Realistic video game sound effects are a little too realistic

Realistic video game sound effects are a little too realistic

The Internet is a safe place to explore all the video games we liked as children—really get in there and ruin the magic. The latest craze began when someone decided to dub Super Mario Bros. with "realistic" sound effects, meaning lots of grunting and, when a goomba knocks big Mario to small, shouting, "Ah! My arm!" After a few seconds, you'll get the joke. Someone took it one (or many) step(s) further today, creating a compilation video with sound effects for Mega Man 2, The Legend Of Zelda, Contra, and others. Again, it's more nifty than spectacular, but all I'll say is: I've never been more terrified of playing Tetris than I am right now.

[Geekologie]

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