Going fast is our curse – Sonic Heroes : Part 2



And thus, the question is presented: does Sonic go as fast as possible, or does he slow down so Knuckles and Tails can keep up??

Click to SUBSCRIBE ►
MERCH!! ►
Our email list! ►

*********************************************

We have NEW MERCH every FRIDAY!

Visit our WEBSITE every FRIDAY to check out the NEW items!

►►►

*********************************************

FACEBOOK ►
TWITTER ►
INSTAGRAM ►
WEBSITE ►

*********************************************

Game Grumps are:
Arin ►
Danny ►

#gaming #SonicHeroes #SANIC

Nguồn: https://boristadic.org/

Xem thêm bài viết khác: https://boristadic.org/game/

41 thoughts on “Going fast is our curse – Sonic Heroes : Part 2”

  1. I don’t think you’ll ever see this, but dan, you should read ragesong it’s a fantasy series and it has a bit to do with music. I think he’d like it.

    Reply
  2. 8:10 it's almost like humility is an attractive trait,
    Meanwhile blaming other things for your own mistakes is a frustrating trait, and makes you look really stupid.

    Ever heard of dark side phill? Lol

    13:20 holy shit, Danny fucking nails it a few minutes later.

    Reply
  3. The E that was stuck on the screen when we laughed the whole time Oh and also the guy with the Big nose is Kilroy was here

    Reply
  4. When he keeps ignoring the check points I'm like yelling at my screen…I loved this game as a kid so this pains me more then normal lol

    Reply
  5. Remotes still use IR because it's a very efficient and error-free technology. Bluetooth remotes would be nice in a sense, but they'd use a lot more battery, would be less secure, and wouldn't be nearly as reliable.

    Reply
  6. Arin: I don't get why people would think I'm gross!
    Me, thinking of that gif of him with the M&M's in his open drooly maw half chewed that actually haunts my dreams: it's a mystery.

    Reply
  7. Lewis Carroll is one of my favourite authors. I love that Dan is taking the time to read Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-glass. I have a huge book of stories and poetry by Lewis Carroll and another one by Hans Christian Andersen. 😍😍😍😍😍💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜

    Reply
  8. I think you guys are talking about Ziggy. He was a comic character and greeting card companies used him a lot.

    Reply
  9. About that "collective memory" you're talking about. The dude with the long nose over the edge and all that. Look up Google images: "Killroy was here".

    Reply
  10. 21:49 ~ His name is Kilroy, he was a type of graffiti that started during one of the wars in the 20 century (WWI, WWII, or Cold War, can't remember). He was the first national and international meme. IIRC, he was on the Berlin Wall with the label "Kilroy was here".

    Reply
  11. Im kinda conflicted with this series because i really enjoy watching one of my old favourite games, it kinda triggers me watching Arin doing so many things wrong. But lets be real, That's the Game Grumps Guarantee

    Reply
  12. Ripping ass the literal second before Dan first used the fart sound on the sound board in ep. 1 had me dying. They sounded the same 😂

    Reply
  13. The guy peeking over the page… his name is Kilroy and his depiction goes all the way back to at least WWI, but couldn't find an origin of him. But we all know of him since it spread through officers in the military during the war, and when they came home, it spread to their children all over the country.

    Reply
  14. Am I the only person who thought Metropolis Zone was boring? That was like the only zone I didn't care about until the fight, which was SUPER fun

    Reply

Leave a Comment