“Magesplaining 100 games!”



1. to make an idea, situation, or problem unlikely to be clear to someone by describing it in snide, jocular, or underhanded remarks, relevant facts or ideas presented non-literally.

“they magesplained that one game with feigned disdain; sort of like this definition”



Hola, NPCs! Here’s something a little different.

To celebrate reaching 100 subscribers on YouTube (and thank you very much for you support), we three founding members decided to put together this special video game about video games. It’s a video and in it you can play a game with us. It’s Magesplaining 100 Games, guess along and keep score! See if you can guess the name of a game based on naught but a short sentence!

Note, the Black Humor Mage won with 41 points so he’s the one to beat.


In your service,
-The Well-Red Mage


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4 thoughts on ““Magesplaining 100 games!”

  1. 01. Metal Gear Solid
    02. Batman: Arkham Asylum
    03. Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle
    04. Chrono Trigger
    12. Little Big Planet
    13. Tetris
    20. Injustice: Gods Among Us
    19. Final Fantasy VII
    27. Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
    30. Chrono Cross38. ABZU
    44. Pokemon
    56. Pokemon Go
    58. Shadow of the Colossus
    63. Minecraft
    69. Plants vs Zombies
    79. Kingdom Hearts
    80. Wii Sports
    83. The Last of Us
    87. Frogger

    My total: 19/89. So you can see just how much I actually know about games. I’d have scored 2 more if I could’ve remembered the title of “Grim Fandango” and didn’t think “World of Warcraft” was “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim”.

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  2. Wow, some of those are brutal! I got a couple of the first few, but will need to listen to it later when I can devote more attention (deciphering mage-splained games while scripting is a fruitless effort)!

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