Hey RT,

This week's Rooster Teeth Community question was inspired by the one and only @Supafitz

Today I conquered The Water Temple in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Yes, yes, I know, I do deserve a round of applause, but more importantly, I was reminded of my first play-through of the infamous dungeon. Every sound in LoZ brings back a memory from my childhood, as do many other game remakes, like Halo Anniversary or Sonic Generations. So this week, I thought we could each share some of our favorite gaming memories.

What is ONE level that you played over and over again as a child because you loved it so much?

Please be sure to post the NAME OF THE VIDEO GAME in bold at the top of your comment to avoid spoiling anything for readers (or you can use the spoiler font if you want, doesn't matter). Lets see if any of us share the same fond memories, and be ready for next week when we'll talk about the video game moments we despised!


My answer:

Level: Enter the Vertex

Chainsaws, machine guns, and teddy bears. Conker's Bad Fur Day was the SHIT back in the day (seriously, there's an entire song about shit that's featured in the game). Yep, Conker's BFD is probably one of my favorite games of all time (and is filled with the classiest of high-brow humor), and the last level of the game featured an elaborate parody of The Matrix that was JUST. SO. AWESOME. My little brother and I played it to the point of memorization and it was STILL fun. Sure, Microsoft rereleased the game for the Xbox, but it just wasn't the same. No sir, my hat goes of to the furry, red squirrel from 2001. Here's to you and your chocolate bars, buddy!