The body of this text should most likely be some sort analysis on today’s gaming culture. I should probably go in depth on what may or may not be wrong with trick shots, Mountain Dew/Doritos promotions, and marijuana culture entering gaming. Generic, repetitive, copy/paste first person shooters that pander to the general populace are popular topic to analyze these days, that would always be a safe option. Maybe I should touch on Steam sales and Gaben’s attempts to collect all of our hard earned cash. Is racking up dozens of games I’ll never play in my Steam library really a positive thing? How much money am I really saving if I buy 75 games that are 75% off? There’s always the option of writing about how pay-to-win models for games are ruining everything. How paying to upgrade yourself and consequently winning without really earning it is ruining the basic core of what gaming is all about.
There’s a hundred things that are touched on in the absurd video posted below that can get their own article, but no one wants to write deep articles on Sunday morning in their underwear. I’d rather show you a video of Mario demonstrating it all. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words. I guess in this case, this video of Mario turning into a gaming bro is worth a million analysis pieces.