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Biffbiffley
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09:37:12 AM May 31st 2013
As to the "Still alive" reference, there is a reason Jonathan Coulton calls his "best of" album "Jonathan Coulton's greatest hit (And 13 other songs.)"
SonicLover
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09:12:59 AM May 13th 2012
Broken, broken, broken. There are more broken links on this page than in a Zelda-themed sculpture garden after an earthquake. We obviously know they're there because of all the ((BROKEN)) tags. Why do we even keep broken links around instead of replacing or removing them?
Biffbiffley
09:33:21 AM May 31st 2013
edited by 69.172.221.6
Because nobody has gotten around to it yet.

Nothing is preventing you from cleaning it up if it bugs you.
Inferno232
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12:13:18 AM Aug 30th 2010
edited by Inferno232
Bah, I almost want to change the 3D World Runner link. The guy who made that video is an antagonistic jerk with bad, bad grammar. Now, the "antagonistic" and "jerk" bits I can stand, but the bad grammar, and we're talking They Just Didn't Care levels of grammar, hurt me. I mean, the vid was listed just for the music, but I almost feel as if we're endorsing the guy, here.

Okay, I'll admit it. The fact that he trashes Square helps a bit too. I mean, he links 'Narutards' to liking Final Fantasy. How does liking a completely unrelated game series make me a fan of an anime that, heck, someone who plays the series may not have even heard of?! Gah. I know the game series has its own Hatedom, but really, at least hate it for a reason that makes a little sense, dammit.

Besides, that's a gameplay demo. Surely there has to be a clip that showcases only the soundtrack. In fact, I know there has to be one.

Also, if there are any grammar errors in this post, well, just have a good laugh at the hypocrisy. I know I would.

EDIT: I found one, folks. Mind if replace that old link with this one? It's better because it doesn't have any sound effects interrupting the music. Though, some may find that it makes the music more... Effective.

DOUBLE EDIT: Since I'm not likely to come back to this page any time soon, I'm going to go ahead and replace it. If whoever made this entry has an issue with it, well, they can change it back. I'll probably never know. Besides, both videos show the track off to some degree, the one I found is better because it has the track by itself. AKA, you don't have to hear the character jump every five seconds.
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