I hesitated sharing this Mega64 parody of the film Looper because I didn't want to risk spoiling the actual movie for anybody. However, I myself have yet to see Looper, so I'm probably f*cked. And if I'm f*cked, you're all f*cked as well.
So what happens to the games of the future when no one wants to play them anymore? They are sent back in time to be disposed of by the Game Looper. But is there was a way to prevent such a bleak future from ever coming to pass?
Mega64 - Gooper [GameTrailers]
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