Twitter has a lot of useless video game knowledge

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She’s there in the BibleAsk, and it will be given to you. He’s also on Twitter for gaming, which is where the Super Pod Saga mini gaming podcast came out innocent question On January 15th, people showed up to respond in droves: “What’s the most useless video game piece of information you know?”

Apparently, there are a lot of people who think a lot of useless ideas about video games. Who knows? In the week and a half since posting, Super Pod Saga has received over ten thousand responses to their tweet. But a lot of it, I say, is not necessarily useless, but necessary.

Takes This reply About the action-adventure series devil may cryfor example: “Dante and Virgil have an insane healing factor that basically heals while the damage is done, so there are no cuts or scars. For this reason, they are likely not circumcised.”

tell me the truth. What was I supposed to do if I hadn’t read that before? You never know if Dante and Virgil were circumcised or not? Forced to wander the earth forever alone in my confusion? Can you even imagine that?

Or How about this: “in Xenoblade 3All characters in the game files are listed by number by gender. zero male and one female; However, the Juniper character is listed as two. Moreover, in Xenoblade 2The character Roc’s gender is listed as four. Thus, there are at least five genera in Xenoblade. I mean, this is just an inspiration.

Ah, the breeze of femininity! Dinosaurs!

Kotaku The employees were also maintaining their own specialized video game information. I know this, because I begged them to tell me in pursuit of self-fulfillment.

“Fucking A fire breathing dinosaur from Super Mario World It’s named after the singer in the movie Nine Inch Nails,” social media editor Jeb Bigart tells me. “That sounds pretty useless.”

Yes, cool stuff. More, give me more.

“In the Halo 2 Quarantine and flood level [parasitic creatures] He can be seen walking around the pigs/tanks/etc. This is it only time Staff writer Zack Zweizen said:

Music on the NES Back to the futureAnd Terribly unpleasantA recurring theme that bears no immediately obvious resemblance to anything is actually an extremely fast-paced version of the hit song from the movie, Howie Lewis’ “The Power of Love” and the News. “Maybe because they programmed the music, but then they found out they didn’t have the rights to the song, so they sped it up. I don’t know why that was.”

thank you all. My strength is growing. My mind expands. My senses of trivia go numb.

Now, what’s your favorite part of random video game knowledge? Let her out, it’s for my health.

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