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James Rolfe and Mike Matei check out a strange NES cart sent in as a donation.
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This game is fun, but, it is hard for some younger players (under 9). There are many different enemies and it is difficult to know when they are going to attack you.
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This ought to be called "James and Mike play Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels- Rambo edition."
Totally. I love him much more this way. I get it that the AVGN is a character, but I prefer this kind of videos. It looks like it's you and some friends talking about games and having fun.
I always like when James is just calmly talking about games instead of screaming. It seems to become him more.
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I had one with this same pic as well...
I don't think the springboard is supposed to send you that high.
Continue? Retry? what's the difference?
That was flippin lost levels man. I recognize the level design right off.'
the SMB version i had also had the same picture.
but that was European.
and sometimes, rarely awesome.
Ever since i met a Koren guy named Ryu and he pronounced it Roo I've just been saying it that way.
Love the Bob Ross Shirt!!!
I actually have that 'obscure triple cartridge', and I've seen it quite often on fleamarkets. Probably a European thing, considering how it has hands down the best soccer game ever on it.
Kind of a shame there wasn't anything crazy about that 'Rambo' game
That picture is from the famicom version of the original Super Mario Bros.
Still pretty cool that someone somewhere ported the real SMB2/(The Lost Levels) to the NES. Open the cartridge up. Is there a Famicom>NES adapter inside?
Yeah, unlicensed carts are weird...
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