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Press Start: Bonus Levels
"Statue of Limitations"

Buzz Porcupine and Plumber Pete attempt to assassinate Count Vile as he checks on the progress of a statue built in his honor.

Incidentally, watching the previous episode "Strategy Games", while not absolutely necessary, doesn't hurt. :-)

This toon also features the voice of Egoraptor, the creator of Metal Gear Awesome and Awesome the Hedgehog -- among others.

"Press Start: Bonus Levels" is a monthly animated series based on the upcoming videogame comedy movie "Press Start".

Each episode is only a few minutes long and features the voice talents of the "Press Start" cast, as well as others, plus music by professional videogame composer Jake "virt" Kaufman.

For more information about "Press Start", visit www.PressStartMovie.com.

Reviews


klhaidklhaid

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 31, 2006

cool

waiting fro the movie



Flaming-DookieFlaming-Dookie

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 31, 2006

The last 2 episodes of this series make sense!

Watched the other episodes on your site...without having watched the strategy episode first I would have had no idea what I was watching. Off-topic of the review I know.

Well the graphics are fairly good.

Video game themes are pretty overused, but it's still not bad.

Sound...the music in the intro and credits just seems too loud to me.

Violence...plenty of violence.

Interactivity, no more than a pre-loader.

Humor, it was pretty funny.

Well there you go.



LeonSKLeonSK

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 30, 2006

Haha!

A few good moments as usual. I did'nt think that vile was so dump! Too bad trenton and lin-ku were'nt there!



greensucksbluerulesgreensucksbluerules

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars December 29, 2006

It was alright

Not as great as the previous ones, but it's still funny. It was kind of interesting you used the parody versions Sonic and Mario as the main characters. I also like the new design for Vile's assistant.