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2019 Was The Biggest Year Of My Life is the five hundred and fifty-first video to be uploaded by SMG4.
This is also the last video of 2019. It was aired on December 31, 2019.
WE'RE TAKING A SMALL BREAK. VIDEOS WILL RESUME ON SATURDAY 18th JAN 2020!
So many things happened this year to the channel! Let's take a look along with some behind the scenes stuff I've never talked about before in regards to the anime arc! Happy New Years Everyone :)
The video starts off with Luke doing a commentary on how 2019 was his biggest year of his life.
He asked his fans if they ever edited a video at the back of a moving van, he had to do that while making SMG4: Mario's Big Chungus Hunt during his 2019 tour.
He also talks about how his 2019 tour went, experiencing North America, seeing Mario at Nintendo New York, celebrating new years, etc.
Luke talks about the concept of The Anime Arc on how originally was going to be, Kevin likes to watch crime related shows. Fishy Boopkins was going to be the main character where anime is banned and plans to smuggle anime, they even made a logo called "Boop Co.", which was seen in SMG4: Mario's Illegal Operation. Then he talks about Axol, Axol was originally going to be the main antagonist of the arc, but due to Luke and Kevin having a hard time to decide and also trying to figure out his motive, they choose him to be a good guy and made Francis the antagonist instead.
He was also afraid on how the reception would go on Desti's death, but fans seem to be so moved and saddened, he even admit that making the death scene was heart wrenching, to where he had no choice to make it.
Luke then talks about Meta Runner, his and Kevin's big project began in late 2017, telling on how a challenge it was by having to stay up late getting stuff done, but then manage to make it to the end.