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Press Start: Bonus Levels
"Endgame, Part 2"
The Resistance is under siege by Count Vile's troops! Also includes a sneak peek at the Press Start movie!
BONUS LEVELS WILL RETURN JULY 27!
This episode follows "Strategy Games", "Statue of Limitations", "Mage of Empires", and "Endgame, Part 1".
"Press Start: Bonus Levels" is a monthly animated series based on the upcoming videogame comedy movie "Press Start", coming to DVD September 25.
For more information about "Press Start", visit www.PressStartMovie.com.
Pretty frigging funny.
Also I think it's spelled "parody", not "Sephiroth".
It is spelt Sephiroth.
And Kinlu looks like Noob Saibot
This is for the entire series.
Resitance real names
Kinlu=Mortal Kombatant (don't know name)
Commander Crawfish=Likatu (with spiny eggs)
Koopas (statue builders)
The guy from Dig dug
Beezos (bee like shy guys)
The prince of the galaxy (katamari)
Solid Snake (metal gear solid)
Non Characters (items)
The alien from Alien Homonid
There are some whose names I do not know.
The series is excelent!!
I only just found this series last month, but I have to say you've already gotten me stoked for that movie! I was kindof worried that the excelent voice cast wouldn't transfer well into live action, but that brief clip has put most of those concerns to rest.
Now I'm just curious as to how you're going to pull off characters like sonic in live action.
My only complaint is with Sam's voice. I understand why the distortion is there, but it is just painful to listen to as it is now. Still, as that is my only complaint, and the rest of the voice acting cast has so surpassed excelence that it can be forgiven >_<
By the way, is Scarthcaroth's theme going to be available to download in the near future? I can't get it out of my head!
Funny series. Keep it up!
Since I just noticed Press Start today, this will be a review for the series as a whole, not just this episode.
Graphics: The best part is the occasional fight sequence, and the sheer diversity of characters, backgrounds, and props. For the most part, the graphics are hastily-scribbled wacom fodder, with cheap motion-tweening animations. The occasional fight sequence is always well-done, though, and the humor more than carries the series.
Style: Fortunately, the artists make good the most of their slapdash style to promote rapid development. Who else do we know who releases every month like clockwork? Every scene is liberally sprinkled with little details that would probably be overlooked in a more professional piece. I'm talking aboiut stuff like Vlad's cell phone, or any scene featuring a variety of power-ups or attacks tossed around liberally. They can crank out a new graphic in a few minutes using this rough style, so it really gives them freedom to flesh out the world, or add a new graphic or character just for a 2-second joke.
Sound: Good voices, well-recorded, punctuated by the occasional bit of music. I actually didn't realize how decent the voices and acting were until I saw the Movie teaser at the end. These dudes are using the wrong medium! I'm now looking forward to the DVD!
Violence: What? That guy was inside-out when I got here!
Humor: Plenty of retro gaming jokes, the occasional character running gag. The phrases "the ol' Jesus-a-rang" and "You're no match for Weaponized Christianity" are some of the the funniest damn memes ever to be quited in someone's forum signature.
Overall: The visuals are a rough on the surface, but the show is funny and the world is fleshed out pretty well. It's not the Drawn Together of video game characters or anything... you'd need 500% more jokes and 1200% more sacrilige to make that happen. But it's an amusing romp in its own right.
A look at the first day of Lucina in Super Smash
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