Saturday, April 9, 2011

The Quickest Fix To A Broken Video Game


I don't know how this works so well, it's an absolute wonder. Blowing into the back of an N64 game is a fool-proof way to get the system up and running again, and that's common knowledge. Did your Nintendo just crash? Take the game out and huff into it. Did some asshole just step on the system? Take a deep breath then exhale...into the game. It doesn't make sense to me: there's no way dust builds up in the game that quickly, so how does blowing on the game fix the problem? It also seems like there is more wrong with the system than just dust accumulation. Some broken technology requires professional maintenance, time and money to be fixed. This requires breathing. So simple. So doable. Credit is due to whoever created N64, and I don't know how this method was discovered, but whoever did discover it, I speak on behalf of all Mario Kart racers when I say thank you. You have no idea how much stress and money you have saved us all.

8 comments:

  1. they dont make em like they used to

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  2. youre so funny.. and hot.. rawr

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  3. this one's definitely the intern, the carpeting is vandy

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  4. took the words right outta my mouth. well done broston

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  5. this is not golden...it's not worthy of a post. anybody who ever had an n64 knows this is standard operating procedure. I assume this was the intern, because this is amateur hour.

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