Kain for awhile and then he boasted about how great he was. You seen one cut scene in this game you’ve pretty much scene just about all of them. Anyway, now we continue our way through that bad part of town and find some fancy-lad vampire poser called Faustus. Apparently we know him or something. Yawn.

Blood Omen 2 (2002) – Crystal Dynamics

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Better Without Nick

Well, we’re back, or at least most of us are. Nick was too concerned with stuffing his face with food than he was with helping us make it through this episode. On the plus side, we tend to actually do much, much better without him ‘Nick’ing things up for us. On the down side, Nick doesn’t actually leave; he just sit behind us a talks shit while he stuffs his face. What a fucker.

Super Mario World (1991) – Nintendo Entertainment Research & Development 4

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The One Where We Piss Off A Bunch Of People

You know, there is nothing more I find boring than a garden and this garden is so boring, even time had apparently forgotten about it. Never one to pass up an opportunity to bitch about things that annoy me, we spend a large portion of this episode talking about all sorts of stuff and griping about this and that to the point where I’m pretty sure we alienate most of the audience. Will we alienate you? Play the video and find out…

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (2003) – Konami

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The Pitt Part I

Join us as we continue our delve into the Fallout 3 DLC, The Pitt, or as I’ve come to now call it, The Glitch Pitt. Last you saw, Ol’ Werner comes to us with a great idea; he wants us to dress up like a slave and blend in, so obviously we go in guns blazing with our power armor and then somehow get beat by a handful of guards with pipes via the cutscene. Now we’ve decided to try it their way and be a slave and collect ingots for the Mill and all that works out well until we find a game breaking glitched roof. More glitches to come folks. We’ve only just begun.

Fallout 3 (2008) – Bethesda Game Studios

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Slummin’ With Kain

Remember that game in the Legacy of Kain franchise that came before Soul Reaver; Blood Omen. You remember, it was the one with terrible graphics, top-down view, super slow plot, and obscenely long run times. Well they made a sequel to it with Blood Omen 2, but they won’t be making the same mistake all over again; they’re making all new ones. It’s hard to believe this game came after Soul Reaver 1 and 2, because the 3D renders are blocky, the hit combat system is garbage, and the whole game is a long running glitch. Even worse, the story seems to retcon a bunch of stuff established in the previous four games so it makes almost no sense. I’d dare Coorhagan Jake to prove me wrong, but he seems to have conceded defeat.

Blood Omen 2 (2002) – Crystal Dynamics

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Yeeeaaahhh…

Definitely tune into this episode of Let’s Grumble because this time we take the dial and turn it from ‘Skeletor’ straight up to ‘Andy Rooney’! Like a wise man once said though, “We’ve got a long way to go and a short time to get there.” Watch as we race the clock to hopefully defeat Bowser before Mike runs out of time to do his laundry.

Super Mario World (1991) – Nintendo Entertainment Research & Development 4

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The Succubus, Heavy on the Suck

Well it’s about time we faced a boss in this game that is, if nothing else, easy on the eyes. She’s no Morrigan from Darkstalkers, but she’s by far prettier than Leon’s ‘bethroved’, who I’m pretty certain is actually just a burlap sack filled with flour and painted to sort of look like a woman. Anyway, at least we’re done with that god forsaken ‘Ghostly Theatre’; on to the ‘Garden Forgotten by Time’. Bring your weed killer, because I assume there’s a lot of neglect in this cabbage patch.

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (2003) – Konami

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Welcome to the Brad

In this bug riddled episode of Fallout 3, we decide to head up north so we can see what this lame ass distress signal is all about. It sounds like some wiener is going to need our help because apparently nobody else in Capital Wasteland has some Power Armor and a Gauss Rifle. Unfortunately for him, we have to cross most of the map to get there and this is a Bethesda game we’re playing so we’re bound to crash the game at some point I imagine.

Fallout 3 (2008) – Bethesda Game Studios

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That Turtles Game on Sega Genesis

Well it looks like I'm up to my old tricks and we're playing a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game again, but this one is a bit different from the rest. You see, I didn't have a Sega Genesis growing up and this game was always just known to me as 'that one on the Genesis that'll I'll never get to play'. Well we finally picked up a copy at a retro game store awhile back an we're playing it today. It turns out that this used most of the assets from Turtles in Time on SNES and is about half as long, so we manage to finish it in one episode.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist (1992) - Konami

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The Saddest Skeletor

Why would Skeletor be so sad you may ask yourself. Is he surrounded by bumbling boobs? Are his henchmen being numbskulls? It may be because we keep farting around in this game and he’s concerned about whether Mike will ever get home in a timely manner, but I’m guessing it just may be that Mike is sitting on him all wrong.

Super Mario World (1991) – Nintendo Entertainment Research & Development 4

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On the tenth day of Grumblemas...

Did you honeslty not think that I wouldn't be doing a follow-up on Vigilante 8 from last years Grumblemas? I fucking love these games and this is the best of the two. In my opinion it is the very pinnacle of the car combat genre and while one or two titles have come close in quality, none have surpassed it in all this time. The fact that we never got a third Vigilante 8 has been a terrible injustice to gaming. It's got a sweet sound track too. I know this is a bit of a longer episode, but I wanted to get all the way through with one character at least. Merry Grumblemas!

Good Kind Wenceslas - Robert Shaw Chamber Singers
Vigilante 9: 2nd Offense (1999) - Luxoflux

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On the twelfth day of Grumblemas...

Merry Grumblemas! Today we bring you Legends of Wrestlemania, my all time favorite wrestling games. Some of you may know (I don't exactly bring it up often), but I used to be a huge fan of WWF wrestling back in the Attitude era. Yes I still call it WWF, because WWE sounds dumb and they started calling themselves that right around the time I lost all interest in them and they became super PG. Fuck those stupid panda's it'll always be WWF to me. Anyway, I've been playing this game for over a decade now and I love it. So join us this Grumblemas morning as we relive some of the best Wrestlemania moments and I try to remember how this game controls. Merry Grumblemas and Merry Christmas from our couch to yours.

Good Kind Wenceslas - Robert Shaw Chamber Singers
Legends of Wrestlemania (2009) - Yuke's Co., Ltd.

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On the eleventh day of Grumblemas...

It's Grumblemas Eve. One of my favorite Christmas Eve traditions has always been sitting on the couch with loved ones and watching classic movies. As many of you probably know, I'm a bit of a film-buff an have spent a good portion of my life watching the classics and learning about the history of cinema. I even fancied becoming a film maker on occasion, but reality always got in the way. That's what I love about video games; they're an escape from reality where you can briefly be anything you want. In this BitChute Exclusive, we take a quick peak at one of my favorite games, The Movies. Merry Grumblemas, folks.

Good Kind Wenceslas - Robert Shaw Chamber Singers
The Movies (2005) - Lionhead Studios

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Axe Knight? More Like Ass Knight

In this episode of Let’s Grumble we cast all the stones, so watch out. We call out Weebs, Bikers, Canadians named Jake, Skeletons, Ghosts, and even Shadow Wolves. Also, I fall down a deep dark pit so many times that I lost count. This Ghostly Theatre has just brought out the worst in us, but the good news is that we found the bell. What bell you ask, well you’ll just have to tune in to find out.

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (2003) – Konami

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On the ninth day of Grumblemas...

When all my friends couldn't stop talking about SimCity for the SNES, I was genuinely confused. I couldn't see what they saw in the game. Years later, I rented SimCity 2000 for the PS1 and while I really enjoyed the game, I just didn't like the controller interface. Years later SimCity 3000 came out and at this point I had a PC that could run it. I love this game! I've built spreadsheets around managing my cities in this game. To this day, I still fire this game up from time to time to see if this time will be the time I finally build my perfect metropolis of the future. Merry Grumblemas!

Good Kind Wenceslas - Robert Shaw Chamber Singers
SimCity 3000 (1999) - Maxis

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On the sixth day of Grumblemas...

I'm pretty sure most of you haven't heard of Treasures of the Deep for the Playstation, but I used to rent it a lot back in the day and I absolutely loved it. It obviously hasn't aged well, but it's one of those games where you could see the potential. Okay, maybe only I would see the potential, but I have had a lifelong fascination with shipwrecks and marine salvage, so it may just be personal bias. Merry Grumblemas!

Good Kind Wenceslas - Robert Shaw Chamber Singers
Treasures of the Deep (1997) - Black Ops Entertainment

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On the fifth day of Grumblemas...

When I covered Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! last year for Grumblemas, I just knew that I would have to cover Super Punch-Out!! this year if I still had a channel. Well I still have a channel and today we bring you Super Punch-Out!! I wouldn't say that this is the best of the franchise, but it is definitely a great game. They changed a few things; most annoying of all is that you don't play as Little Mac this time and there's no inter-round conversations with Doc. It doesn't matter though because we do get some interesting new boxers to face along with a few familiar faces. Merry Grumblemas!

Good Kind Wenceslas - Robert Shaw Chamber Singers
Super Punch-Out!! (1994) - Nintendo R&D2

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