$00pah NiN10Doh!

rated 4.41 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Parody

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Jan 3, 2009 | 12:14 AM EST
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(Update: 1/7/09) - To those of you with questions, I can assure you all of them can easily be answered in the scene selection. By clicking the "?" next to each scene's icon, an info-screen will pop-up showing who animated it, who wrote it, who did voices in it and what music was used in it. Richie and I worked hard on the menu to make sure that all of these typical questions could be easily answered, so give the scene select a gander for all of the answers you seek!


Okay so, originally I was gonna give a stereotypical "marketing speech" to go along with the release of this movie like "THE BIGGEST VIDEO GAME PARODY COLLAB EVER TO HIT NEWGROUNDS FEATURING BLAH AND BLAH BLAH WITH SPECIAL GUEST STARS BLAH BLAH BLAH!" but that's become beyond ridiculous by this point so I'll save it.

This collab is NOT intended to be the most original, the most creative, hell not even the most "funny" thing in the world. It's literally just another collection of NG-style Video Game Parodies made by a bunch of guys who wanted to have some fun. If you happen to get any of that same fun or enjoyment out of it in the process, then that's good and I think all of us will appreciate that. If not, well then that's fine too. Either case, it is what it is. Hopefully that's acceptable enough.

Regardless, I'm incredibly proud of how this project turned out...and nothing to do with what I myself had brought to it, but what everyone else has done. I can't believe how incredible the animation for this project has turned out and I owe all of the talented folks that joined in for that. There were a LOT of segments that unfortunately weren't finished being animated, with a few that were also taken out for various reasons. So to everyone who contributed to this project, even if you didn't get to finish, thank you SO much for putting the time in and being part of this final video game parody of mine. I hope everyone will enjoy $00pah NiN10Doh! for what it is and get a good laugh or two.

BIG special thanks to Tom Fulp for the sponsorship and support for this project and JohnnyUtah for helping me compile this monster during a dire situation!



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It's not bad, but not great.

I know this might get flamed but to me this did not live up to my expectations. Some parts were funny but some segments would give you a heads up on what would happen and kill the funny, too much effort was put to try and be funny really do not make it funny at all, and the level of sexual jokes was irritating.
The work done on the first one was brilliant but compared to the other pieces of work I've seen Kirbopher, Pikanjo and LF have done in the past it isn't done much justice.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Perberted, hilarious, Awesome.

I loved it, the animation was fluid, it was colorful, and all the jokes deserve a medal. It was hilarious, the only thing that could use improving is music, but I guess its really not necessary.

All in all, it deserves a 10.

Great job.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Preeeeetty good

Some where on the internet there is a furry getting a boner, other wise.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

pop-culture and fan service ftw!

You were working more for the fans and gamers here, rather than developing your own imagination and humor based off nintendo. The collab can be cleanly divided in terms of quality.
1/2 of the pieces were short and completely unfunny, seemingly made just as a transition between the other pieces.
1/6 were real high-quality pieces that were made with true care and sense behind them.
The last 1/3 is great in terms of quality (like the pokemon snap parts), but the great quality of art and animation are let down by execution (It just felt wrong looking at pokemon porn, it's even more revolting than fur-fag hentai, and I don't approve of hentai in general. The way it was over-exaggerated doesn't help any either).
Overall only half of that was worth watching, the rest made lazy by trying to appeal to the fan base. Still props to Kirb for actually managing to put this together despite the problems :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hit and miss

It didn't really capture the "magic" of the first installment, but it was still entertaining nonetheless. While most of the skits had some comical value (I liked Pierre and David's part the best,) others were just plain pointless. As much as I love John & Richie, did we really need 3 minutes of naked human-shaped Pokemon? No thanks. Though it was good to see Legendary Frog alive and well.

All in all, it was a satisfying treat for fans who crave for more video game parodies.

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