Category Archive: Videos/Animations

Any cool videos or animations that we find.

Aug 31

It’s-a-me! Luigi! – DidYouKnowGaming? Facts About Luigi

  DidYouKnowGaming? has some interesting facts and trivia about everyone’s favorite second banana: Luigi.

Aug 30

Defending Babies – Really Freakin’ Clever on Yoshi’s Island

Oooh…so close. So, I basically agree with this episode of Really Freakin’ Clever. Yoshi’s Island is a really important game and while he lightly touches on how Nintendo basically abandoned all other mechanical conventions in favor of creating ones that fit the theme (which is the actual clever thing), he decided to talk about the …

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Aug 29

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon’s “Sky Tower” Jazz Cover perf. by insaneintherainmusic and SungHa Hong

  I’ve never played any of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon games, but I like this song for two reasons. One, it’s performed by insaneintherainmusic who always produces great stuff. Two, it features a cello (an instrument I truly love). The cello in this piece was played perfectly by SungHa Hong. Everyone should go check out …

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Aug 29

iThe History of the Dinosaur Planet’s Animated Fan Series – Unseen64

    Liam Robertson of Unseen64 is plugging for a fan series that is going to animate a series based on the Dinosaur Planet, which as the video explains, was the old working title for an original concept that eventually became Star Fox Adventures.   You can follow the project by clicking on either of …

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Aug 28

Undertale’s “Bonetrousle” Violin Cover perf. Taylor Davis

  Taylor Davis covers one of the most memorable songs from all of Undertale: Bonetrousle.

Aug 28

The Forgotten Possibilities of Shadow of the Colossus – Did You Know Gaming?

  DidYouKnowGaming? tackles Shadow of the Colossus and gives us some behind the scenes trivia about unused concepts and story elements that could have been in the game.    

Aug 27

World of Warcraft’s “Elwynn Forest” Harp Duet Cover perf. by Camille and Kennerly

  I swear it’s been forever since I’ve gotten to post anything by Camille and Kennerly, the harp playing twin sisters. It was worth the wait though, as their rendition of “Elwynn Forest” from World of Warcraft is beautiful, relaxing, and a bit mysterious.

Aug 27

Sega’s Innovative Backwards Comparability Add-On – Gaming Historian

  Gaming Historian talks about the Sega Genesis Power Base Converter. It’s a nifty little device that allowed the Genesis to play older games from the Sega Master System. I guess it really showed off the benefits of backwards compatibility and that it’s something people are willing to pay for.

Aug 26

Skyrim’s “The Dragonborn Comes (Malukah’s vers.) Piano and Vocal Cover perf. by Moisés Nieto

  Oh, I didn’t know that Moisés Nieto also did vocal stuff. And it’s of a fan cover of a fan cover? I’m pretty sure “The Dragonborn Comes” is actually in the game (it’s been a long time) but I think Malukah version is the most popular ever.

Aug 26

10 Ways to Make Money Off Pokemon GO – Wacky Wednesday

    Wacky Wednesday has a top 10 list of reasons to reconsider your job choices…I mean…how people are making money off Pokemon GO. I have to admit to that some of these look pretty tempting to try for a little extra side money. Except stealing or hacking or anything like that of course.  

Aug 25

Megaman X’s “Intro Stage/Central Highway” Metal Cover perf. by Spirit Of Raijin

  Spirit Of Raijin is ready to get your blood pumping with this metal cover of the intro stage/Central Highway from Megaman X.

Aug 25

Fanservice and Power Fantasies – H.Bomberguy

  hbomberguy, who does a mix of discussions on video games and discussions about the hypocrisies of anti-feminists, does a little bit of both when discussing power fantasies in games and how cries of “censorship” are usually more self-serving than demonstrating any care for the creators of these games. It’s a pretty good video that’s …

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Aug 24

Yoshi’s Story Theme Jazz Cover perf. by The Consouls

  I absolutely loved Yoshi’s Story as a kid, with the music always being something that stood out to me as unique for it’s time. As The Consouls prove, those songs also make great jazz pieces.

Aug 24

The Lost Star Wars Games – Unseen64

Unseen64, published through DidYouKnowGaming?, has a video talking about Factor 5 and the lost Star Wars Rogue Squadron games, including a compilation game with improved features and an amazing idea you’ll have to watch to believe.  

Aug 23

Mario Kart 64’s “Rainbow Road” Rock Cover perf. by Shady Cicada

  Shady Cicada covers Mario Kart 64’s version of Rainbow Road, giving a cool rock feel to one of my favorite Mario Kart tracks.

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