I need Dan and Phil to play a war game or a fighting game.
No more of this gross romance cutesy story shit (though it is very domestic and entertaining)
I wanna see them blow each other’s heads off. Or team up and destroy aliens or zombies or online fighters or SOMETHING! Please.
But what happens if you play not 50 but, say, 250 fights? Playground rumors abounded: You unlock another character called Hornbuckle, or Goro’s dad, or you get to touch a boob in real life. Whatever it was, it was clearly worth a shot, so many a ‘90s teen stayed up all night trying to discover the truth.
If you play 250 fights in a row (you don’t have to win them), you’ll see a special message about fighting a challenge from your past. And then you start playing Pong.
Yes, you can play the beloved 1972 ping pong simulator and friendship ruiner in Mortal Kombat II, for some reason. Disappointingly, the loser’s paddle doesn’t explode in a sea of blood, nor is the ball the disembodied head of one of the characters. It’s just a regular game of Pong – and we do mean “a” regular one, singular, because once someone scores seven points and wins, it’s back to the fighting again. Feel like a rematch? Hope you have time for 250 more fights. Also, fun fact: Mortal Kombat II is two years older now than Pong was back then.