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#31 - Friday Night Funkin'

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Funkin' on a Saturday Night with the boissssssssssss!!


Guests @ninjamuffin99, @kawaisprite, @PhantomArcade, and @evilsk8r explain their smash hit FRIDAY NIGHT FUNKIN' and the process that it took to achieve such a grand feat. Also! Technical difficulties!


"It's been described as a love child between PaRappa the Rapper, Guitaroo Man, and Dance Dance Revolution, but only true Funkheads will understand what it means to be a Friday night."

- PLAYSTATION MAGAZINE, MAY 2003 ISSUE



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