Limited Edition Consoles – Scott The Woz



Scott tries not to sneeze like a ton while talking about limited edition consoles.

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Music Used:
“Flower Garden” from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island
“Overworld” from The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
“Muda Kingdom” from Super Mario Land
“Pop Star” from Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
“Pokemon Center” from Pokemon Gold, Silver and Crystal
“Menu 1” from Super Smash Bros. Melee
“Versus Saturos” from Golden Sun
“Fairy Fountain” from The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
“Congratetris” from Tetris DS
“Detective Mario” from Paper Mario: Sticker Star
“Stage Select” from NES Remix
“Title Screen 3” from Wii Sports Resort
“Aqua Planet Zone (Game Gear)” from Sonic Chaos
“Title Screen” from Spyro the Dragon
“Airship” from Ninja Gaiden (2004)
“Breakout” from 3D Dot Game Heroes

31 Replies to “Limited Edition Consoles – Scott The Woz”

  1. David Townsend

    Before I got my switch j was all about 3ds. I got new 2ds xl I used mostly but having grown up on NEs and SNES and can literally rememebr the day link to the past or castlevania 4 came out I wouldve paid all my money for an SNES 3ds. And shit I still got like 100 digital games I should look into it…

  2. NERVofficial

    The gold ps2 is actually a Hyaku-Shiki version, based on the mecha of the same name from the Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam anime. Its also of course in the game it was bundled with "gundam versus zeta gundam". The ps2 has the Kanji for "hyaku" (hundred) in the corner to show that

  3. CompactFlash

    The tales of symphonia gamecube (seen at 5:37) was actually a unique light green system that came with the standard Nintendo GameCube jewel, and a special Tales of Symphonia jewel (because the jewel is swappable on older gamecubes).

  4. Chad Peterson

    Fun fact for anyone who doesn't read Korean: the Game Boy at 2:21 reads 미니컴보이, or "Mini-com-boy", probably short for "mini computer boy." This is strange to me, because the Konglish 게임 is used…all the time. Maybe back in the whenever the Game Boy made its way to Korea, it wasn't an oft-used phrase, or had a different meaning. Or maybe Nintendo was leaning into the (somewhat true) stereotype that Koreans only play computer games. Idk, I'm probably thinking about this too hard.

  5. Nicolas Gamez

    Yo I owned three Pokémon 3ds xls
    Pikachu
    A yevatal one that I got from my parents before I went up to my grandmas house for the last time since she died. (I will always cherish this one even if i dropped one time and it broke)
    I got the sun and moon one for Christmas to help replace the yevetal one

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