Here is a video with the reaction of kids to Luigi death stare.
Haha, love these videos. Something very adorable about seeing kids react to stuff. To anyone unfamiliar with these videos, I'd suggest also seeing the Teens React to Slender and Adults React to Hatsune Miku. Great stuff. :P
LOL @ the girl: "One day Luigi will be stopped" #Dead
5 years from now: https://www.youtube.com/wat...
These Kids React kids are all actors in training and so over react to everything because they are working the camera. What chance have they got with parents pimping them out for the cameras. They have to be careful or they will end up with the emotional stability of Jaden Smith.
Yo Sasuke. Were you in this video? Lol the kids reactions are brilliant. They aren't staged are they?
Nope. Those kids are all seeing it for the first time and we're getting their honest reactions.
The ending is the best XD
Lol...that pic of Luigi, awesome! Great video, nice to see kids reacting and having some laughs at Luigi's death stare.
Make lazy [insert generic thing here] reacts to [popular thing here] = AD BUX
Dogs react to Adventure Time. BOOM, profit.
This just makes me wonder why people say Mario and co need to die or stop being rehashed. They are like the comic book heroes of video games and they are symbolic and universally recognized. I hope 50 years from now kids can see Luigi and know who it is, and put a smile on my 70 year old face
The characters are very recognizable. You'd be hard pressed to find someone who has even a fraction of a percentile of knowledge of video games that doesn't know Mario.
That's the look I gave my 6th grade teacher for friday homework!
It's amazing how something like this can blow up to these proportions. I wonder what Nintendo was thinking when they put that into the game.
Probably nothing. As every character looks a certain way. It's just that they made Luigi menacing instead of dopey like he normally is. Accidental success is the best success
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