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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
Playin' some foosball too
Taco-Man came by, he gave me some water he gave me some water.
I didn't like it
The animation was killer, but i didn't like the comedy. It was very hti and miss, and tried very hard to be funny, but it wasn't. Also the whole game thing was kind of random and had like no point in the movie, i would hae taken it out. It was kinda cool how you changed around all of the classic video game characters, but again, not used to their full comedy potential. Make it less subtle and more strait forward. Also i found taco man's voice insanely annoying. Looking forward to sequals.
Just trying something different! Think of it like those old Beavis and Butthead cartoons where they stuck in Music Videos. However, the game review did tie back into the cartoon as it gave you some info on Fulgore and a few of the jokes. However, the next episodes will revolve around one game, so the reviews should blend in better.
Eh. Not so spicy (Taco Pun)
This show wasn't really that great. All it was was making fun of certain things, the word "Ass" a lot, and cheesy battle sequences. And, on a not-so-minor side note, save the Killer Instinct 64 review for after the cartoon. Or seperate from the Toon itself. Still, the animation must've taken a while to do, so I can't say it totally reeked. Just try harder in the future.
Not bad, but it felt like this Flash didn't know what the hell it was trying to be. The game "review" (and I use that term loosely) came out of nowhere considering there was more time spent on the flash cartoon itself. Was this a review or a story?
Also, I couldn't fully appreciate the spoofed video game characters. There are distinct types of parodies: ones that blatantly use the same persona (like 90% of the Flashes here), and those that are much more subtle (You see these more in professional grade cartoons). You combined them and it didn't work. Once you started using their exact sound effects, music, and characteristics (like the ring explosion) it got hokey. Too heavy-handed, you might as well have called them all by their real names.
Anyway, not a bad video, but there are definately weak spots.
I remember that show.
It was alright aside from being really corny at parts.
You did an alright parody of it, took me a sec to catch on though.
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