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Author:   chautemoc
Date:   Oct 05, 12 at 7:16am (PST)
Subject:   Super Skyrim Bros mod brings Mario to PC
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Author:   Wolfwood
Date:   Oct 05, 12 at 10:07am (PST)
Subject:   re: Super Skyrim Bros mod brings Mario to PC
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That rendition of Bowser is just so perfect in a hilariously disturbing sort of way. I wonder what sort of soul he would yield... should you choose to accept it into your being. Too bad he didn't stick with using the SMB64 soundtrack the whole way through the trailer, man I miss that game.



Author:   Hell Fire
Date:   Oct 05, 12 at 10:26am (PST)
Subject:   re: Super Skyrim Bros mod brings Mario to PC
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That is way too cool! It makes me annoyed that I have Skyrim on the PS3 and not the PC. I would definitely play around with it otherwise.



Author:   neversoft42
Date:   Oct 05, 12 at 1:38pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Super Skyrim Bros mod brings Mario to PC
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Already on it. So cool. I was just thinking on getting back into Skyrim the other day. This just adds on to that. Sucks I have to work otherwise I'd continue.
-Thanks for the post!



Author:   Lorx
Date:   Oct 05, 12 at 2:40pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Super Skyrim Bros mod brings Mario to PC
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Ooo, very interesting. Like how it runs with the game, so you don't have to tweak everything to run it, and then tweak again to go back to Tamriel.



Author:   Fury
Date:   Oct 05, 12 at 7:25pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Super Skyrim Bros mod brings Mario to PC
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I wonder if there was a technical reason Bowser had long legs or if it was just a joke .


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