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8bitwalugi said: With regards to the previous question, there's this Pastebin that I used to watch each episode chronologically. pastebin[.]com/S9Z26LLQ

This is a much better list. Thank you very much!

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pod7 said: Do you know of a site somewhere that has a listing of episodes and specials in chronological order? So far I've been watching the show and they'll casually mention a trip they went on or there will be footage in a montage that I'm not familiar with so I have to figure out what special they are from and it's getting tiresome for sure

There’s a Japanese Wikipedia page that lists every episode (by each season, including the Nintendo Channel ones), specials and other specials with the air dates. There’s also a English Wikipedia page, but it’s not as complete as the Japanese page is. (The English page does mention each segment and DVD exclusive episode though)

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space-coyote:

Game Center CX art concept sketches (left) and final images (right).

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mitsumaple:

Episode 186 - Family Jockey (Part 2)

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mrol93:

GCCX #42

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zeether:

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prozd:

don’t ruin this for me, kibe

via tvcm.
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The unstoppable Game (Old) Boy, Shinya Arino

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Photo 5 Aug 26 notes mitsumaple:

This is a postcard that came with the GCCX Budokan DVD (First Press Bonus)
I just found out that part of the First Press Bonus for the movie DVD will include “famous saying” stickers that are supposed to go with this postcard.
I’m disappointed that I won’t be able to get those.. :(

mitsumaple:

This is a postcard that came with the GCCX Budokan DVD (First Press Bonus)

I just found out that part of the First Press Bonus for the movie DVD will include “famous saying” stickers that are supposed to go with this postcard.

I’m disappointed that I won’t be able to get those.. :(


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