Random Post:

Weekly Round-Up #11

Tips for Buying EarthBound

May 24th, 2015 | MOTHER 1, Videos

Andrew B. sent me this e-mail a while back about a video series about philosophy that puts things in more-understandable terms all while presenting things in an 8-bit video game theme. One specific video uses a lot of EarthBound Zero-themed presentation:

I just started watching a series on youtube known as 8-bit philosophy which is an incredibly accurate and informative showcasing the great what’s and why’s humans ask day to day. One of them showcases the original Mother and I thought you guys would like to see it.

I’ve never seen this series before – is it any good? It seems interesting from a quick glance, but I’d like to hear what my peers think about it before I sit down to watch more.


Other Related Posts:


4 Comments to EarthBound Zero-Themed Philosophy Video

Clay said on May. 24, 2015

It’s a pretty interesting video! And the narrator has a cool voice to boot.
Also, Giegue: “You should never sing!” lmao

Winterswhite said on May. 24, 2015

I actually watched one of these videos in history class. I find it pretty interesting.

Anonymous said on May. 24, 2015

Like most self-righteous philosophers, the writer of this video fails to recognize his/her own hypocrisy. A pot calling the kettle black comes to mind. Interesting to see the Mother footage, though. I can easily see why Mother fans would like this.

suomynonA said on May. 26, 2015


+1 I agree


Recent Comments

  • asdf: I don’t think it looks better than the GBA game we got, but I’m definitely curious how different it would’ve turned out....
  • Leeaux: Whoops, my bad it was Poe! Well it’s good to see you too!
  • Leeaux: Tomato! Oh man it’s been too long since the last post! Good to see you!
  • Rāma: Umm … I am not interested in the N64 version. If you are a game culture researcher, I think it would be an object of interest. If...
  • Adam: I love the look of both games. I think this would have been the best looking game on the 64, to me. It’s a too bad we can’t have...
Subscribe to Comments Feed!