There was a time in my life when I thought I was a skilled Super Mario World player. After all, it’s the first video game I have recollection of playing, so it would only make sense that the game I’ve played the longest would be one I’m quite talented at. However that time has passed, and, for comparison’s sake, I once considered myself a highly-paid executive assistant at the Super Mario World Talent Company, now I feel as if I’m nothing more than a janitor.
“Finally, after the introduction to the first level back in 2009, the Item Abuse series comes to a close with the release of Item Abuse 3! The final episode was due to the product of 3 years of on-and-off work, with the approximately 40% of the past 2 months being dedicated solely to this project. And after furiously being frustrated at even beating my own level, the hardest Super Mario World level ever is complete.”
Fuck. This. Seriously. I can’t even watch this video without feeling like JDKLAFJDKAJFD;KAJFDLK. It’s stressful as balls, but as stressful as it is it’s even more impressive. Like, damn. I don’t even know how or what or who to say right now. And that doesn’t even make any sense.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some dirty toilets to clean.