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Supergreatfriend is a Let's Player who really Needs More Love.

His most notable work may be his very thorough LP of Deadly Premonition. Another notable project of his is his "Demo Friend" feature, wherein he does mini-LPs of a variety of game demos (originally just XBox Live Arcade games, but now branching out a bit), including features on XBLA's indie games market (which tends to be highly subject to Sturgeon's Law).

Other games he's LP'd include:


Tropes included in his myriad videos:

 "Considering everyone here is already dead, what does dying here mean? Do they just cease to exist? If that's the case, is Mike actually doing them a favor by blowing them into little chunks?"

(He kills one of the enemies.)

"No need to thank me, friend."

  • Reused Character Design: Brings this up in The D Trilogy, as well as Spy Fiction.
  • Running Gag:
    • Shouting "Dumpster!" and jumping into one in Deadly Premonition.
    • Changing the Shadow Gun's sound effect (due to finding the original noise incredibly annoying) during Shadow Man.
  • Sarcasm Failure: Some of his dialogue on Shadows of the Damned fails initially, either being interrupted or the characters Lampshading the ludicrousness of the world they inhabit, due to the fact that "the game just LPs itself".
  • Shown Their Work: His research into the subject of his games is pretty well done, bringing up the development history of some of the games.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: During his playthrough of ILLBLEED, when going through the toy aisle of Killer Department Store, he passes a stack of what appears to be sex dolls without batting an eye. In a child's toy aisle.
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