Actor Seth Rogen shared on Twitter a lifhook that could change the lives of many teenagers about 25 years ago
Hot tip that’s 25 years late but I didn’t have Twitter back then: in Duck Hunt on Nintendo, the second player controller controlled the duck.
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) 17 September 2018
It turns out that all this time flying in the level of the bird could be controlled with the help of the second gamepad.
The discovery of Rogen has shocked many users of Twitter
this is insane… i feel sick…
— Ben Schwartz (@rejectedjokes) 17 September 2018
It’s crazy … I feel bad …
I did not come on Twitter to have my mind blown today. I feel like my life is a lie. What's next, if you turn the NES upside down, it shoots money out when you beat Mega Man II?
— Tom Jorgensen (@Tom_Jorgensen) 17 September 2018
I did not go into Twitter to go mad today. It feels like my whole life is a lie. What will happen next? It turns out that if you turn NES, she starts to shoot you with money?