"Hello, Internet. Welcome to GAME THEORY, where, instead of putting a joke here, I want to ask you a question: if your personality were represented by a font, what font would you be? Take a moment and put your thought in the comments. I'm really curious to see what everyone has to say. Maybe find a couple new, cool fonts to use. Gettin' bored with old Calibri 11. And with that out of the way, it's time to talk Undertale."
|"Sans's SECRET Identity!"|
|Release date||February 19, 2016|
|Link||Sans's SECRET Identity!|
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Sans's SECRET Identity! (subtitled the TRUTH about SANS?) is the 132nd episode of Game Theory and its 1st episode on Undertale and 2nd episode on EarthBound, hosted by Matthew Patrick on The Game Theorists. It was released on February 19, 2016.
UNDERTALE. You've asked for it. Literally, non-stop since the game was released. And at first, even I was a skeptic, but now I'm an Undertale believer, ESPECIALLY since I've uncovered the deep rooted connections between this game and one of my favorite games of all time: Earthbound. The secrets connecting Undertale to Earthbound run DEEP, so get ready to see Undertale (AND some of your favorite characters from Earthbound) as you've never seen them before.
- MatPat announced another theory on Undertale lore, as well as an episode of Deadlock about it. However, to date, only one meta-theory on Undertale has been released, and no such episode of Deadlock exists.
- In Who is W.D. Gaster?, MatPat explained that this was one of his favorite episode of Game Theory to date and was excited to release it because it allowed him to talk about two of his favorite games. He also cleared up that he did not think that Sans was, canon-wise, actually Ness. However, the overwhelmingly negative reception the episode got was crushing to him, but described it as nothing compared to the backlash the next episode recieved.
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