I’m a huge fan of Cat videos and I’m also a huge fan of the 1980′s game, Super Mario Bros. The video I’m featuring today combines both of them. I spotted this on The Chive earlier today after @MaggotMouth told me about this on Saturday.
Super Mario Bros was a 1985 platform video game developed by Nintendo, published for the Nintendo Entertainment System as a pseudo-sequel to the 1983 game Mario Bros.
The game popularized the side-scrolling genre of video games and led to many sequels. Altogether, excluding Game Boy Advance and Virtual Console sales, the game has sold over 40 million copies since it’s release making it the second best-selling game of all time.
Super Mario Bros soundtrack has been remixed by various artists and like many 1980′s kids it has been etched into my mind ever since I used to play the game. Seeing this video below definitely brought back some fond childhood memories. I’m glad that there are cats out there who still get excited about Super Mario Bros.
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I’m not a huge gamer. My days of playing World of Warcraft 8 hours a day are over – I just have too much to do nowadays and I can’t waste time anymore. Sometimes I forget, but there’s still plenty of gamers out there in the world and many of them are extremely excited about the release of Assassin’s Creed 3.
In case you did not know, the game was developed by Ubisoft for Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC. The console versions of the Assassin’s Creed was released at the end of October 2012. The game is the most pre-ordered game in the Ubisoft’s history.
The PC version of Assassin’s Creed 3 is expected end of November 2012. Having played the first game at one stage in my life I’ll admit that this is not boring at all. If I had time to play games I probably would give Assassin’s Creed 3 a shot.
Games are becoming more and more lifelike lately. No surprise that some pets get friggin’ confused with them. I was browsing through YouTube clips earlier this evening and I came across this clip entitled Assassin’s Creed 3 Confuses Cat. I’m pretty sure that you’ll enjoy this one.
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I’ve always been a huge World of Warcraft fan, but I actually stopped playing a few months ago (simply because I don’t have time to play). I might be lured back into the realm of Azeroth again though. Game developer Blizzard recently announced at Blizzcon 2011 that there will be a 4th expansion for World of Warcraft, entitled Mists of Pandaria.
This expansion should be a substantial addition to the game. Mists of Pandaria will add an array of new features, content, and even a new class to the mix of World of Warcraft (which is turning 7 years old this year). The expansion will introduce the Pandaren (a new playable race), the Monk (a new class), an increased level cap of 90, several new zones on a new continent, PvE Scenarios, new challenge modes for dungeons, a new talent system and a pet battling system. This actually sounds quite exciting.
No release date has been announced for Mists of Pandaria, but I guess it will probably be only in 2012. Blizzard describes Mists of Pandaria as follows: “Shrouded in fog since the world was sundered more than ten thousand years ago, the ancient realm of Pandaria has remained unspoiled by war. Its lush forests and cloud-ringed mountains are home to a complex ecosystem of indigenous races and exotic creatures – including the noble and enigmatic Pandaren. Will the mists of Pandaria part to reveal the world’s salvation… or will the battle to control this new land push the Horde and the Alliance over the brink of war and into total annihilation?”
This is the preview clip for Mists of Pandaria which was released at Blizzcon 2011:
This looks tempting, I must admit. I know of many people who have quit playing World of Warcraft because its just too time consuming. There are actually addiction clinics in the United States for this game. I don’t think I could get into the habit of playing the same game for 3-4 hours a day again (while real life happens around me). Only time will tell if I get into this expansion or not.
For those of you that did not know, World of Warcraft was launched in November 2004. It’s the most most popular MMORPG (Massive Multi-player Online Role Playing Game) on planet earth. The game’s third expansion, Cataclysm, sold more than 3.3 million copies within the first 24 hours of availability (making it the fastest-selling PC game of all time). Cataclysm went on to sell more than 4.7 million copies in its first month. World of Warcraft is available in 9 different languages at the moment. A tenth (Brazilian Portugues) is slated for release later this year. The game is played in North America, Latin America, Europe, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, mainland China, Korea, Southeast Asia, the regions of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau (and even South Africa too).
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