Me neither.....at first. But when I learned about him....I'll admit, it freaked me out.
His name is Giygas and he's the final boss of the SNES game Earthbound. You can learn more about him from these links:
Last edited by NeoSpearBlade; 01-29-2010 at 02:23 AM.
Scary little fetus boss.
At least kids are too young to know what's going on.. or are they..?
The music was scary/weird though.
In all honesty, this is -in it's purest form- a mindf**k boss. Remember, the game was rated E (back then, it was K-A) and this thing came out of nowhere and the fact that when you kill it, it 'kills' your TV too- you will never be able to go to sleep at night after this.
Unfortunately, I didn't have the luck of playing it since I was born and raised in the PSX era so I'm just imagining what kids went through when they beat him.
In the comments section of this YouTube video, you'll hear more experiences that people went through:
If this is true, it's kind of terrible of the guy to want other people to experience it too.Originally Posted by lightdiviner (on youtube)
And for those who are interested, you should read what
AkumaUchitoru said about the game. I feel sorry for him.
I'm really interested in the story line of the game, too bad I didn't play it (or maybe I was lucky enough to not play it). I read in one of the videos about Giygas that everything that the character "Pokey" was saying in the game was all a lie. Just wondering what that was all about, but I guess I could google it some other time.. or if anyone would like to explain for me, that'd be nice too :P
So yeah, thanks Neo for creeping us out! :D
-turns back on Owl City music- Happy happy happy thoughts.
Well said, dude.Originally Posted by AkumaUchitoru (on YouTube)
Nintendo is like a cute little puppy- a puppy that can rip out your arm and eat it if it wants to. Aww, so cute! XD
Last edited by NeoSpearBlade; 01-29-2010 at 04:36 AM.
They ditched that image yyyyyyeaaaaars ago.
But still mostly prevalent during the SNES era, admittedly.
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