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Feb 2, 2005 | 12:51 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place February 3, 2005

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The conclusion to the smash hit Barge of a 1000 Bullets. Mario changes the mushroom kingdom with his own blood. Check out the extra Planet of the Apes ending in "scenes" section.

The cartoon didn't make sense? Read below in a NG Review exclusive!

Reviewed by: Divin
"When mario gets shot, this is the first time in video game history that mario has ever actually bleeded and due to his original nature (as a human before accidently going into a pipe to videogame land where he transformed into a sprite), it transforms him back to his original form as a human. This is transformation No. 1.
When Bowser is choking the human mario, the massive amounts of blood lost by human mario transforms the whole video game into a human world (hence the hand drawn toads at the end indicating THEY are NOW human)...
So instead of 2 different worlds, one sprite, and one human... mario has changed the course of history and changed them both into real worlds... This could possibly lead to repercussions in the normal real world kind of like interdimensional parrallels...Thus, it would make sense for mario's change from a sprite to a hand drawn character...Or... he only did it in one day..."

"Randy Solem says vote 0 but I'm not gonna listen to that loser.He needs to get a fucking reality check." Reviewed by: Red_Genocyber.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I liked the gun battle action

But you lost me with whole human mario and blood crap. Sorry.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It was ok

I thought it was ok except the idea isn't really that original. I mean mario is great and all. Also try not using sprites. when mario was animated it was a lot better.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

this was cool but not that cool

i like to see mario with guns but thats all it was(and the blood i loved the blood) but that didnt make up the animations and sound. im being a little harsh about this, this is a pretty good toon

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


And Thus, the 64bit world was born


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great Sequel

This one's great. The ending was a little flat though. Otherwise, great on.