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Classic Gamer Video: Nintendo 64 kid goes apeshit


3:25 AM on 06.14.2006



I hope he's not emotionally scarred from having millions of people around the world laugh at his expense... and allows cameras to document the arrival of his Wii. This is a hard act to follow though, he'd have to vomit on his little sister at least. Sent in by Spazz on our video game forums





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