Yes, Japan is a strange place. Maybe the strangest on earth. Watch this video and understand what I mean…
Filed under Funny, Games, Japan, Strange
Tagged as Games, Japan, Muscle Koushinkyoku, Muscle March, Namco, Strange, Wii, Wii Ware
Im speechless BUT I am amused.
LOL, that is hilarious.
They have a similar mini-game in “Raymond’s Raving Rabids” but without all of the muscles. Some of those images were scary.
yeah, that’s pretty messed up
I think the developers have definitely been smoking something.
Nice! It reminds of that old PS1 party game….the one with the dudes jumping for ham or trying to rapidly get lead out of a mechanical pencil.
It’s totally like “black man ham”.
The lead pencil game… Awesome. “We need a game by 5:00 pm!”
lol. I think that the game was Bishi Bashi…not too sure which version. But I remember this gem where you had to make it work while avoiding boulders:
Do you still have that game? If so could you e-mail me a scan of the cover so I can get the exact name. I want to track down a copy over here.
I saw it recently as I was going through some old games. The cover was this:
It looks to be a compilation of several versions.
Have you seen this?
Thanks for the cover pics, The second one looks like it was released in Europe.
I’ve never seen that arcade machine before. I’ll keep my eye out for it.
Truly weird, but you gotta love Japan for this. Of course, you obviously bought this game and can’t put it down, right?
I wish I could buy it, unfortunately my Wii is from Canada and can’t access the Japanese online store.
This is really getting a lot of coverage – I have seen it in several Japan blogs like Tokyo Mango, Japan Probe, Kirainet.com, etc. Now, I just saw in on G4TV’s Around the Net, where it was the #1 video of the day (Around the Net searches the Internet for the “best” videos).
I guess weirdness spreads quickly.
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I'm originally from Canada, but now live in Japan. I like games, strange things, and trying new foods. I hope you enjoy reading my semi-interesting posts and pictures.
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