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The folks over at Smosh have once again produced an “honest trailer” for a game. This time, the video focuses on Pokemon X/Y. Check it out below.

More than 30 animators have come together over the past year to recreate the intro video shown in Super Smash Bros. Melee. The end result is rather impressive, as each person brings their own unique style to the table. Give the video a watch below.

The folks over at Smosh have once again produced an “honest trailer” for a game. This time, the video focuses on Zelda: Twilight Princess. Check it out below.

The folks over at Smosh have once again produced an “honest trailer” for a game. This time, the video focuses on Fire Emblem. Check it out below.

The folks over at Smosh have once again produced an “honest trailer” for a game. This time, the video focuses on Pokemon Black and White. Check it out below.

A fan animation has been posted online – see below – showing a neat take on Super Mario Kart. “Hat-Loving Gamer” demonstrates what the SNES classic would be like with 101 players. There are some pretty crazy character choices, along with items and mechanics that aren’t in the actual game.

The folks over at Smosh have once again produced an “honest trailer” for a game. This time, the video focuses on Super Mario Maker. Check it out below.

The “React” channel is back with another gaming-centric video, this time for Super Mario Maker. Below, you can get an idea as to how adults feel about the Wii U title after taking on several levels.

The folks over at Smosh have once again produced an “honest trailer” for a game. This time, the video focuses on Sonic the Hedgehog. Check it out below.

Terry Garrett started playing The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time back in 2011. Five years later (with some breaks in between), he’s managed to finish the game.

Terry is actually blind, so it was no easy feat to complete the N64 classic. There’s plenty of trial and error involved as he’s only able to progress by listening to sounds signaling enemies, walls and the rest of the environment via two speakers.

Garrett thanked “all those who have stuck with me through this series even after it seemed like I was giving up.” Viewers shared walkthroughs, tips, and more that he could listen to in order to finish off Ocarina of Time.

If you’d like to see the entire journey, head on over to Garrett’s YouTube page here. We’ve also embedded the final video below.

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