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With the channel's Bait-and-Switch nature and absurd sense of humor, it's no wonder that it has a lot of Funny Moments, despite many of the "high quality rips" being Awesome Music.

Moments pages are Spoilers Off. You Have Been Warned.

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    Capcom rips 
Mega Man 2
  • Flash Man (Alternative Mix) starts out as a "Death by Glamour" remix, but then... "WAHAHA! WALUIGI TIME!" Cue the song abruptly becoming "Waluigi Pinball" from Mario Kart DS.
  • Dr. Wily Stage 1 & 2 from Mega Man 2 poses as a GaMetal cover, legitimately fooling a lot of viewers who are subscribed to both. The man himself bestows upon us a Stylistic Suck parody of awful YouTube musicians who cover games—sloppy guitar work, a single short drum loop repeated ad nauseam, no keyboard or bass because those instruments aren't hardcore enough, dreadful sound quality and mixing, and constant headbanging with a head of hair reaching down to his nipples. Atma comments on the video "How did this leak!?"

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

Street Fighter II

  • Guile's Theme (US Mix) is the American Dad! theme with the lyrics to "Go My Way".
  • If you know enough about Street Fighter, then M. Bison, Vega, and Balrog's themes. Explanation 

    Nintendo rips 
Donkey Kong 64


Kirby Star Allies

  • Challenge Room starts off like one of the official Japanese Kirby Twitter's reveals for Dream Friends. After showing off Dark Matter Blade's silhouette, it disappears... only to be replaced by Egghead (the vest-wearing black boy). And then it zooms in and he gets replaced by a Sonic.exe style close up of King Dedede's face from the anime. And then the Bait-and-Switch goes Up to Eleven to reveal Steve Harvey with audio of the "Look at this dude" meme. Mood Whiplash is putting it lightly.
  • Dream Friend Daroach (Unused) is completely normal until 2 seconds of silence pass and Loud Nigra bursts in for a note.

The Legend of Zelda series

Mario Kart series

Metroid series


Rhythm Heaven series


Super Mario Bros. series

Super Mario Bros. 2

Super Mario World

  • "Overworld Theme (Luigi Version)" is "If You Were Gay" using the overworld soundfount. Guess why it's called the "Luigi Version".
  • "The Evil King Bowser" has the intro continuing to build up constantly, until a Windows error sound interrupts it 30 seconds in. After a minute of silence, GiIva tells you that there isn't any other joke, and say to move on to the next video.

Super Mario 64

Super Smash Bros. Melee

  • Mushroom Kingdom II is actually audio of someone playing the "Super Mario 128" event match, complete with Party Ball sounds.
  • Kongo Jungle goes on as normal until the singer is shot with a coconut gun by the original DK Rap singer.
    Sorry, but Kongo Jungle isn't as good as the DK rap or the CG rap, says SiIvaGunner. There isn't even a clear acapella of it anywhere. Fuck Kongo Jungle.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

  • Light Plane (Unused Vocal Mix) is the same as the regular vocal mix... except for the fact that the vocals have been replaced by the narrator from the "Krusty Krab Training Video". It must be heard to be believed.
  • Gerudo Valley is actually a montage in the style of Alpharad's How to 101 series, with the character being Smol Nozomi modded over Villager.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate


    Sega rips 
Sonic the Hedgehog series

Sonic 3 & Knuckles

Sonic Adventure

Sonic Adventure 2

  • Their rip of "Live and Learn" begins as normal, but the lead vocalist holds the first "Oooooooh" for the entire rest of the song. The back vocals try to interject and try to bring the song back on track to no avail.
  • Both version of Pumpkin Hill from Sonic Adventure 2, with various lyrics having been altered. The first makes the lyrics very repetitive, along with a lot of stammering about how they're unsure if they feel the emerald's power, the other fills it with Toilet Humor and dick jokes.
  • Fly in the Freedom (OST version) plays out normally. At least until the singer says "It's time to play the game", which then abruptly cuts to Motörhead's The Game. Eventually it abruptly switches back to Fly in the Freedom.

Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)

Sonic Chronicles

  • In a scathing Take That! towards the game's production cycle, the track "Nocturne" is "remixed" by playing the note data through a complete soundfont instead of its broken in-game one.


  • The "rip" of That's Enough from Jet Set Radio mixed with Crazy Bus from Arthur, and later mixed with the more well known Crazy Bus music. According to the description, the platform the game was on was apparently the die.
  • The Poem for Everyone's Souls from Persona 3 sung by Loud Nigra. On the subject of Persona, during Our Beginning from Persona 5, the thumbnail's image is interrupted after 82 seconds by an explosion, followed by the scene where Yaldabaoth gets shot in the head... but it's the Nostalgia Critic who deals the killing blow rather than Sataniel. And for the rest of the rip, the sign held by Joker that normally reads, "Let us start the game." displays "Let us shart the pants", and the game's logo calls the game Peepoona 5 and not Persona 5.
  • Game Over from Sega Rally Championship.
    "GAME OVER YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE..." (continue for 36 minutes with ever-increasing pitch)
  • Fiend (Alpha Mix) from Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne is a... unique taste on one of the most infamous bosses in the franchise. It starts out normal until the part where Matador would appear, at which point memes kick in and lead into the Game Over screen.
  • Baka Mitai from Yakuza 0 could've been a somber and melancholic karaoke cover of the song provided by Ian himself, until near halfway through when the clip turns very cheesy and the music becomes more upbeat until you can't take it seriously anymore.

    Square Enix rips 
Chrono Trigger

Final Fantasy V

  • The Piano Lesson rips is about Bartz (or someone in particular) learning how to play the channel's various Running Gags with piano for the first time, complete with errors and missing notes. Highlights include:
    • The first one is Bartz desperately trying to finish "Snow Halation". The amount of missing notes and corrections really makes a fifth grader look like a virtuoso.
    • The second one is The Nutshack. Funny thing is that Bartz still managed to mess up since the music only uses four notes.
    • The third one is Bartz trying to play "The Key We've Lost" complete with the long disjointed notes and corrections from the first lesson. It's like Bartz doesn't improvise his style at all, many have to set the speed to 2x in order to figure what Bartz was just playing. Lampshaded in the comments:
      "with the whole song being horribly disjointed, I guess this new piano player is trying to find the keys he lost.
    • It seems that Bartz did manage to improvise his playstyle on the fourth lesson, when he managed to play the first part of "Let it Be". Then came the fifth lesson which is the Dog Ending music from Silent Hill 2, which uses the same formula as the first three lessons. It looks like Bartz can't really stand odd-numbered lessons.
    • Then came the Seventh Lesson. You can guess what he plays. Again, it's using the same formula as the first, third, and fifth lessons. What makes it funny is that this lesson uploaded after the sixth lesson in which Bartz managed to perfectly play the Song of Healing, which is somehow underwhelming and hilarious at the same time.
    • The Eight Lesson. It's a sound of Loud Nigra converted into a MIDI file using Bear File Converter (of Vinesauce infamy). Bartz must've given up on his piano lessons.

Final Fantasy VI

  • Wild West is actually Neil Cicierega's "Wow Wow" in a FFVI soundfont.
  • Aria di Mezzo Carattere is complete with the Opera Scene where Celes singing the aforementioned song, except the player keeps choosing the wrong choice in which Celes starts singing this channel Running Gag including The Flintstones theme, All Star and Loud Nigra. The song finally finished with the first part of Snow Halation and Flintstones theme again. Lampshaded by the Actor who impersonating Draco's Illusion in that scene:
    Draco: Come, Maria! Follow my lead... (Psst! What are you doing? Stick to the score!)

Final Fantasy VII

  • "Lurking in the Darkness" starts off normally... but then a Random Encounter occurs and it starts playing the normal battle theme. After a little bit, enemies are heard dying and the victory fanfare plays. Then it switches back to "Lurking in the Darkness"...before going back into battle. This continues on for a while, and it starts including encounter and battle themes from other games, namely Earthbound and Pokémon Gold and Silver. In essence, it reflects what most JRPG players think: "Random Encounters are really, really annoying."
  • One Winged Angel...played on the kazoo.

Kingdom Hearts

    Other rips 
Banjo-Kazooie series
  • Main Title (Unused Version) is actually audio from a VHS promo for the game, narrated by Jon Lovitz, set to the tune of The Nutshack.
  • Cloud Race from Banjo-Tooie is basically audio of the Loud Nigra trying to beat the race with button mashing sounds added to track. It even cuts to the pause screennote  a couple of times for added realism.


Doki Doki Literature Club!

  • My Confession is for the most part a cute clip from the game... until you get to the punchline.
    "Sayori, you're my realest friend."
    "No, I love that dank kush!"
  • Okay, Everyone! has the player getting Yuri to read the poem she had written. Said "poem" turns out to be a loose transcript of Joel's reaction to Grand Dad, complete with the BGM's melody changing to Meet the Flintstones.
  • For Sayo-Nara, SiIva managed to make it less creepy and more amusing by changing the melodies into "Snow Halation" and "Rock My Emotions", and to put icing on the cake, Monika sings "Look at Me". Only to make the same song even more ridiculous in the "Unused Reveal Mix" by overlaying Etika W Network's reaction to the scene with a glitchy version of the Burger King Foot Lettuce voiceover; even the textboxes get in on the fun.

Five Nights at Freddy's

  • This rip of the music box theme starts off normal... then switches to the audio from Don't Hug Me I'm Scared, only talking about Gangnam Style rather than creativity. The "creativity explosion" is also replaced by Space Jam.
    Sketchbook: Now let's all agree, to never listen to Space Jam again.
  • Circus rips:
    • Circus (Birthday Mix): "I think we already know this is not Five Nights at Freddy's-related. Start the rip."note 
    • Circus (Patriotic Mix) is pretty much what you expect from every other Circus rips. It's a cover of Team America's iconic "Fuck Yeah" theme demonstrating Gilvasunner himself in a proud manner of uploading high quality rips. Highlights including Silva asking commentators to read the channel description to the mandatory "GRAND DAD! FUCK YEAH!" sequence. The kicker? The "FUCK YEAH" dies down when Bowlflex, JustinRPG and Bean are mentioned.

Friday Night Funkin'

  • At the end of every video, regardless of how well he does, poor Boyfriend always gets blueballed.
  • There's something humorous in how Boyfriend gets blueballed in Bopeebo (Beta Mix) right after singing "You're pretty either way!".
  • Dad Battle has poor Boyfriend getting blueballed... before getting blueballed.
  • Spookeez begins like a normal playthrough... twenty seconds later, a large wall of notes hits Skid and Pump's side, with them making garbled noises from the amount of notes hit in succsesion. Boyfriend attempts to copy them and fails immediately.
  • Winter Horrorland (Short Version) was originally titled "Week 7 (Leak)", starting off with a tweet from Kawaisprite saying that the next week will hurt your hands and ears. And then we see Boyfriend singing a few bars... and then he gets Beaned, leading to his blueball.
  • Ugh turns the Tankmen into Home Depot employees and replaces Captain's ughs with the Allen grunt. The real crowner, however, comes from the mod file itself, where Captain has a whole new slate of Home Depot-themed insults courtesy of JohnnyUtah himself.
    Captain: We don't hire pussies here! Go work at IKEA.

Garry's Mod

  • Spawn Menu (Unused) is actually a GMod video about two cops (one wearing a Stout Shako, and one looks like NBGMusic) responding to someone watching anime in their town. While going to the "criminal"'s house, they purposefully ran over Nico and giving a chuckle over her apparent demise. After the cops apprehended the suspect, the Stout Shako-wearing cop throws his laptop far away to a dumpster. Not long after that, Nico gets thrown in, with getting the same chuckle as the previous one above.
  • Pause: Is SiIvaGunner hilarious at times? MYTH CONFIRMED!

The Idolmaster


  • Mr. Explorer quickly turns into The Raiders March, while still using the game's soundfont (the 2005 freeware version). It's not a subtle joke given that Lemeza Kosugi is an intentional Expy of Indiana Jones, but one can imagine NIGORO (then known as GR3 Project) would very likely have featured the March in the game's soundtrack if they had the license to use it, which makes it funnier.
  • Giant's Rage, Sakit's boss theme in the actual game, plays the theme to The Simpsons in place of the menacing melody.

Love Live! School Idol Festival


  • "Calm" is a Garfield Minus Garfield-style edit of "Minecraft with Gadget," with Inspector Gadget completely removed from the video and Mike talking to himself. It's equally sad and hilarious.
  • Subwoofer Lullaby is actually a recreation of the storm scene from The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in said game, complete with Dat Boi busting in through the wall at the end, accompanied by Drama Alert host KeemStar screaming.
  • Stal adds in a recorder cover of The Flintstones. But what truly makes it stand out is the audio clip of Jschlatt (who hates Stal) getting angry, with him, Carson and AntVenom (who all started the joke of Schlatt hating stall on SMPLive) commenting on the video

PaRappa the Rapper

  • "Instructor Mooselini's RAP" started as a "U rappin COOL!" run before PaRappa realized there are no brakes and gets himself into a wreck.
  • The "rip" of BIG from 2 which is normal for an entire 2 minutes and 25 seconds until it transitions into a remix of Jack Black's Octagon segment from Sesame Street.
  • Toasty Buns from 2. It has to be heard to be believed.
    Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The best bones in town from all around!
    People from around the world come and get it, the line goes around like a merry-go-round.
    Spin the wheel! Haha, yes!
    Very nice, take what ye will! Mmm-uhh!
    Come on and turn the lights low! Uh-huh!
    Very nicely! Rattle me bones! Ow!

Team Fortress 2

  • Team Fortress 2 (Main Theme) (Beta Mix) is the looping ticking sound, with Filthy Frank insulting the viewer along the way before a few familiar characters sing along to that ticking noise.
    Ron: I found the source of the ticking! It's a pipe bomb!
    Harry and Hermione: Yaaaaaaay! (sounds of explosions)
    Demoman: AAAAAAAAAAH HA HA HAAAAAAAAA! Oh, they're gonna have to glue you back together, IN HELL! (Team Fortress 2 stinger)
  • The Art of War, where the drums from the beginning won't stop playing. And then the Scout gets kicked for uploading a low quality rip, with his stats screen having many Easter Eggs.
  • More Gun is a rip using Semexual-like word mixing to create a PPAP duet between the Engineer and the Spy, with the Spy killing Engineer, and doing his iconic snort-laugh.
  • Misfortune Teller is basically a smexual in high-quality rip form.



Fictional titles



    Video Descriptions 
  • The various Snow Halation rips, which all feature a quote from each member of μ’s (except Nozomi) about how they love to read the channel description.
  • The various joke rips from Nekopara Vol. 1, composed by "Schtoph-Putin Kneckoparah, Ownyoresteemprovilez Yumohreons".note 
  • Moonstruck Blossom from Kirby: Triple Deluxe gives us the following description.
    "Sectonia and Taranza were once good friends, but Sectonia became obsessed with vanity, delusions of grandeur and not reading the channel description. It wasn't long before her heart went evil, turning her into the power-hungry monarch she is today."
  • All the pirate rips have the songs listed as "Shanties", the artist as "Composarr", the playlist as "Treasure Map", platforms as "Planks", and the description is some form of "Please be readin' the channel description!" Here is what the channel description said on Talk Like a Pirate Day (the day all the aforementioned pirate rips were posted):
    Here be lyin' a fine selection of mostly Nintendo shanties!

    I do not own to any o' the shanties heard in these live performances. Sailin' and plunderin' fer shanties is quite a time-consumin' voyage fer me (especially if ye be takin on the S.S. Wii U and H.M.S. 3DS), but feel free to leave shanty requests or suggestions thru personal message in a bottle or thru carrier pigeon, and I'll see what aye can do!

    Banner ARRtwork is from me favorite pirate pastime, "Tengami".

    (All of the shanties are hauled in by a team of hard workin' pirates who have given the OK. Also, please keep yer requests to a minimum, or you'll be walkin' the plank!)
  • The description of the final video is about SiIva getting angry at the fact that the names have gotten corrupted after every album upload:
    9 months. 27 albums. And every single time, this has happened. Without error. Names of people who I have never known fill up my screen and I get no credit at the end for all of my hard work. I have ran every single virus scan in the world known to mankind, have uploaded from my laptop and from my phone, yet it's all for naught. Why do I try? It's like there's a greater power that I don't know about, interfering with my actions. Is this the work of an enemy stand? Or the people named in the albums? I once heard about a group behind the scenes manipulating me and every move I make, but who would seriously believe something like that? I'm just a simple video game music ripper. What would anyone want from me? Going this far for a prank is a really mean thing to do, though I think I am overthinking this.

    While the name corruption is a shame, I was never in this for the recognition. I only wanted to upload high quality video game rips. A goal which I think I have finally reached, at the end of a very grandiose and bizarre adventure. It has been a delight for me, and I hope it was for all of you as well.

    I'm completely exhausted. Maybe I need to lie down and think this through...

    Yes... I haven't slept in a long time...
  • And then in the true final video, the culprit is revealed:
    So the culprit reveals himself. You may or may not have noticed but through the entire run of my channel, every time I released an album, the names would be messed up. Now on the last album, Wood Man shows himself. The one who's been doing all this crap. I don't even care anymore, I'm too tired to think. I need to lie down for a while... A long while.
  • The description of Disco Star - The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
  • The description for I'm Han Solo has The Voice getting a bit out of it:


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