Do you think you can do a Elder scrolls episode? or an episode on farcry 3?
Quick, MatPat, I need help on a thing for the SA game!
Hey MatPat my buddy could you please make a mega man video?
Can you tell your followers to post a comment on DEATH BATTLE! vids and suggest megaman vs ironman because I want to watch them fight to the death
Excuse me, Mister Mat, I have a question. I wonder if you would spare me some time, please. I want to discuss about General Grievous and his crushed lungs. In the clone wars he was frightening, agile, and menacing. However, his lungs were crushed and severely nerfed his abilities. Is their any science and fact about this? If so, why? Also, I have suspicions of some things not adding up. If grievous is mostly mechanical, why would crushing his lungs inhibit his performance? His MECHANICAL body wouldn't suffer from lack of oxygen. Also, how can he even survive if his insides are constantly EXPOSED? I mean, he when into a VACUUM, wouldn't his insides be frozen because of his obviously flawed design of his chest plates? Really, can any species survive the vacuum of space? I really would appreciate your feedback, maybe even include it in a star wars themed episode.
For game theory you should do a episode on how close we are to lightsabers and cloning troops in star wars
Hello, just wanted to let you know that you may have been right about Frogger being set in Australia after all. You see although there are no otters in Australia there is a native species of rat called the Water Rat or Rakali that looks similar and lives in many of the same regions as the green tree frog. Your exact setting of the game may be off considering how far it is from Canberra, though there are other possible explanations for all the bulldozers, possibly mining. Most of Australia's iron ore is mined in the Pilbara area and started mining natural gas in 1981, which is now a significant part of the economy there. Known as the North West Shelf Venture, with investments totalling $25 billion since the early 1980s, the project is the largest resource development in Australian history. In the late 1980s, it was the largest engineering project in the world.
Hi there. I have two recomendations for possible videos. Theyre not the best but they may be interesting. #1. a video on Lavender Town Syndrome. and #2 one on the origins of master hand from the smash bros series
Hi. I have two reccomendations. Now theyre not the best but they may be interesting.
I have a suggestion for a potential next video. It's about the fighting styles of different video game heroes/villans. Now I don't mean just martial arts, wepaons could play a key role in this video. For example: Link uses his sword and his sheild (duh right?) But the way he uses them is like this: Link uses his sword purely for offense (never parrying strikes with his sword) and he uses his sheild solely for defense (never stunning the opponent by hitting them with his sheild), What kind of style is that? And where did it originate form? Also Zero from Megaman X, how never keeps his blade sheathed until he needs to strike with it, then imediatly sheathing it again. That's only scratching the surface! You could go over the many, many weapons users within the Soul Calibur series, amongst other series as well. The episode will proabably be popular as well, because, well...wepaons! I hope you consider the idea, and keep making your videos, they're great! (English isn't my first language, so I apologize for any grammar errors)