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Tanuke.com presents: Zero Transformation

October 20, 2009

To hold you over until the next Analogues (It’s coming soon. I swear!) Test Zero put together this short review of one of the most disappointing video game adaptations of a TF-centered novel series ever.

Enjoy!

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6 Comments
  1. Blike permalink
    October 21, 2009 1:36 am

    Enjoyable. The humor is definitely there. The only improvements I can suggest would be to speak a little slower and work on enunciation; you can sound as though you are speaking without punctuation without actually speaking as fast as you are. Other than that, good work; thanks.

  2. October 21, 2009 4:39 am

    Seconded, it was quite funny and instructive (glad I didn’t get those game, Project Altered seem to have been better), but it was really difficult to follow dues to the speed for a non native english speaker.

  3. October 21, 2009 4:39 am

    Certainly a enjoyable piece Test-Zero, I had no idea there were that many Animorphs games (or they were all awful for that matter!)

    As Blike said, however, the speed of your voice seemed to be too quick. It wasn’t to the point of distracting too much from review, but next time you may want to improve on that.

    In any case, good work and I look forward to perhaps another such clip in the future!

  4. Platero permalink
    October 22, 2009 10:11 pm

    Guys…this is a parody of Zero Punctuation. That’s why he’s talking so fast and without punctuation. I’m not too familiar with it, but I did enjoy this. 🙂

    Anyway, thought I should let you know that there’s an even more primitive Animorphs game. Years and years ago, I had to suffer through the quasi-Pac Man ripoff known as…THE YEERK POOL!

    http://www.scholastic.com/animorphs/games/ypgame.htm

    • Blike permalink
      October 23, 2009 1:29 am

      I’m aware of Zero Punctuation, I’m actually a fan of his. If you listen closely to Yahtzee (the guy who does Zero Punctuation), you’ll notice he actually isn’t speaking that fast most of the time, it’s his inflection and pacing that make it seem faster than it is.

      This is what Test Zero needs to work on to improve his parody; the humor is there, and the graphics are engaging and well done, but it can be hard to follow because of the speed he’s talking.

  5. Maverick permalink
    November 1, 2009 6:25 pm

    Consider me highly amused and glad I never laid hands on any of these games, even though i wanted them when I was a kid.

    I agree with the above constructive criticism, though. You don’t have to remove all spaces to make yourself sound like Yahtzee. You just talk without punctuation. Basically, what Blike said.

    But don’t take this as bad. I really enjoyed this.

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