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The Videogame Show What I've Done: Mega Man

Jul 11 // Jim Sterling

It seems these days that far too many game bloggers want to do videos, regardless of the fact that they have no professional recording equipment, editing skills, charisma, charm, confidence or knowledge. They just spew up a load of badly compressed, poorly captured footage and cover it in verbal sick, then decide they are now celebrity video superstars.

So I thought to myself, "I could do that too!"

I once auditioned for Screwing Attacks with my very first video but The Stutters Craig did not hire me, probably because he's a cock. Luckily I was unpeturbed and after more than a year, finally decided to do a series without Craig's help. He'll be sorry he ever ignored me. They'll all be sorry. 

Introducing the future of Internet video visual entertainments that use words and pictures to convey ideas about videogames that I've played with my hands. Ladies and gentlemen, it is The Videogame Show What I've Done, and this week we're talking about Mega Man! You remember when old videogames used to be new videogames? I sure do, so I'm going to talk about it for a bit.

Hit the jump for the video, which will be a series whether you want it to be or not actually!


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