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Game Theory:Every video game takes place in the real wolrd

Last posted Sep 17, 2012 at 05:56PM EDT. Added Sep 15, 2012 at 07:09PM EDT
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And mike tyson is master of the universe, Watch the video if I’m not making any sense to you.

Now that you watch I hope now let’s find out what other franchises take place in the real wolrd thorough crossovers of the games in the video above.

Like Street Fight in Marvel vs Capcom would mean Marvel takes place in our universe.

Sep 15, 2012 at 07:09PM EDT
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So Nintendo (and other companies) putting cameos into their games mean that every game happens in the same galaxy? And this theory is strengthened by Mike Tyson making appearances in games, too…?

It might be “just a theory”, but he’s begging the question hardcore by making these leaps. It’s a great idea, but you can’t cherry pick a hundred cameos and tell me that they’re all on the same planet (also, this is a great time for me to mention that it’s spelled “world”… :/). True, it would be nigh impossible to provide hard evidence to assert the claim that all games occur within the same galaxy, but using cameos and references to back yourself up is just a terrible approach.

Last edited Sep 15, 2012 at 08:15PM EDT
Sep 15, 2012 at 08:14PM EDT
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Patrick wrote:

So Nintendo (and other companies) putting cameos into their games mean that every game happens in the same galaxy? And this theory is strengthened by Mike Tyson making appearances in games, too…?

It might be “just a theory”, but he’s begging the question hardcore by making these leaps. It’s a great idea, but you can’t cherry pick a hundred cameos and tell me that they’re all on the same planet (also, this is a great time for me to mention that it’s spelled “world”… :/). True, it would be nigh impossible to provide hard evidence to assert the claim that all games occur within the same galaxy, but using cameos and references to back yourself up is just a terrible approach.

Is just something fun to think about that I wanted to share, I’m not taking it seriously xD.

Sep 15, 2012 at 09:07PM EDT
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Let’s just hope that Sonic’s world is not the same as that of other games.

I mean, HOW MANY objects has Eggman put into orbit? And that’s not even counting those that got destroyed. Or Space Colony ARK (though that was still the creation of a Robotnik…)

Sep 16, 2012 at 01:00PM EDT
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Patrick wrote:

So Nintendo (and other companies) putting cameos into their games mean that every game happens in the same galaxy? And this theory is strengthened by Mike Tyson making appearances in games, too…?

It might be “just a theory”, but he’s begging the question hardcore by making these leaps. It’s a great idea, but you can’t cherry pick a hundred cameos and tell me that they’re all on the same planet (also, this is a great time for me to mention that it’s spelled “world”… :/). True, it would be nigh impossible to provide hard evidence to assert the claim that all games occur within the same galaxy, but using cameos and references to back yourself up is just a terrible approach.

Sep 16, 2012 at 07:37PM EDT
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As one person said on another forum:

In an infinite universe, shouldn’t that mean infinite possibilities?

Sep 17, 2012 at 03:10AM EDT
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As Alan Moore said, “This is an imaginary story. Aren’t they all?”

Sep 17, 2012 at 03:16AM EDT
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Wreck it Ralph…
Super Smash Bros…
Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games…
And…

The shoes of Sonic and THE GUN OF EARTHWORM JIM in Donkey Kong Country 2.

Moar connections:

Let’s see: Diddy Kong, a kremling from Donkey Kong series, Banjo, Tip-Tup (who appeared in Banjo Tooie) and Conker all in the same game.

Sep 17, 2012 at 05:04AM EDT
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Patrick wrote:

So Nintendo (and other companies) putting cameos into their games mean that every game happens in the same galaxy? And this theory is strengthened by Mike Tyson making appearances in games, too…?

It might be “just a theory”, but he’s begging the question hardcore by making these leaps. It’s a great idea, but you can’t cherry pick a hundred cameos and tell me that they’re all on the same planet (also, this is a great time for me to mention that it’s spelled “world”… :/). True, it would be nigh impossible to provide hard evidence to assert the claim that all games occur within the same galaxy, but using cameos and references to back yourself up is just a terrible approach.

Sep 17, 2012 at 10:39AM EDT
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