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Press Start Adventures - "Up to Code"

Vlad's castle is invaded by a loud-mouthed building inspector. Featuring the voices of David Humphrey (SONIC ADVENTURE 2 & SONIC HEROES) and Arin "Egoraptor" Hanson!

"Press Start Adventures" is a monthly animated series that follows the live-action videogame parody movie "Press Start", available on DVD at www.PressStartMovie.com.

Some folks have asked why these episodes are a little shorter than the earlier Press Start cartoons. They were originally intended for mobile devices and needed to be under 3 minutes -- ideally around 2. We've got a batch of toons already in production, but we'll revisit the length after those. Thanks for your support!

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Pretty Good

This ain't half bad. Animation pretty good, liked the video game references (being a video game nerd and all), and this movie had it's funny moments. It's not a ten yet, but it's still pretty good. Kinda dumb letting a house inspector into a end boss castle. Doesn't he know it's suppose to be extremely dangerous? Anyway, good movie and I hope that your future work is this good or better.



Wow

These have always been fantastic, but the Pumpkin Hill reference was fantastic



Loved the visual puns!

I know I gave it an 8, but that's because it wasn't one of those "hilariously funny, rolling on the floor" flash movies.

No offense.

But still, the visual puns are great! I love the thought of a building inspector for the darker side of the game world. Haha.



Haha Awesome

That was awesome dude !
Animation was great



I like where this is going...

Not exactly funny, but it was entertaining and very interesting. I also think the voice work was top notch (except for the succubus).


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Score
4.42 / 5.00

Uploaded
Mar 27, 2009
10:04 AM EDT
Genre
Comedy - Parody
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