The first part in the playthrough, as well as the first part the group ever uploaded, has a very.....expressive subtitle to it. This title is reference to the fact that it had taken years for the group to actively start uploading videos to Youtube.
Some would say that the subtitles weren't necessary. In fact, Kenny had wanted the subtitles to be his signature style of commentary, providing snarky remarks while everyone else was talking. He dropped that after this game.
Belly-flopping onto a pile of Nitro crates was indeed intentional. This leads into a bit of Alternative Character Interpretation as it seems like the bear that chases Crash after this was laughing about it as well. As Trevor put it:
Even the bear's laughing his ass off. Just look at that sweet mug.
Despite being the most action-oriented of the classic Resident Evil series, the group agrees that this one holds up. Though Trevor says that the end credits music is like something you'd hear at the end of a cheesy 80's movie, Kenny says that he likes it because it calms him down after the adrenaline-pumping action of the game, particularly the climactic fight with the Nemesis.
Then there's Nemesis himself. He is a true Determinator, and as Kenny puts it:
Let's see here....He's taken, like, a million bullets to the face, been blown up twice, pushed off the balcony of a clock tower, pushed off a bridge into a river with what I assume are jagged rocks at the bottom, doused in acid, thrown through a garbage disposal, shot with a laser, and the only thing stopping this guy is a freaking nuclear explosion.
YMMV greatly on this one, but the fact that all the sages are DEAD means that Link is a terrible hero. It doesn't help that Ganon manipulated Link into pulling the Master Sword from its pedestal; Ganon knew that Link would go into a seven-year sleep, allowing him to take over Hyrule and hunt down the sages, killing them off one by one.
Noburo may die in an explosion of light, but it's still pretty graphic for a Nintendo game made at the time.