Cuphead, the Game From LITERAL Hell!

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  • Published on:  Thursday, October 5, 2017
  • Think Cuphead is a game from the deepest darkest recesses of the Underworld? You don't know the HALF of it! Gaijin Goombah shows just how unholy inspired Cuphead REALLY is!

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  • Robert Stallworth

    Robert Stallworth

     2 months ago

    Two more days it will be my birthday

  • Ichimatsu Matsuno

    Ichimatsu Matsuno

     5 months ago +1

    OHHHHHHHH!!! It really does still exist!! I forgot I used to watch this channel...

  • Jack of some trades

    Jack of some trades

     5 months ago

    Well dont even need to play it now thanks guys.

  • Christina Knapp

    Christina Knapp

     7 months ago

    Watching this almost 2 years late, but one thing I want to point out. Some California high schools don't have students read "Lord of the Flies" as part of their curriculum. In my high school, though, whether we read it or not depended on the teacher. Guess who doesn't know what it's about!

  • Mikeykitty123


     7 months ago

    So the devil is evil because he led people astray, meanwhile God tells people to commit genocide, rape, and slavery.

  • Kirstie Bird

    Kirstie Bird

     7 months ago

    Jeez his voice changed

  • The True Lads!

    The True Lads!

     8 months ago

    Hoho! Speak of the Devil!
    Gaijin : i just did.
    (turns into knuckles ) oh no (Dies)

  • Brandon Soya

    Brandon Soya

     8 months ago +1

    Fun fact all of the bosses in Railroad Wrath are based on Japanese yo kai so maybe you can do a video on it on Yo-kai Watchers PLEASE

  • wanda kanipe

    wanda kanipe

     8 months ago

    And in the Adam and Eve story, the Devil is represented by a serphant, a snake with legs

  • Gregory Michael Edmonds

    Gregory Michael Edmonds

     8 months ago

    The devil originally was a seraphine the root of this word is similar to the Hebrew word for serpent Nāḥāš many scholars including my personal favorite Doctor Michael Heiser describes the seraphine as a serpent with six wings or a cobra with two which how to connect the devil's Angel form to the serpent in the garden in the Book of Genesis and the dragon in the Book of Revelation so gaijin goomba if you are going to do some videos on angels I will highly recommend the work of dr. Michael Heiser he's one of my personal favorite Bible scholars he's alsothe resident scholar for Logos Bible software

  • Yoshikage Kira

    Yoshikage Kira

     8 months ago

    Oh my god...
    It is ISLAM!
    Not IZLAM!
    It does NOT make a 'z' sound!
    Good day.

  • Enforcer Ridley

    Enforcer Ridley

     9 months ago

    4:56 "Thus the original name of Baal Zebub…"
    Baal Zebub is just what the Israelites called him (as you correctly deduced as a poop joke). His actual name was Baal Zebul, which means "Lord of Heavenly Dwellings".

  • Leaf the Pope

    Leaf the Pope

     9 months ago +1

    I mean no disrespect but technically the devil is a spirit and chooses his physical form so it’s just umm take it with a grain of salt the images you see. Good research though 👍🏻

  • mallow the hacker

    mallow the hacker

     11 months ago

    F the people that says the baphomet was mohammad

  • Androo 64

    Androo 64

     11 months ago

    So if the devil is skinny, furry, big eyed clawed soul dealer, then why is he predicted to be stuck in hell with three heads as his bottom part of his body stuck in solid sealed ice? While eating Judas with pleasure for betraying Jesus, while now he is stuck in hell inside with the devil being tortured by him? How can he?

  • Amy Haddox

    Amy Haddox

     a years ago

    Omg i am shook

  • Abdul Raheem

    Abdul Raheem

     a years ago

    In the serpentine form, there was an Islamic reference you also missed (which I know because I am a Muslim), though I think it was pure coincidence, because of the similarities between Christianity and Islam, which in and of itself is a long talk mentioned in the Qur'an.
    The thing is that in our version of Adam and Eve, the last djinn (who was adopted by the angel Jibrael\Gabriel after the war between angels and djinns\demons) in nothing but extreme prejudice, came back to heaven after being thrown out of it to have both of them eat the sacred fruit, befriended a snake and used his powers to fit in its mouth to gain access to Heaven.

  • Manuel 4chand

    Manuel 4chand

     a years ago

    B i g C h u n g u s

  • MultiMumi


     a years ago


  • ZAMNPlayerD


     a years ago


    Codex Gigas?!

    Is that where Giygas earned his name?