Game Compilations Compilation – Scott The Woz



Scott takes a look at s’mores (game compilations).

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Music Used:
“Music Player/Leaderboards” from Mega Man Legacy Collection
“Title Screen” from Sonic Mega Collection
“Options/Extras” from Sonic Mega Collection
“Super Mario Bros. 3 (Overworld)” from Super Mario All Stars
“Game Select” from Super Mario All Stars
“Green Gardens” from Kirby: Star Allies
“Stamp Collection” from NES Remix
“Stage Select” from NES Remix
“PAC-MAN” from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U
“Namco Arcade 80s Retro Medley 2” from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
“Beatnik on the Ship” from Streets of Rage
“Emerald Hill Zone” from Sonic the Hedgehog 2
“Rainbow Road” from Super Mario Kart
“Title Screen” from Mega Man Legacy Collection
“Museum” from Mega Man Legacy Collection
“Breakout” from 3D Dot Game Heroes

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35 thoughts on “Game Compilations Compilation – Scott The Woz”

  1. Scott: It's now official that Barack Obama is a part of the Kirby canon.

    "In 2008… Barack Obama Was Elected President Of The USA."

    Yep… he's definitely canon lol! 😂😂😂

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  2. Scott: It's amazing when you think about s'mores it's three different things combined into one big thing.

    Also Scott: is ironically talking about game compilations

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  3. I loved SMC, if you wanted to feel nostalgia for game you never grew up with you'd just listen to this: https://youtu.be/flyg4gwA0is

    and suddenly false memories would flow into your head.

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  4. Scott didn't burn down his own house. It was his neighbour's house. Scott committed arson then put it as a joke in this video to put us off his scent.

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  5. One of my favorites was Namco Museum Vol. 3 for the Playstation. The other games in the title had some great games, but this one included explorable worlds based on the worlds in-game, with Easter eggs and fun facts spread throughout. I held it in high regard and was disappointed with many of the other Namco Museum titles because of it, though the other titles had some really great stuff too.

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  6. I'd of loved the game gear mega man game on one of the collections. I have never played it and even though it's consider bad, it was developed in the UK so i'd want to give it a chance.

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  7. I agree Scott The Woz, that Megaman's Anniversary Collection was off. It is due to input lag is way too bad and lack of clarity as salt to the wound.

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  8. Scott, if you’d grown up when arcades — or Congo Bongo and Crystal Castels, at the 7/11, on the way to school — were the only places you could play games that weren’t Atari Grand Prix through the coveted, yet never-on-any-collection, Activision’s, David Crane’s Pitfall II (unless you got an Atari 8-bit or a C64, years into their life cycles, or finally, an NES — which was still bested, for years, by Atarisoft’s four-screen versions of Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr., plus the all basically the same board that just looked different Mario Bros.) you’d want the whole godd@#&ed screen filled, mostly with scanlines — especially with still, drawn or computerated, pre-Photoshop photoshop graphics that made the arcade-game characters you were playing look they were real-to-life cartoons, represented through the pixelator filter for which there were no options…

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