An animated short film called "Nintendo: Oldschool Revolution" dominated the Ifilm.com charts (the biggest independent film site in the world) with over 250,000 hits in 10 days. Created by Larry Longstreth and animator Jacob Drake, the film has struck a nerve with the fans of today's more violent games, and it has revived old memories of a time long passed to the gamers of yesteryear. Starting with the death of Mario and featuring characters from every system and generation, the film takes a deep look at the violence in today's games that has replaced the silly fun of a generation lost. Written by
This great video I came across from the Nintendo Europe website first time I seen it I knew I found a instant classic. And coming onto here I am disappointed to see their are no comments on it or even anything on the forums except for one thread which I'm guessing was made by the Video's creator. What I truly loved about this video was the music and the looking back at all of Nintendo's game characters.
Hopefully the creator of this video will make a sequel such as a great war between the three console companies but I can always wait. But what I liked about this was the ending which I won't ruin it for you if anyone is reading this at all. Check out the video and hopefully you will enjoy it as much as I have.
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