Let's party like it's 1999... or you know, 2001.
I don't know who you are or what you're like in real life, but I disagree with something you have said on the internet. I guess that makes you a homosexual.
Not the Harry Potter one
Posted by Bobbybroccoli - October 29th, 2014
This is a project that took three months to make, not including a very terrible first draft from over a year ago. All the drawings are done by me, editing was done by me, all the footage was taken by me, and I'm very proud to present my review of Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom.
I'm going to update this post like a blog cataloging some of the shenanigans that went on during production, just for fun. Anyway, here it is:
Posted by Bobbybroccoli - June 8th, 2014
My friends and I do some Let's Plays. https://www.youtube.com/user/TheNitrousTurtle
You can check us out if you want.
I made another one. I'm happy with the way this one turned out.
I'm starting university soon. I could've used an extra month of summer. Also Smash Bros is coming out soon, and my sister wants a 3DS, so I won't be lonely! P.S I'll play with you too if you want.
Posted by Bobbybroccoli - April 10th, 2014
In other news, I've been watching a lot of Attack on Titan, How I met your Mother, and general videogame videos on youtube. I've also discovered that grapes are the best thing ever. Seriously, you should try them before they stop being cool.
Posted by Bobbybroccoli - March 15th, 2014
Well, my first show really.
I've been wanting to make a show about videogames for a while now, so I made one that involves cartoons and game design. Every show about games has already been done to death, but I really just want to be able to say I did something creative with my life...
...that wasn't just about talking vegetables.
Obviously, I'd appreciate any feedback, as I will be producing future episodes, and I want to improve.
Posted by Bobbybroccoli - January 12th, 2013
While this has been going on for years, the recent Connecticut Massacre has prompted much concern over our favourite form of interactive media, and even a program that allowed parents to send in violent games for a 25$ gift card for Church related activities.
This program was later cancelled after it was made clear the program runners weren't going to sell the videogames to fund schools or make parks, but destroy the games.
Then the NRA calls the videogame industry an "underhanded shadow industry". We all know that the NRA is not always the best source for informed opinions, considering they made 4 videogames all about using guns.
Now game industry heads are meeting with Joe Biden to discuss all this. I am not all that confident with the medium's ability to win this fight, even if Biden doesn't consider videogames to be the only factor related to violence in children.
I've grown up on videogames. Some of my favourite memories include zooming around in go karts filled with turtles and plumbers, and saving the day talking sponges in square pants.
I am like this at this point in time: A. Not interested in cars beyond getting from point A to B, and B. not into walking around at the bottom of the ocean.
The most violent videogame I played as a child was Lord of the Rings III, for Gamecube. It was rated Teen, and the only reason my parents bought if for me was because I told them I played it a friends house, which I had.
The game was quite violent, atleast by my standards. You battle waves of orcs, and they in vilent manner, sometimes through beaheadings if you pulled off ridiculous combos. But there was no blood. Enemies fell to the ground and slowly faded away. Also, I'M FIGHTING A FICTIONAL RACE OF PILLAGERS AND MURDERERS. This is still one of my favourite licensed games ever, and I did not want to grow up to be a swords man.
My parents were cautious of this game because it was slightly violent. I understand that know. I actually never had any desire to play an violent media of any kind. I was a pretty big wimp when it comes to that. My parents never had to worry about me playing any of those games (I was even scared of the LoTR game at first) so I never had the chance to be exposed to this "underhanded shadow industry".
My parents were not idiots. They did not let me watch movies or games that would be too violent, like the Matrix, which I watched with my dad. Presently I still don't like scary movies, but I like violent games. I love playing shooters with my friends, but I play the shit out of games like Kirby's Epic Yarn because both games are what they are: games.
TD;DR, Parents decide how their kids grow up. I didn't like playing violent games, and my parents supervised me when I did. There are ratings systems, and parents need to follow them.
I should note I live in Canada which has a drastically lower murder rate. Still, the U.S influences us in many ways, and I hope however this debate turns out is not one of them.
Share any opinions you have on this matter.
Posted by Bobbybroccoli - April 9th, 2012
I really like Videogame music. I like it so much that I listen to it more than any other music. So I decided to creat an archive of my favourite themes from every game I've played.
Edit: So The-Great-One made a thread like mine in the Club/crew section (I should have thought of that) and named it Club Stoic. The youtube links really slow down your computer, so just let it load before viewing.
This is after my attempt at an official thread. It didn't catch on. So I'm taking matters into my own hands.
I'll only feature on track from each game, so no repeats.
999: Morphogenetic Sorrow.
Super Mario Galaxy 2: Puzzle plank Galaxy.
LoZ Skyward Sword: Fi's farewell.
Super Mario 64: Dire dire docks.
SSB Brawl: Tabuu's theme.
Kid Icarus Uprising: Magnus' theme.
Spongebob Squarepants Battle for Bikini Bottom: Downtown.
Mario Kart Double Dash: Waluigi/Wario courses.
Mario and Luigi Bowsers' inside story: Grasslands, inside Bowser.
Cave Story: Onto Grasstown.
Super Street Fighter IV: Juri's theme.
Kirby's Epic Yarn: Lava Landing.
LoZ Ocarina of Time: Song of Storms.
Goldeneye: Nightclub theme.
Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire: Slateport City.
Pokémon White/Black: Driftveil City.
Fire Emblem the Sacred Stones: Rise above.
Yoshi's Island: Flower Garden.
Klonoa: Red hot Coronia.
Tatsunoko VS Capcom: Orbital Ring System cargo bay.
Yoshi's Story: Come back to me.
SBCG4AP: Dangeresque theme.
Donkey Kong Country: Main Theme.
Rhythm Heaven Fever: Remix 10.
Mario Party 8: Rules select.
Super Mario 3D Land: Secret World 4 theme.
Paper Mario: Crystal Palace Crawl.
Yoshi Touch and Go: Flower Fields.
Mario Kart 7: Shy Guy Bazaar.
Wii Music: Main theme.
Wii Sports Resort: Main theme.
Wii Sports: Baseball training.
New Super Mario Bros Wii: Staff Roll.
Mario Power Tennis: Blooper game match point.
LoZ Minish Cap: Minish woods.
Warioware Mega Micro Games: Credits theme.
Ducktales: The moon.
Mario Strikers Charged: Luigi's theme.
Find Mii II: Venture forth 4.
Tetris: Theme A.
LoZ Spirit Tracks: Overworld theme.
Wario Land 4: Pinball land.
Mario Kart DS: Waluigi Pinball.
Super Mario World: Underwater theme.
VVVVVV: Predestined fate.
Mutant Mudds: Level 1-1.
Super Mario Galaxy: Purple coin hunt.
Pokémon Snap: Cave theme.
Metroid Prime: Tallon Overworld (first).
Sonic R: Livin in the city.
Dead island: That song from the trailer.
Three dirty Dwarves: Streets of Bronx.
Metroid Prime 2: Dead marines.
Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday: Wacky Land.
Currently a work in progress.
Posted by Bobbybroccoli - March 29th, 2012
Recently Edd Gould of eddsworld animation died from a six year battle with cancer.
He was one of the best animators on Newgrounds, and will be missed very much.
He was one of my favourite animators, and Newgrounds (or the rest of the internet) won't be the same.
Please watch some of his movies to pay your respects.