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Rise of the MK - Disc 1

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Jan 31, 2013 | 12:57 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place February 1, 2013

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HD RELEASE: The death of a hero forces the Mushroom Kingdom to get revenge.

This is a special HD release of Rise of the Mushroom Kingdom. Disc 1 includes both the original Parts 1 and 2 combined into one epic movie! Disc 2 next week(ish)

Created by the late Randy Solem, Rise of the Mushroom Kingdom may very well be one of the most epic Mario sprite movies to ever hit the web. Infact at one point this was so popular that G4's Attack of the Show brought him to the studio for a T.V interview.

R.I.P Randy Solem

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Backlash-DBacklash-D

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I can only picture Randy's face on that tumbstone at the end and how the mood of both the beginning and the end of this is exactly how the familly of Randy must feel.

I might not have known as a person but his flash is the soul reason behind my career choice in life as an animator. Thanks for the memories.


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CyberWraith84CyberWraith84

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing work from a very talented guy who will be sorely missed in the NG community!


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DavidJMooreDavidJMoore

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thanks Jeff. What I love most about the series is the creative ideas and neat cinematic scenes. a very well made movie, so entertaining. One of the best.


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CrackerJack30CrackerJack30

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I normally don't vote or review re-released content, but this is a exception. Thank you so much for this, it brought back some precious moments to my mind.

And I'm not ashamed to mention, since Randy is gone, I couldn't help but feel a deep sadness while watching the funeral scene in the beginning...


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Dangerous-DDangerous-D

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice to see Randy's Legacy living on, the guy was like a Brother and will be truly missed