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Santoro Gaming is a Let's Play series by Matthew Santoro. The first video was uploaded on January 4, 2016, where Matthew plays the game Respawn Man. The series is available via YouTube. Note that Matthew Santoro has a web series separate from this one; tropes from that series should go on its own page.

Unfortunately, however, as of December 12, 2016, Matthew decided to pull the plug on the series and deleted the channel. And this, as you might expect, meant that all the videos were lost to history.

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...However, if you do actually manage to find reuploaded versions of any of the videos, feel free to add links to them in this page, preferably in the form of an organized list.


Santoro Gaming contains examples of the following tropes:

  • Black Comedy: In "I REFUSE TO DIE-Respawn Man (Part 1/4)", Matt plays Respawn Man, a game where he plays as a character who can come back to life numerous times and leave his corpses behind when he dies. In one part of the video, his character drowns in a body of water, and when his character gets resurrected, he decides to use his character’s corpse as a boat for no reason other than comedy.
  • Rule of Three: In "WHAT KILLS YOU MAKES YOU STRONGER-Respawn Man (Part 2/4)", Matt plays the video game Respawn Man, and only has to jump twice to complete a level, but jumps three times for good luck.
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  • Shout-Out: In "I REFUSE TO DIE-Respawn Man (Part 1/4)", Matt notes that there are many dead bodies of his character in Respawn Man, the video game that he’s playing, and compares it to the music video for "Thriller" by Michael Jackson, which also has many dead bodies.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Matt swears a lot due to his rage from failing at video games.
  • Toilet Humor: In "I REFUSE TO DIE-Respawn Man (Part 1/4)", Matt plays Respawn Man, a game where he plays as a character who can come back to life numerous times and leave his corpses behind when he dies. In one part of the video, his character dies, and Matt comedically replays it, because he finds the sound of his character’s death that sounds like him crapping himself funny.
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Alternative Title(s): Matthew Santoro

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