On the surface, M.U.G.E.N. seems like a great idea. It's a fighting game engine designed to let users create (read: steal) fighting game characters and pit them against each other. Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Ryu fought Peter from Family Guy? Or if Ronald McDonald could beat Papa Smurf in a fight? You have? Seriously? Why? How interesting could it possibly be?
Well, regardless, like anything with user-generated content, it became God-awful, and then people started making videos about how God-awful it was. And considering those videos are user-generated content themselves, that means they're God-awful, so it's this meta sort of thing like when you point two mirrors at each other, except the mirrors are horrible and it's like a nightmare. Except it's not a nightmare. It's very real.
Case in point, this guy, who is creepy as fuck by himself, commenting on some horrible game character he downloaded who is *gasp* too cheap to be included in a fighting game where users create the fighters! And in a move that could only have the words "Counter Hit! Super Combo!" imposed over it, he decided to make a video to show the MUGEN creator exactly how he feels...
MUGEN Rant On Xatoku
|No dude, it's quarter-circle forward punch to shave correctly. Added: Aug 12, 2010|
Description: no offense the guy he needs to take his time making chars espicially if its kh chars (Note: He took the video down.)
Best Viewer Comment: Hahaha, no one commented on this, come on.
That does it for this week at the Webcam Ward and if you run into a downright horrible video on the world wide web, let us know!
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