Saturday, December 31, 2011
So prepare yourself for a new year on ChuckBlog, and a great one! See you in 2012!
Friday, December 30, 2011
BIT. TRIP RUNNER: IMPETUS (TYPE B)
Well, that name certainly is a mouthful. Don't get me wrong, BIT. TRIP RUNNER is my favorite indie game of all time, and I had to find a place for it on the list. Why? Because the entire BIT. TRIP series is a rhythm game! It's hard to explain, but the gameplay is such that you create a song whilst you play. What you're about to here is the track that goes under while you're playing and "making music." The subtle changes you hear happen when you acquire health power ups. To really understand this, look up some gameplay footage.
SHADOW OF THE COLOSSUS: REVIVED POWER - BATTLE WITH THE COLOSSUS
Okay, maybe they're all mouthfuls, but seriously, have you played this game? Shadow of the Colossus is one of those games that makes the Play Station 2 one of my favorite consoles of all time (along with Kingdom Hearts, Star Wars Battlefront II, and Klonoa 2). But in all seriousness, it's this one song that makes the whole game for me. As soon as the colossus rose from the ground and this song started playing, you were in it. Sure, you had a tall order in front of you, but with this in your ears you could take on the world. This song even rivals some of Zelda's music, and that is saying a lot coming from me.
CAVE STORY: TITLE THEME
Hey, it's my very first suggestion for BGM Anthology (thanks Price)! Cave Story (another indie classic) is a beautiful game. There's great gameplay, retro graphics, and a moving, compelling story. Also, there's some epic retro music. When you boot up Cave Story, be ready for some great nostalgic yet modern action. This song does a great job of capturing both aspects, and makes a great Title Theme.
And there you have it, the fourth (and don't worry, not final) BGM Anthology! I hope you enjoyed the songs I shared with you today, and please support them by playing these awesome games!
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
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Monday, December 26, 2011
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Tuesday, December 13, 2011
The Legend of Zelda is undoubtedly my favorite video game series of all time. Between solving dangerous puzzles and defeating colossal enemies, I can get lost in the games' wonderful worlds. This ear is Zelda's 25th Anniversary, so I knew there had to be something special on the way. Back in E3 'O9, concept art for a new Zelda title was released, and it led many fans to speculation. However, a trailer was released the following year and it got us on track. We were headed for an adventure in the sky.
Zelda games are great for many reasons, but it's their stories that really hook me, and Skyward Sword is not exception. The story is a long epic (no spoilers, I promise) that will change the way you look at the Zelda universe forever. Also, it was announced to be a prequel of Ocarina of Time, which is considered the first game in the series's non-existent (cough) timeline. Prepare yourself for the most cinematic and emotional Zelda ever, you won't want to skip the cutscenes (which you can do now). Also, ready yourself for incarnations of characters you hadn't yet imagined.
Gameplay has changed dramatically from the first Zelda to today. This game falls under the 3D type adventure (reminiscent of Ocarina, Wind Waker, Twilight, etc.) and does the best job yet. But really, it's the motion controls that make the game. I remember being so psyched when I first saw Wii's motion controls. Although they quickly became common, I longed for a game that could push them to the maximum. Meet Skyward Sword. Using WiiMotion Plus, this game tracks every sword swipe, arrow, and bomb with scary precision. It's the game the Wii was made to play.
Let's face it, the Wii has limited graphics capability. When showing my friend (We'll call him Steven) Skyward Sword's perfect 10 review on Game Informer, he merely laughed and mocked the graphics. He mocked some of the Wii's best graphics. Skyward Sword stands up to Super Mario Galaxy 2 (excellent game) as having the best graphics on Wii. The painting style looks beautiful, blending Twilight Princess's rough realistic graphics with Wind Waker's cell-shaded cartoony feel. And the music! Oh... my favorite music in the WORLD comes from Zelda, and this is no exception. With a full orchestra, be ready for some of the best Zelda music ever. Eat it Steven!
Saturday, November 26, 2011
Okay, taking a break from Skyward Sword (yes, I know) I decided to do a little browsing on the internet. Anyway, I know I said some really bad things about Hero Factory at first, but it was mostly because of my frustration at the loss of BIONICLE. But I decided to give them a second chance and found that I liked most of it. It's no BIONICLE, but it'll do. For now. But, back to the story. I was browsing through the net and I thought to myself, "Hero Factory seems to have gone inactive!" Other than Savage Planet, they've done absolutely nothing since that movie was released. That's one of the major flaws of Hero Factory. They'll release every single one of their sets right off the bat, release a movie about a month later, and then just let it sit there and rot. BIONICLE worked differently. At least, it did after it caught the hang of things. They would release half of a series of sets, develop a story through books, comics, online stories, and animations. Then, they would release the other half and build from there through the end of the year. Sorry about that tangent, but I just needed to say it. ANYWAY, I began researching Hero Factory 4.0 (because that's obviously what they'd name it) and found a couple of pictures. And... here goes. So after the "advanced building system" was released for Hero Factory 2.0, it was designed specifically for the fire villains. I.E.they were equipped with "ice tools" and such. Hero Factory 3.0 introduced a jungle theme to the heroes, giving them animals to be modeled after. In Hero Factory 4.0, it seems that the heroes will be returning to their original forms in advanced system form. The new helmets for the 2.0 and 3.0 exclusive heroes look cool (see left picture) but they just reused the original helmets for the old heroes. That's... okay I guess. The theme seems to be focused on finding villains and cuffing them, as for prison. The theme looks okay, and I look forward to the set design. I guess they'll be in next year.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
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Saturday, November 19, 2011
EXCITEBIKES: VICTORY STAND
Excitebikes is a classic classic. This is a prime example of the early days of home gaming. Anyway, my friend Caleb and I really got into Excitebikes one day (long story) to the point where we were gritting our teeth trying to beat each other's time. If we did beat each other's time, a catchy jingle proceeded, in which we would both break into dance and... well, I didn't say we were normal.
MINECRAFT: MICE ON VENUS
Okay, the name of the song may surprise you, but I can take a gander you know the game. Minecfrat is the game sensation that swept and is currently sweeping the nation. The concept is so simple, the gameplay so fun... oh never mind, it's just a boss game. The creators got C418 to do the music, and instead of what you'd suppose the music to be, it's actually quite different. The music is the strange, dissodent, subtle piano that transitions into this fantasmical melody that really makes you feel... I don't know, different. It's the perfect music for the game. Even if you're not a player, this song is great.
And there you have it, the third installment in the BGM Anthology series. But, it's certainly not the last.
Thursday, November 17, 2011
It's like I'm trapped in a bottle. My excitement for this game is about to boil over into a plethora of energetic spasms! Okay, not really, but I am too excited about this game. During marching band, time was a precious resource that rarely chose to abide with me, but now I seem to have so much that I need something to fill it. And my excitement is DEFINATELY filling it right about now. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword has gotten at least four perfect 10s that I've seen and innumerable 9.5s and so on. It looks like I'm going to have to update my top 10 Wii list because THIS TAKES THE NUMBER ONE SPOT ALREADY! AND I HAVEN'T EVEN PLAYED IT YET! Wow. I just capitalized, bolded, italicized, and underlined that. I think I need to sit down...
Another thing that's got me all hyped up is that I ordered the awesome edition that comes with a golden WiiMotion Plus Remote. I've also heard it comes with the Zelda Syphony CD but that might be just a myth.
In order to stave off my all consuming Zelda hunger, I've found myself reverting to something else. Cartoons from my childhood. In ordered the first season of Samurai Jack on Netflix and it should be in today.
When Skyward Sword comes out, you may not hear from me for a while (because ALL THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY I shall be playing) but rest assured a review shall come. And it will blow your tiny minds.
Sunday, November 13, 2011
Allow me to revise my list of EPIC VIDEO GAME COMMERCIALS. Okay... done. It's almost here. The biggest, baddest, game of the year is almost here! Okay, I know Skyrim was just released (haven't gotten to play it, looks AWESOME!) and Modern Wellfare 3, but this game... this game is The Legend of Zelda. This game is the beginning of THE GREATEST VIDEO GAME SERIES OF ALL TIME. Did you not just watch that commerical? Do you not undersrtand the pure scope of this game?! Oh. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to go on a whole rage-fest right then, its just... I don't know if this game has as much hype as it should. At least, it doesn't in my neck of the woods. That is, where pubescent teens stay up all night playing C.O.D. Other than the fact that this is a new Zelda game, there's a lot of exciting aspects. Let's take a brief look. Okay, so there's the all new Wii MotionPlus controls for swordplay. Unlike previous games where you simply press B till the enemy dies, you must swing the Master Sword in various ways to defeat various enemies. Also, there's the sheer scope of this game. 50-100 hours of gameplay at the least can go into this puppy, making it the biggest Zelda game EVER. Also, new elements such as a more RPG style weapon purchasing system and a fres new take on weapon interface add more excitement. But this is all technical. Let's get to the juicy bits. STORYLINETIME! We all know Nintendo has denied there being one, single Zelda timeline. But did you not just watch the commercial (if you haven't caught the las two hints it means you need to WATCH THE COMMERCIAL)? "This is where it all begins." THIS IS THE FIRST GAME IN THE ZELDA SERIES (storyline wise). So that means, even if you know NOTHING about Zelda, you can enjoy this game to the fullest. Well, you can do that in any other Zelda game, but this one's probably on top. Also, the storyline of this game is VERY different from any Zelda to date. First of all, no Ganon. There's that blatant flamer Ghirahim instead (just looking at him makes me want to cut him in half). Also, Link's a knight in training, which is pretty cool. He and Zelda are childhood friends, which is also slightly different. I could go on... but you get the point. SKYWARD SWORD IS RELEASED ONE WEEK FROM NOW so be expecting a review quite soon. Thanks for your time!
Sunday, October 30, 2011
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I mean, it's Scribblenauts! One of the best games ever! And now, you can play it on your phone! Remix includes the adjective addition to the series, allowing you to create litteraly anything to solve the puzles. The graphics got boosted too, making everything look just like the concept art. Also, you play levels from both Scribblenauts games, along with some new ones! Really, the game's just as good as you'd expect it to be. Except for the...
There are a surprisingly large amount of these for a Scribblenauts game. First off, they got rid of the controls of Super Scribblenauts when they made this one. Yep, that's right. One of the main reasons Scribblenauts didn't get perfect reviews was because of it's awkwards controls, which 5th Cell thought it would be a good idea to bring back. No. No it's not. And I know the controls are limited on a little touch screen, but you couldn't have added a jump button? JUST A LITTLE JUMP BUTTON? Also, you can't make levels in Remix, which is sad because making levels was really fun (I loved making them impossible for my friends).
So there you have it. Scribblenauts Remix, reviewed! Now for the all important verdict, what will it be?
Sunday, October 9, 2011
Saturday, October 1, 2011
POKEMON HEART GOLD/SOUL SILVER: VS RED
The time has come. You've completed your Pokemon journey, leveling up and making bonds with all of your Pokemon. The time has come for an epic battle. An epic battle with Red. Who is Red? Red is the protagonist of Pokemon Blue and Red, and the character you play as. After defeating an evil gang of Pokemon abusers, defeating an elite team of Pokemon masters, and walking thousands of miles, he became one of the best trainers in the world. In the Heart Gold/Soul Silver (also just Gold and Silver) you play as Gold, I think. Either that or Silver. These parents need to stop naming their kids after colors! Anyway, after you've gone on a Pokemon jouney as Gold, you challenge Red for all the marbles. The fight is the hardest in the game, and if you're not prepared, it's gonna be a long hard beating.
SUPER MARIO LAND 2, SIX GOLDEN COINS: MARIO ZONE
I know Super Mario Land stuff is in here a lot (Chai Kingdom is a boss song!) and this one is no exception. There's no feeling like wandering throigh a large world and then encountering a large mechanical robot modeled after you filled with booby-traps and koopa troopas. Sigh... Super Mario Land 2 was a crazy game, partially because of it's slightly adjusted gameplay, and partially because it was the debut of Wario, Mario's crazy fat wannabe.
How do I love you sweet Galaga? Let me count the ways... Galaga is by far one the best Arcade Games ever (My second favorite, losing only to Dig Dug. Hey! Dig Dug has a good BGM...) The triumphant sci-fi fanfare that announces your presence bolsters your courage enough for you to finish the job with the evil insectoid Galaga. It's just an awesome BGM.
So there you have it, more BGMS. Now, if you want to see a BGM recognized, please post such in the comment section! Thanks!
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Sunday, September 11, 2011
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Okay, this one's so amazing that I had to put it first. If you listen to any it better be this one. Chai kingdom was used in the GameBoy game, Super Mario Land. Throughout the game, Mario traveled around the world to save Princess Daisy. He went to Egypt, Easter Island, and an asian themed land named "The Chai Kingom." Chai Kingdom (the song) fits the mood perfectly and has an awesom bouncy beat.
METAL GEAR II: THEME OF SOLID SNAKE
Metal Gear II has some of the best game music I've ever heard. But the best, by far, is the Theme of Solid Snake. It perfectly captures the game's tactical espionage feeling, and may be one of the only BGMs that can be seriously danced to. This is some hardcore techno, blended with traditional BGM.
Metal Gear II isn't the only game with a lot of good BGMs. There is not a single one BGM that you cannot enjoy in Kingdom Hearts. Some of the best music, ever. The game has NO BAD TRACKS! Traverse Town is one I picked just because of how soothing it is. You don't get many soothing BGMs. If it was up to me, this and the Smooth Jazz Nyan Cat would be playing in elevators EVERYWHERE.
These are just a few of the great BGMs, and I think I'll continue m BGM Anthology posts, but this one definately was a success.
Monday, August 1, 2011
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Friday, July 15, 2011
It's hard to come up with scentances to start blog posts with for me. Usually I just wanna type "and now it's time for yet another new post" but I know that would be lame. This one's working out, though. Now, onto the subject of this post, childhood. The picture above may just look like a brown robot dancing in a chasm to some, but other will recognize it. I'll hopefully explain. The whole idea for a post about childhood came from my forums. We started a topic about childhood, and it's pretty interesting to see what happened. You can see the thread http//cyber3forums.yolasite.com/#/20110709/childhood-711310/ at the url you just read and maybe clicked on. Childhood for me was my years of five to eight, and then I kinda got over it and entered preteen stuff which is really weird, but no teenage weird. When I was five was when I got into just about everything I would cherish later. Well, some I wouldn't, but I still enjoyed them then. The first thing I discovered that was cool when I was five was Power Rangers. Yeah, I know. But I was five, and the low production value and horrible special effects went directly over my head. It was awesome. And I mean, what could have been cooler than three average teens who could "morph" into super heros? Nothing. At least at age five. The only seasons I ever watched were the Ninja, Dinosaur, and some of the SPD. What could have been possibly cooler? ENTER: BIONICLE. Mom actually thought that BIONICLE looked dark and creepy, so she prevented me from getting one. Dad, on the other hand, saw their cool potential and got me my first BIONICLE. Needless to say, it was love at first sight, spawning a lifetime love of all thing BIONICLE. There were also a lot of cartoons in my life like Danny Phantom, The Fairly Odd Parents, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, That Cartoon that had Something to do with Timon and Pumba but I can't Remember the Exact Name, and Spongebob. Those were my shows. It was at the end of my five-year-old run that I recieved a PlayStation 2, one of the greatest gaming consoles of all time. And what was my first game? Kingdom Hearts! I played that game nonstop for many years. The first one's the best (the second one isn't bad, but the DS games make me a little sad). And there you have it. My childhood. In post form
Saturday, July 9, 2011
"What in the good name of Voltron is this?" You may ask (because most people shamelessly Voltron's name in vain). This is what I scraped twenty bucks together to buy from Target and thought I needed to share with you. LEGO's new action/adventure board game HEROICA! That's right! HEROICA is a buildabe game in which you try to defeat evil monsters and accomplish one (or more) of many various goals. Is it fun? Why YES, it is. HEROICA is one of LEGO's coolest things on the market now, a truly enjoyable game. You actually have four different games to choose from. Each is fun within itself, but you can also combine them to form ONE SUPER GIGANTIC AWESOME GAME! Yes, it's a little nerdy, and a little DND, (don't ask) but hey, it's super fun for fans of LEGO. If you're looking for a good board game, buy thiss'n!
Monday, June 27, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Arguably the best FPS on the Wii, Metroid Prime takes a new Metroid Formula and combines all of it into one sleek package. All of the classic Gamecube controls are redone in Wii, so you can have a blast from the past now.
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
1. IT'S IN 3D
Come on, I know you saw that one coming. The game looks better than ever in 3D, so you're over here like, "Why? Why must Nintendo make something so awesome with so little battery power?"
2. GRAPHICS REVAMP
And by revamp I mean their ENTIRELY REDONE. The graphics look soooooooo much better, I can't even tell you! Do you remember how old Link looked really awkward and weird in the 98 version (Kind of like Michael Jackson!)? Well, he actually looks like the art! So does EVERYONE else! You're seeing the same people, the way they were meant to be seen.
3. IT'S PORTABLE
Yes! Now you don't have to plug it into your stinking Zenith to play it! You can take Ocarina with you wherever you go, and still have the same experience.
4. NEW GAME FEATURES
The game has a lot of new features like Gyro-Scope aiming (the only downside is, you can't really do it with the 3D). And a new BOSS CHALLENGE mode where you can battle bosses you've previously beaten. Not to mention that once you beat the intial game, you get to play the Master Quest, where everything is mirrored and the enemies do double damage!
So, in all, Ocarina of Time 3D is the world's greatest game, made even better! I give it a perfect
Thursday, May 19, 2011
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Sunday, March 27, 2011
What you just watched (or hopefully didn't) was the song sensaton that's sweeping the nation, (or the floor) Rebecca Black's "Friday." *Sigh...* These are the videos that make me hate the internet. I mean, viruses, you can get rid of. But this song is forever playing inside my head! I don't know if this is supposed to be a joke or actually a serious song, BUT IT IS HORRIBLE! This song makes me want to barf rainbows or something. I'm sorry Rebecca Black if you ever read this. But there are some things so great that I have to post about them, and then some so REVOLTING that I also have to. I mean, the best I can give it is a ChuckBlog Tarnished Aluminum Foil Award. So until next time...
Friday, March 18, 2011
I really have been doing a lot of "Platinum Awards" lately, so this one may be one of my last ones for a while. (Oh, and while I was out at Target, I found a Dig-Dug shirt for ten bucks!) This award is for "Best Cartoon." This one was a doozie, considering that there are few to none good cartoons out today. I mean, I was looking through, and I saw an ad for this show called "The Problem Solvers" which MAY be the second or first worst cartoon I ever saw. Cartoons were at their best before my time, As I entered in a small, golden age/dark age, considering there were REALLY good cartoons and AWFUL HORRIBLE VOMIT PREVOKING ones. Cartoons turned from good humored to... well, gross. Like, ripping the skin off of someone, or bulging eyeballs, or LOTS AND LOTS OF SPIT! Then, there were those incredible cartoons that popped up like Avatar, The Fairly OddParents, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, etc. And then another dark age, worse than before. Until this. Regular Show. Although some may not find it to be the best show ever, I love it, considering it's wacky cast of characters and incredibly unpredictable plotlines. (Like, in the episode "Just Set up the Chairs," The protagonists, Mordecai and Rigby, are tasked with setting up the chairs for a birthday party, and while on "break" they stumble across a demon possessed arcade machine that unleashes THE DESTROYER OF WORLDS, a giant 8bit devil head that launches fire blasts...) Really, I like it because it reminds me of, me! I find myself to be able to relate to both Mordecai and Rigby. And If you're like me, you will too. So, please, give it a shot. For a good starter episode, "Mordecai and the Rigbys." Trust me.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Saturday, March 5, 2011
Some of you may be confused as to what this title means, or, even what "Dig Dug" is. But i'll explain. I've decided there are some games, movies, books, etc., that need an award that already havent been given one. One such game is Dig Dug. Oh yeah, Dig Dug. Although it has gone through a good bit of media coverage in the last few years, it has remained forgotten for too long now. For those of you who read my Arcade Post, Dig Dug would have to be my favorite arcade game of all time. You play as a digger with a shovel, and an air pump. Your goal? Destroy the evil pookas and dragons hidden underground. With all sorts of creative ways to blow up your enemies, Dig Dug is an unsung arcade hero. And so today I'm awarding it with the ChukBlog Platinum Gamer's Awrard for it's awesomeness. And I had a good few runner ups too. Like Rally X and Bosconian. So now we bid these games farewell. And before I close on the topic of Arcade games for a while, I found something you might like.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
This year marks the 25th anniversary of what could possibly be the best video game series of all time. (Yes, I still love Scribblenauts, but this seriously shaped my childhood.) There may be no better concept than recieving a reliable wooden sword from a random old man, and setting out to save a princess from an evil pig monster who has scattered a magical triangle into eight pieces across the land and... (But I digress) The Legend of Zelda (NES) rose quickly to fame because it was a "do whatever you want and eventually you'll find something cool" game. It was quickly devoured by the public and loved by all. Zelda would then see a sequel, AND a television miniseries. (That unfortunately didn't last long at all.) But it wasn't until 1998, that Zelda would change the face of gaming forever. With the release of Ocarina of Time (N64) Zelda struck gold and created one of the best video games in history. (EAT IT COD!) With an incredible sequel (Majora's Mask n64) and super publicity, Zelda was making history! To this day I find it sad that most people don't appreciate or go over A Link To The Past, (SNES) it being the inspiration and predecessor of Ocarina. From there, Zelda was an unstoppable train of great games. Wind Waker, (GameCube) Minish Cap, (GameBoy) and Twilight Princess. (Wii) Nowadays, Zelda is still a prominant force in the gaming world. However, Zelda's last two releases for the DS were not recieved well by the public. (Including me!) BUT! There are two very good Zelda games coming out soon that I would advise ANYONE buy. One, Skyward Sword (Wii) will fully utilize the Wii's WiiMotion Plus. The other (Drumroll please.) is a remake of Ocarina of Time exclusive to the 3DS! So Zelda fans let out a triumphant cheer! And celebrate 25 years of Zelda!
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Above this text, you will see old grainy pictures. Well, those old, grainy pictures was taken in 2010 with my state of the art disposable flash KODAK camera! (YAY!) And so my entire trip to Walt Disney World in 2010 is now available. (Sure did take me long enough.) The above picture is us by that Headless Horseman resturaunt getting our picture taken in front of Cinderella's Castle. And then there's me with Pooh. Yep. That was a gyood. trip.
Friday, February 18, 2011
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For those of ou who share my views, I wish we could challenge each other's high scores.
Monday, January 24, 2011
The Ninjas and Ginjas
on upon a time a loooooooong long long long long LONG time ago there was a clan of ninja
The Ninja were great buddies and all loved Oprah. But they hated Samurai. And the samurai they
hated the most was Bonsai Brandon. Bonsai Brandon was a weak but influential Samurai who worked
directly for Lord Dr. Turnipseed. Bonsai Brandon also hated the ninja. Choppy Charles was the leader
of the ninja. He was master of Panda Style. Jackey Chase was the master of monkey style. Also there was Dragon
Drew, master of dragon style. One day the guys were in a heated argument over Chocolate or Vanilla ice cream.
Jacky: I prefer vanilla!
Charles: As do I
Drew: you guys are both totally knuckleheads, chocolate 0wns vanilla all day long!
Jacky: You little-
NEWS: We interrupt your argument to bring you breaking news! The queen of the ginger clan has been
kidnapped by order of Lord Dr. Turnipseed by Bonsai Brandon. This is your 5 o clock unnecisarry story
provoking news, signing out. By the way, she's willing to cough up some major cash if she's rescued!
Jacky: OMG! I had a date with her tonight!
Charles: YOu loser.
Jacky: Shut up. You wish you had a girlfriend.
Drew: Guys! Quit arguing about your worthless lovelives! This is important! We ninja could be rich! If we save her!
Charles: Drew! For once you're right! We should totally go get in the Ninjamobile!
Jacky: hate to kill your thunder, but we don't have a ninjamobile.
Charles: Okay, let's powerwalk there.
Drew: We're here!
Jacky: Now to find and obliterrate bonsai brandon!
Charles: Yeah! Let's walk through these mysterious woods that probobably contains important characters!
Narr: So the ninja explored the wierd important character conataining woods, searching for Bonsai Brandon-
Drew: Hey narrator, be quiet! I just noticed someone!
Jacob: The person you noticed was I, SAMURAI JACOB!
Jacky: You have obvious ego issues
Jacob: duel me, or lose your honor forever!
Drew: Fine then!
Charles: Ninja group 4b7 activate battle plan Q!
The ninja strike a nerdy powery rangers pose and charge Jacob. Jacob grabs charles by the neck and throws him
into jacky. Drew then sneaks up behind him, and rubs his face in his armpit, causing a KO.
Drew: Who needs deoderant! Jacky wake up!
Jacky: Dude! No! I'm obviously knocked out here!
Charles: I'm awake! What should we do with this bozo?
Jacob: buy him sugary sweets!
Charles: Heck no
Jacky: Wait guys! Look there! I can see the top of a palace!
Charles: Bonsai Brandon's Palace?
Jacky: No! Pizza Palace.
Drew: Cut it out!
Jacob: Who are you guys?
Charles: We ARE Saint James!
Jacky: No! Were ninja!
Jacob: (Sly Smile) I LOVE Ninja! What are you doin?
Charles: We're trying to find BONSAI BRANDON and rescue the ginger queen from his chubby graps!
Jacob: Wow! Me too! Let's team up!
Charles: FRIENDSHIP POWER!
Narr: So Jacob and the ninja teamed up to find and kill bonsai brandon!
Jacky: This must be the place.
Charles: Bonsai Brandon's Princess Palace!
Jacky: To tell the truth, I would have preferred the pizza palace.
Drew: We all would have.
Jacob: Well, as long as we rescue the Ginger Queen, I'll be happy.
Charles: Agreed. Let's head on in!
The three ninja moved into the creepy castle and find someone sobbing on the floor.
The Ginger Queen!
Jacky: Excuse me miss, you must be the Ginger Queen!
The sobbing lady stands up, revealing herself to be a man to the disgust of the ninja.
Drew: You're not a queen at all!
The GQ: Yeah, well, we have no queen, so I decided to fill in.
Charles: Would it not be easier to be king?
GQ: King? Hadn't thought of that one!
Jacky: So when do we get the reward?
GQ: Oh! Well, you haven't rescued me yet.
Drew: Coolio. Say, why did Lord Dr. Turnipseed kidnao you?
GQ: Oh! He thought I was a REAL queen. Boy was he diapointed.
Charles: I bet. Now come on! Let's get out of here!
Jacky: By the way, our date is cancelled and WE ARE OVER.
Narr: And so the ninja, Jacob, and the Ginger Queen thing quested to escape Bonsai Brandon's Palace. But Jacob had another idea.
Jacob: Everyone stop!
Jacky: What's up broski?
Jacob: I'm sorry, but I forgot to mention that i'm secretly a DOUBLE AGENT!
Drew: What do you mean?
Jacob: I mean that I secretly work for Bonsai Brandon! And I'm going to DESTROY YOU!
Charles: Ha! Nice Chance! It's three ninja vs one samurai! You're hopeless!
Jacob: Oh am I?
Bonsai Brandon enters.
Jacky: Bonsai Brandon!
BB: Tha's Right! And now i'm going to kill all you ninja! It was all part of my plan!
Drew: What on Earth?
BB: I secretly conspired to kidnap Ginger Queen because I knew Jacky Chase would exclaim in the middle of a fight over ice cream that you could get rich! Then I sent my nephew Samurai Jacob to lure you to my FAKE palace which is actually a giant bomb that has only one escape pod!
There is a moment of intense silence.
Narr: Dude, even I didn't see that coming.
BB: Yeah, I know.
Charles: Well there's a fat chance that your gonna win now Blagrant Blandon! Wer'e ninja! We can get out of anywhere!
Jacob: OR CAN YOU?
There is an intense battle that takes up the good part of a minuite. At the end, Bradon's on the ground crying and Jacob is in the corner, sucking his thumb. However, Jacob did a real number on Charles who is lying on the ground singing "I'm a little teapot."
Jacky: Give it up Quizzical Quandon, you can't win!
BB:Noooo! My plan was so perfect!
Narr: Or was it?
The narrator pulls out a gun and motions for everyone to get on the ground.
Jacky: Really? The NARRATOR!?
Narr: Yeah, that's right, it's me! No one ever suspects the narrator! I'm gonna get away with the Ginger Queen's Treasure!
The narrator reaches into the GQ'S pocket and pulls out a piece of paper.
Narr: A coupon for half off at Victoria's Secret?! What's wrong with you?!
GQ: A queen has got to play her part, right?
Charles: Listen, we've got to work together and get out of here!
The ninja, samurai, and queen run off towards a door, when The ninja, Jacob, and Narrator get through, they close the door on the Bonsai Brandon and the queen to let them die.
Drew: Smooth moves guys! Too bad we didn't get rich though.
Jacky: I think today we got the riches of friendship.
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