Game Compilations Compilation – Scott The Woz



Scott takes a look at s’mores (game compilations).

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Music Used:
“Music Player/Leaderboards” from Mega Man Legacy Collection
“Title Screen” from Sonic Mega Collection
“Options/Extras” from Sonic Mega Collection
“Super Mario Bros. 3 (Overworld)” from Super Mario All Stars
“Game Select” from Super Mario All Stars
“Green Gardens” from Kirby: Star Allies
“Stamp Collection” from NES Remix
“Stage Select” from NES Remix
“PAC-MAN” from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U
“Namco Arcade 80s Retro Medley 2” from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
“Beatnik on the Ship” from Streets of Rage
“Emerald Hill Zone” from Sonic the Hedgehog 2
“Rainbow Road” from Super Mario Kart
“Title Screen” from Mega Man Legacy Collection
“Museum” from Mega Man Legacy Collection
“Breakout” from 3D Dot Game Heroes

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48 thoughts on “Game Compilations Compilation – Scott The Woz

  1. The only true way to play old classic Activision games is to shoot all the heads on nuketown

  2. Scott: It's now official that Barack Obama is a part of the Kirby canon.

    "In 2008… Barack Obama Was Elected President Of The USA."

    Yep… he's definitely canon lol! 😂😂😂

  3. Scott: It's amazing when you think about s'mores it's three different things combined into one big thing.

    Also Scott: is ironically talking about game compilations

  4. I loved SMC, if you wanted to feel nostalgia for game you never grew up with you'd just listen to this: https://youtu.be/flyg4gwA0is

    and suddenly false memories would flow into your head.

  5. Scott didn't burn down his own house. It was his neighbour's house. Scott committed arson then put it as a joke in this video to put us off his scent.

  6. One of my favorites was Namco Museum Vol. 3 for the Playstation. The other games in the title had some great games, but this one included explorable worlds based on the worlds in-game, with Easter eggs and fun facts spread throughout. I held it in high regard and was disappointed with many of the other Namco Museum titles because of it, though the other titles had some really great stuff too.

  7. I'd of loved the game gear mega man game on one of the collections. I have never played it and even though it's consider bad, it was developed in the UK so i'd want to give it a chance.

  8. I agree Scott The Woz, that Megaman's Anniversary Collection was off. It is due to input lag is way too bad and lack of clarity as salt to the wound.

  9. Scott, if you’d grown up when arcades — or Congo Bongo and Crystal Castels, at the 7/11, on the way to school — were the only places you could play games that weren’t Atari Grand Prix through the coveted, yet never-on-any-collection, Activision’s, David Crane’s Pitfall II (unless you got an Atari 8-bit or a C64, years into their life cycles, or finally, an NES — which was still bested, for years, by Atarisoft’s four-screen versions of Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr., plus the all basically the same board that just looked different Mario Bros.) you’d want the whole godd@#&ed screen filled, mostly with scanlines — especially with still, drawn or computerated, pre-Photoshop photoshop graphics that made the arcade-game characters you were playing look they were real-to-life cartoons, represented through the pixelator filter for which there were no options…

  10. Sonic Mega Collection gc was my childhood. Love the games, the extras. Would love it on Switch. Best way to play s3&k. Never got Kirby collection in Europe 🙁

  11. Petition for Scott to rename his first Game Compilation video to “Game Compilations Vol. 2” starts here:

  12. Propane Classics Collection was a real blast. The nostalgia I get for the Propane series always makes me so happy. I had never gotten to play a propane game on my brother's Xbox because "It was his, his only." I always saw him playing the Propane original, and wanted to play it for myself, but I had never gotten to play it, until one day when my brother had gone to a sleepover with his pals. Even then my parents would not allow me into his room to play his Xbox, but that didn't stop me. I would sneak out of my room into his and play the original Propane trilogy. It was always so fun to just, toy with it. My favorite of the 3 had to be the second one, with how it expanded on it's universe and added different brands too. I thought that I would never get to experience this level of high-quality gaming, but on June 11th, 2014, the 4th and 5th games had released. My brother had gotten himself an Xbox 360 to play his shooter games, and gave me his Xbox as a 'hand-me-down.' Little did he know that this was a dream come true. Propane and it's 5 games were all mine, baby. I would always wake up on Saturdays early at 6:50am just to be able to play more Propane and it's new titles. Sadly, 2 years later… The house had burnt down, with the Xbox and Propane 1-5. I had never felt so devastated in my life. I wanted to have more fun with Propane and it's adventures, but all the copies on Amazon and EBay were too high to buy. Until then I would always imagine playing some more Propane. Never would a series be more fun than Propane's full 5 adventures.

    Fast Forward 3 years later, My brother had gone off to College, and sent me his Xbox 360 as a 'Remember me' gift. I had fun playing all the game he had on it, with the discs too, but I would never had felt the same happiness when I played Propane. But one day… I was browsing my local GameStop when I saw it: Propane Classics Collection for Xbox 360. I rang it up to the counter ASAP and went home with it.

    I had finally gotten able to replay my childhood. Propane was such an underrated treasure trove of games. I wish the developers would make a Propane 6, but for now it'll be a nice dream.

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