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Watch here for better quality: https://youtu.be/ACSK2N0hDTg Nothing to say.

Watch here for better quality: https://youtu.be/3_Z0oCUj4DU Nothing to say.

Always remember the way to access the secret level.

A minute and fifteen seconds worth of deaths trying to get that jump gap secret were cut out.

The next fight is a dogfight above the sea as we defend our aircraft carriers from enemy planes and blimps.

Watch here for better quality: https://youtu.be/OdWPCfTWzp4 The tomb of the Man in Gauze himself.

Our plane is shot down on the way to the Crystal Tower that the Tan Army controls and we crash land into a jungle of grass. We are now in the Red Army's territory and they've allied themselves with the Tan. The Red Army is notorious for creating mad science experiments and sending them into the battlefield. We eventually make our way to a toy town. We open up the way to a burnt and demolished part of town where the Red Army's ultimate experiment awaits us. IT'S A MOTHERFUCKIN' T-REX!

We fight our way through the real Tower and defeat everything in our way. After destroying the Tan Guardian and all remaining enemy forces, we win the battle. The Greens have finally won a war at last.

The Tan Army have started landing their troops to takeover our aircraft carriers so we have to repel them on the ground. After that, we take one of their choppers and decimate enemy forces trying to take our other two aircraft carriers. Next, we board a plane and head to the next battle on land.

A couple years passed since the events of the first Plastic Patrol. People have discovered the secret of the plastic soldiers' sentience and now they're used in playful wargames and sporting events that are broadcasted on live TV. There are four teams: the greens, the tans, the reds, and the blues. We focus on the green and tan war for old times' sake. The green army have been the underdogs for quite some time losing every battle against the tan army since the wargames began. Now they face a cease of production if they can't win this next war. We begin with a recreation of the famous D-Day of World War II. We dodge enemy fire while we try to find explosives to blow up a barrier so we can climb to the top of the cliffs and into the trenches. Next, we must blow up anti aircraft turrets so our air force can land and we can be flown to the next battle.

Watch here for better quality: https://youtu.be/lDjzlD12ppM It took a lot of fiddling, but I got the thumbstick sensitivity to where I want it.

Watch here for better quality: https://youtu.be/NJyWVZ3bQdM When I first started the very first Summer of Sam years ago, I never played the original, I played the Revolution remaster. I couldn't play the original with a controller...until NOW! The thumbstick sensitivity needs some adjustment. I'll fix it before I start the next level.

We fight through town to reach The Crystal Tower. We also find out what happened to the Blue Army. The Reds defeated them and hung them. When we reach The Tower, it appears to be too small and that's because it is a fake. The real tower is underground.

Before Mega Man's time and before the Wily Wars, Dr. Thomas Light and Dr. Albert Wily were once university students studying robotics. Each had their own ideas of how to push forward the evolution of robots. Dr. Light proposed giving robots independent thought while Dr. Wily proposed more radical ideas like giving robots unlimited speed and strength. Wily's ideas were shot down each and every single time by Light and so the two former colleagues had a falling out. Dr. Wily wakes up from having another reoccurring nightmare about the past, but this time it gives him a new idea for an evil plan. Meanwhile at Dr. Light's lab, Dr. Light is busy giving routine maintenance checkups for a new line of Robot Masters. Suddenly, Dr. Wily breaks in with his iconic saucer and abducts the robots and equips them with his new and improved Double Gear System. Mega wants to go after them, but Dr. Light fears he may be no match for them this time. Mega is still determined so Dr. Light spends a few days equipping a Double Gear System of his own so he can fight them on equal level. The Double Gear System has its risks as to why it was critically shot down for it puts a lot of strain on the robot using it. Now we're ready to go after the latest 8 Robot Masters, but who to choose? Hmmm...

Mr. Angry crash lands us into a ruined city. We find a machine called The Materializer. This is where Mental's Horde was coming from. It's a government experiment that brings anything from their virtual reality simulations into the real world so the invasion was all fake and the government was behind everything. Mr. Angry becomes blind with rage from this new revelation that he takes control of The Materializer for himself and uses it bring forth waves of aliens to destroy us. After that, he summons his most powerful alien being for a boss fight. Once the alien is dead, he takes us on himself in an enlarged form. After we kill our dear old dad, we destroy The Materializer and a military rescue chopper flies in.

A dark recollection of events that occurred reveal what really happened after the events of the first level's flashback. It turns out Mr. Angry really is our father and the police came to arrest him for theft, possession of illegal weapons, and child abuse. The police try to arrest him while we end up being taken away by the government. A mother is shot to death during the event. We wake up in the middle of the woods with Mr. Angry who found us passed out after we killed Ugh-Zan IV. He reveals everything. The government erased our memories of being taken away and used us for virtual reality combat training experiments. Mr. Angry was targeted by the government because of his ramblings of Mental coming to Earth. We and our mother caused it. The government's bunker was destroyed once we got out of the simulation. We go with Mr. Angry on foot destroying Mental's forces along the way and come to a wrecked warship that he decides to pilot and get us out of this place.

We begin with a flashback to a time when our protagonist was just a toddler. He remembers escaping from his crib and climbing onto his mother's bed. He remembers how much she played Serious Sam and then he'd pretend to summon Mental's horde and fight them in the bedroom. This would get the attention of either the landlord or a representation of our protagonist's father nicknamed Mr. Angry. One day, Mr. Angry got so upset at us for summoning Mental's Horde that we and our protagonist's mother had to pack up everything and leave.

We wind up in an unknown location this time. We hear loud mechanical thumps coming from outside. We see that Mr. Angry's superstitions about Mental being real were correct all along. We gather weapons to fight off enemies and search for two Egyptian seals before fighting Ugh-Zan IV in a boss battle. This map took a while to figure out because it's so dark that there's no direct indication where to go or what to do.

It turns out the events of the previous level was part of a new game we've been testing with Virtual Reality. Another one is prepared for us to test next so we try it out. In this game, we're in night metropolis fighting aliens and we have a CPU ally fighting by our side. The game seems to go well until we realize that it's bugged in a way that damage sustained in the game is real so now we're bleeding for real. We fight off the enemies in the final area to win the game, but we can't get out so the programmers make a portal for us to see if that will help.

We wake up in a series of ruins. We were brought here by an unknown female entity who wants us to kill the King Reptiloid then seek her in her temple. We fight waves of enemies as we make our way to the King Reptiloid and engage him in a boss fight.

A rematch against all eight Robot Masters except this time I use their weaknesses and the Power Gear.

Mega Man confronts Wily in his 11th Wily Machine. Once it's beaten, Wily activates his Gear Capsule which is equipped with both Power and Speed Gears. Once that's destroyed, Wily initiates Plan B. B as in for Beg for mercy. He's done that so many times after defeat that Mega Man isn't fooled anymore. Dr. Wily still sees some positivity in this defeat since it was his Double Gear System that allowed Mega Man to beat him proving that he is a genius. Dr. Light shows up to make Wily see that Mega Man is the result of the ideas he once had so long ago and also the result of the two scientists' ideas meshed together like gears. He offers Wily a chance to reform himself and be a good scientist again. Unfortunately, it'll never happen (in this timeline anyway) as Wily is too stubborn to turn good. He gets away in his saucer after promising his inevitable return then the fortress starts collapsing. Auto arrives after having salvaged the Robot Masters and everyone makes their escape. Mega Man arrives home and later Auto is given his Double Gear System so that he can work on getting all the Robot Masters repaired.

A new fortress boss with a Power Gear.

This stage has everyone's favorite pain in the ass puzzle gimmick, the Yoku Blocks. Yellow Devil also returns and his fight more annoying than ever now that he has a Speed Gear.

Not to be confused with Torch Man from the English broadcast of Mega Man NT Warrior. He was just Fire Man renamed for the purpose of censorship. Anyway, Bounce Man's stage was annoying, but this stage was frustrating though Tundra Man's weapon does help a bit. Torch Man was originally manufactured by Tsubakuro Precision Machining as an outdoor advisor that taught campers about fire safety and practiced martial arts to keep the flames coming out from his body under control, but was reprogrammed by Dr. Wily to fight against Mega Man and use his pyrokinetic abilities for destructive purposes. He is a practitioner of Torch-jutsu, a martial art he developed, being particularly good with jumping kicks.

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I'm just an Aspie gamer who will use anything to beat the game. My preferred genres are first-person shooters, puzzles, and point n clicks.

This channel has four commandments.
Commandment number one: I shalt not play Call of Duty.
Commandment number two: I shalt choose what games I shalt play as well as what I shalt not play.
Commandment number three: I shalt use anything to beat the game whether it be cheats or a sibling's help.
Commandment number four: I shalt not surpass thirty minutes in length.

Who wants to play 20 Questions?
Q: Why put "Watch here for better quality" followed by a YouTube link in the description?
A: Sometimes the transfer from YouTube to BitChute doesn't always work so I have to manually upload the video to BitChute after waiting for a day since it was uploaded to YouTube. In the event it does work after some time longer than a day, I delete the manual upload and putting in the "Watch here" YouTube link helps differentiate which one is the manual upload.

Q: Why don't you like Call of Duty?
A: I have many reasons why I don't like that series. A big reason is that it saturated the market too much and every non Call of Duty game wanted to be just like it to compete.

Q: What's your favorite game or series?
A: I love all the games that I play. I'm not too good at picking one favorite and there's too many to list.

Q: What was your first video game?
A: Sonic 2 on the Genesis.

Q: What's Aspie mean?
A: It's a term people with Asperger's Syndrome use to refer to themselves.

Q: Can I request a game?
A: Maybe. I do have a schedule for games I want to record. Chances are either your request is on there and I'll get to it eventually or the request will probably be denied if I didn't enjoy it or if it doesn't run well on my computer.

Q: You do Let's Plays yet there's no commentary. Why?
A: I'm not a talker. Also, I can't call them Walkthroughs if I'm gonna cheat.

Q: What's your least favorite cheat and why?
A: Noclip. I hate using it. When I'm platforming or avoiding traps, I'd like to make it through on my own. Sometimes bullshit occurs and I'm forced to use noclip. Oh sure, let's just have our protagonist fly back up after falling into the bottomless pit or slip right out after getting crushed. It doesn't feel real, does it?

Q: You call yourself GodModeHeroes yet you seem to handle most games just fine without cheating. Why?
A: It's a reminder that I may use cheats during gameplay, though most games like point n clicks and puzzles don't even need them. FPS games are a different story. I won't use cheats until things get dicey even on the easiest difficulty.

Q: Why play the easiest difficulty?
A: Enemies die quicker which saves me a lot of time. Less time equals less file size.

Q: Why not play the hardest difficulty?
A: The hardest difficulty may have elements considered non canon. Enemies may come back to life and I don't like that. Also, I'm not that good.

Q: Why don't you git gud?
A: Why don't you git gon?

Q: What's your least favorite puzzle?
A: A puzzle that has the same solution, but the beginning is randomized each playthrough and getting the solution requires doing some algebra.

Q: Do you plan on going beyond PC games?
A: If I can get a successful capture device recording with no problems then probably.

Q: If you do go beyond PC games one day, what consoles will we expect?
A: Nintendo 64, GameCube, Xbox, PlayStation 3, Wii, Wii U, Switch, and PlayStation 4.

Q: Can we be friends on Steam?
A: I have my guard up at the moment. I don't accept friend requests from everyone. I'm currently a target for scammers tempting me with free games or accusing me of "illegal" item duplication.

Q: What is your stance on violent video games?
A: I don't believe video game violence is to blame for real world violence. We here at GodModeHeroes do not condone the use of violence outside of a fictional environment.

Q: You mentioned having a brother. Will he be contributing any Let's Plays?
A: He might be playing games for this channel that he can complete that I can't, eventually.

Q: Will there be Co-Op Let's Plays?
A: Definitely at some point.

Q: What will you do once you've covered every game you've wanted to play?
A: I'll most likely retire until something new comes out and there's always a new game I want every month or so.