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This episode on VGBatsu, we're playing Mario Strikers Charged Football for Wii!
The loser will get a CHARGED STRIKE! BECAUSE LOSING MATTERS!WHAT IS A BATSU?
A Batsu Game “罰ゲーム” (batsu gēmu), meaning Penalty game, is a common element in Japanese owarai stage comedy and variety shows. The name comes from 罰, batsu, meaning both Punishment and X (As in an incorrect answer).
Generally, a batsu game will take place after some sort of competition or bet, or in our case, a Video Game. The winners force the loser to participate in the batsu game which will involve doing something unpleasant or experiencing something unpleasant. The winners take enjoyment in the fact that they do not have to experience the punishment and that they are forcing the loser to do so.
Because the batsu game relies on an acceptance on the part of the loser to experience the punishment as a result of losing, precautions must be taken to ensure that the punishment game is not too cruel or needlessly painful.
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