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Jul 15, 2008 | 4:01 PM EDT
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Taco-Man: The Game Master (Episode One)
Press Start to Play (July 14th, 2008) - Taco-Man is warped to Video Game Land in order to help stop an evil lawyer bent on revenge. Taco-Man reviews Killer Instinct for the Nintendo 64.

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Written, Animated, and Voiced by Sam T
Narrator Voice by Jeffrey Wisenbaugh



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

So good

This literally made me start playing act raiser.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


It seems as though the work of a separate writer, director, and animator were all applied to make this masterpiece. It's not perfect, but it was funny, engaging, and enduring. Congratulations on this piece.

Samination responds:

Nope. All made by me. Thanks and glad you enjoyed it!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


please change his eyes! Seriously I can't watch these series if bana guy has those ugly eyes. Also try to be more energetic on the voice acting I was almost sleeping there. Nice video btw ^^

Samination responds:

No way! Taco-Man's eyes are here to stay!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Game Master = Masterful!

Wow, what amazing animation! And the writing was certainly chuckle-worthy. Plus, I love parodies, and I'm glad someone finally did one of Captain N! I can't wait to see the next episode of Taco-Man the Game Master! See what you did?! You made me excited! Arg! Now I have to go clean up this spot... ;(

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Samination responds:

Here's a tissue. :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Holy crap, that was much better than I anticipated. It's a spoof off the Captain N: The Game Master show! You even had the princess, the midget who is supposed to be Megaman and the metrosexual Castlevania dude that nobody likes. And I guess the sonic guy who is called Blast is supposed to take Kid Icarus' place and the Pacman thing is...uh...just thrown in. That always confused me...apparently back then the character WAS called Icarus, like the game title, so why is he called 'Pit' now for SSBB? Eh, whatever.

Samination responds:

His name was always Pit, but I believe they called him Kid Icarus in the cartoon, so kids would remember the name of the game they were to purchase. Captain N was basically just a 30 minute Nintendo ad.