Decline of Video Gaming 3

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Dim here - www.SuperFlashBros.net -
Decline 3 has arrived! Over 15 minutes long, this cartoon (set in 2005) follows the further exploits of Dim, Dan, JT, Tom, The Evil Developers along with other familiar faces.

While the movie is loading, make sure to play the new SFB Zelda game!

We'd like to thank everyone who helped out during production...
As always, Egoraptor played a big part in providing lots of the voices, as well as some very original jokes - Thanks Ego!
Paul Coskun helped me out with developing some of my earlier ideas, and really brought something extra to the script.
I'd like to thank Princess Aurora - she didn't make it into the final movie (sorry!) but she did provide some great voice samples.
Thanks to Joanime for being really efficient and helpful.
And thanks to Ross for being there to help me out and discuss ideas.

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The DS vs PSP thing aged terribly. Heh. I cant believe I was 10 when i watched this. Age 25 now, still just as golden.

I just can't stop the old feelings from all that I used to watch. It's different now because I don't find it that funny anymore, but that's my fault because I used to say all these jokes all the time.

I've moved on, that doesn't mean I hate it or can't stand it. I'm just different now and really appreciate that this was made. It made me happy and that's something everyone could use more of.

Hope more people see and maybe, understand the references I made 10+ years ago.

P.S. glad Kojima made it out of prison ^^

Didn’t take very long for that PSP dick ride to become grossly dated lol

Evil robot usses! XD

Classic! I miss this series.

Also: after ten years, I really had to laugh out loud, when they said, the PSP had a "really good" range of games. :D

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4.72 / 5.00

Jul 25, 2005
1:01 AM EDT
Comedy - Parody
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