This is a 1991 news report on the dangers of video gaming. Or at least that's how it starts. By 40-seconds it's already meandered into some weird advertisement for Super Nintendo. Then some joke of a reporter green-screens himself into a game of F-Zero and drives the track backwards the whole time. It ends with some lady explaining how she's not buying a Super Nintendo for her son because "people market things to make you spend more money." Basically none of it made any sense. It was like watching a Geekologie article.
Hit the jump for ol' skunk-hair here.
Thanks to Bruce, who especially liked the part at the beginning where the therapist is teaching kids to get angry at the game manufacturer, not their parents.
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This is a video entitled 'Nintendo: A Sad Story'. Which, while definitely sad, is even more disturbing. And as a man who already had to sleep under the bed last night due to suspected ghost activity, and I'll be damned if I have to crawl unde... / Continue →
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