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Yeah! We are only THREE days away from our YouTube World Premiere and we are going overboard!!!
We will raffle an amazing “All Your Base: Last Of Last” GAME & MERCH PACKAGE (worth $70) among our YouTube subscribers that also like our page until November 1! Do it now and win! And there is another surprise for ALL subscribers.
We are huge South Park fans, so this article definitely called our attention. Check this fantastic article of Kyle Orland on Ars Technica and give us your opinion. What do you think about this feature? Have you played the game?
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In only 30 days, you will be the guest of honor for the World YouTube Premiere of All Your Base: Last Of Last, a 3D animated science fiction steampunk comedy spoof short film that parodies one of the first and most remembered memes of the Internet.
You don’t know what the base are we talking about?
Well, in the 80s there was an arcade game made in Japan by Toaplan that had a short intro video (or “cutscene”) to the game Zero Wing. The original Japanese script was poorly translated into English. The game never made it big in the west; however, the broken English translation for the opening video became one of the first “memes” on the Internet.
In the cutscene, the alliance’s mighty Zero Wing battlecruiser has been sabotaged. As bombs slowly rip the ship apart, the crew panics and the Captain freezes when he sees his arch enemy “CATS” on the holo-screen. CATS taunts the crew as he belts out his infamous line “All Your Base Are Belong To Us” and bids the crew a fierily farewell.
What are you waiting for?
Watch the trailers NOW! Enjoy and get ready for the World YouTube Premiere of All Your Base: Last Of Last! Ha, ha, ha. HA!