USstreamer Archive: Robin Williams' SNES Appearances

USstreamer Archive: Robin Williams' SNES Appearances

Bob takes on three of the famous comedian's 16-bit games (Hook, Toys, and Aladdin) in loving tribute to his '90s legacy.

It's been a rough week for anyone who enjoys laughter, so why not try to ease the pain with some classic games, most of them good?

On today's installment of USstreamer, tune into our page (or simply peer into the embedded window below) at 2pm PST/5pm EST for a solid hour of three of Robin Williams' most memorable 16-bit appearances: Hook, Toys, and Aladdin. I'll be taking questions and responding to your comments throughout the stream, so join in as we remember this very funny man by playing through some Super Nintendo classics. (Okay, so maybe Toys isn't a "classic." But it's still old!)

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