unrelated, but it has to be one of the funniest japanese shows XD
wow im sorry...i've never heard of that game before! XD
someone here into "Nintendo Pocket Football Club"? .. most enjoyable game on 3ds.
I can give some special cards combos
ANOTHER NEW VIDEO!
PLAY IT: Lorule Field (Link Between Worlds) for 4 violins
I believe i'm the first to upload a music video for this specific theme from link between worlds... hope everything goes well xD
http://i.imgur.com/DfaojFC.png I'll just link because some people probably can't laugh their butt off at it.
BAHAHAHA OMG THAT MADE MY DAYYYY XDDDDD
AND IT'S ALSO EASTER BREAK SO LOLOL XD
I adore those fake character reveal images. And I love any "Ridley is too big" joke on the planet and they will never get old
/v/'s smash roster :'D :
Nintendo 3DS - Trailer - Kirby: Triple Deluxe
i think that sounds like to most logically explanation
Maybe he saw a discarded banana peel on the road and spun out so they'd lose momentum.
haha U GO MANNN! XD
yeah i was thinking that I would be pretty quick to pick up how to drive a car because of mario kart xD
I just wonder...how did the boy slow the car down when his (assuming) grandma's foot was still on the acceleration pedal?
katy hollingworth wrote:
Mario Kart Saves Lives: Boy Takes Wheel When Grandma Passes Out
In a switch from the normally dark, cruel, hate-filled news in gaming culture lately, one video game directly attributed to saving the lives of three rather lucky people earlier this week.
Gryffin and his younger brother were riding with their 74 year old grandmother in Colorado, when she inexplicably passed out--leaving Gryffin, 10, to snatch the wheel before the car could veer into traffic.
He then directed it to the side of the road and in to a muddy ditch. The car was travelling at about 60 miles per hour. No one was hurt, though the situation could have been truly tragic had Gryffin been any less awesome--or had he not been at least somewhat familiar with video games.
Gryffin attests his quick thinking to Mario Kart.
"My first thought was actually... 'is this a test, or what?'"
While we may think of video games as a brain-mashing pastime that is only fit for the basement dwellers of our generation, this instance really shows how video games, especially to younger children, can help develop reaction times, decision-making and even prepare them for real life situations.
The fact that there were no blue shells helped.
source: http://www.gameskinny.com/9rmjn/mario-k … passes-out
article was rather short so I didn't feel like linking xD
hehe yeahhh thanks bro!
Fun vid to watch and it made me lol xD
I'll look forward to more~ ;D