Gaming Steve

January 4, 2008

Watch All of the Cut-Scenes From The Simpsons Game

I am a totally crazy die hard Simpsons fan – I've seen every single episode and listened to all the cast commentaries for every single episode currently out on DVD ... yeah I know I have a problem – but yet even I couldn't get through The Simpsons game. The whole "point" of the game was to make fun of the entire video game genre as a whole, but yet in the end the gameplay ended up being everything they were making fun of to begin with.

In fact the only reason to play the game was to see the hilarious cut-scenes, which were written by same writers as the show. And without watching those cut-scenes I always felt like I was missing an episode of the show and my "collection" wasn't complete (yes, once again I know I have a problem!).

But thanks to the miracle of YouTube I can finally watch those fantastic cut-scenes without actually having to play that pesky game (and now I can sleep at night knowing my "collection" is complete ... please don't judge me!).

But wait? You say that you're not a Simpsons fan? Why on Earth should you waste your time to watch these clips? Well all I have to say is this, they feature "the nerdiest nerd in the computerverse" ... Will Wright!

Yeah ... I thought so.

The remaining cut-scenes can be seen after the jump.

Posted by Gaming Steve at 12:15 AM | Comments (5) | Posted to Culture | PlayStation 2 |  Add this story to  Stumble It!  Submit this story to Digg!

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Posted by Paroxysm at January 4, 2008 5:16 AM

Spider pig! spider pig! Does whatever a spider pig does. Can he swing. From a web? No he can't. He's a pig.

Look out! He is a spider pigggg.

Posted by Hiro Protagonist at January 4, 2008 7:23 AM

Cool to hear you love the audio commentaries as well, Steve. I find that I listen to the DVDs with the commentaries more often than I do with the regular sound.

Posted by strength at January 4, 2008 8:06 AM

Same way about the Simpsons. I own seasons 3 - 10, listen to all the great commentaries, and these cut scenes are just great. Now I don't need to buy the game!

Posted by Clayton at January 4, 2008 12:16 PM

On some of the episodes, especially for season 1, the commentary is better than the episode itself. Personally, commentaries are my favorite thing about moving from VHS to DVD.

Posted by ricree at January 4, 2008 12:35 PM
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