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Anyone remember Alex Kidd? He starts his first day at work with his new promotion.
Huge thanks to Steampianist for his amazing music.
Voices by JamesStarrunner, ClassicSnap, and TShirt4.
Worked on this thing over the summer, but school came up again and ate my freetime. I was able to finish this up in between classes hehe.
haha ya. poor rejected characters. and damn sonic...
It's about time someone did another Alex Kidd parody.
I may be a big ass Nintendo fan, but I also am one of the few people who remember the Sega Master System. In addition, it's great to see an underused subject get covered on here and done right. With that out of the way.
When it comes to the animation, the lip-sync is excellent, but some of the animation in this looked awkward in areas. (Namely, two of the early scenes.) However, the style in this was unique and had good color sense. In other words, I recommend that you look up some books on animating though you do have the skills. As for the sound category, Steam Pianist did an excellent job on the music and the voice acting was excellent. Nothing to really complain about here. Finally, the content is well-written and pretty damn funny. Your direction is excellent and I love how you had those Sega references that didn't feel shoehorned and obnoxious.
-Nice colors and lip sync
-Well-written and directed
-Great voice acting and music
-Some of the animations looked awkward
Overall: Here's a nine from me. (4.5/5)
Geez, hahah. Sucks to be that Kidd.
Nice job on this: The music department, the voices, the animation; they all really came together like cereal and milk. Thumbs-up to the writer(s) for making Kidd so obnoxious. Despite that, I still ended up feeling bad for him. He really did end up making some big 'fat bombs', huh?
I just got that little Americanization joke on the credits screen, too. Lots of references to go back and catch, so it's got plenty of replay value. (I know I saw Fulp in there, somewhere!)
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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