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I Wish I Were as Dope as Nintendo Keyboard Medley Guy or FF7 Floppy Drive Music Guy

Posted on Sunday, March 2 @ 01:31:40 PST by Heath_Hindman
Sometimes, you just wanna be someone else. Someone else... with superpowers. Or at least, the ability to play really cool music. Such was the case when I saw this dude dropping a Nintendo medley like it wasn't no thang.



While we're here enjoying game music, we may as well dig Final Fantasy VII's boss battle music on floppy drives, because what the hell.



You know, sometimes I think we're doing okay, us humans. Doing just fine.
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