Posted on August 19, 2006 - 1:34pm by Video Game Vault
The beginnings of the show with the first ever appearance of the Vault's lobby.
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can you guys do other zelda games?
I thought we agreed we'd never speak of those dark times!
Wow I had forgotten about this.
That's an old logo :-D. Old school Screwattack at its best.
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Wow, thats old. Really old.
I didn't realize this was the first VGV. Cool cool.
more like link: the feces of evil
I know I've seen this before... I know I started following SA around the time the AVGN became popular... must have been somewhere in 2007... man, am I that old...
I never new this was here, how far back did they do vgvs?
"WHEN I'M CROUCHING, I CAN DO THE DUCK WALK!"
well that is because it is not a nintendo made game and you would know that if you were a real nintendo fan when they were making the cdi with who ever made it they gave them the rights to some games including zelda later on nintendo dropped out still alowing the games to be made
Nice editing. When Tom puts the game in the fire, it mysteriously appears next to him in the next cut.
Whoa, SA from 06... Awesome!
nostalgia can bring back mindf***ks....just like those damn CDi games...
i do like nintendo and pretend that the games never happend :)
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