Pope Francis heard the song Undertale, Megalovania

We’re only six days away from 2022 and it’s going to be the start of an absolutely exciting year. Thanks to a dazzling circus troupe, we can now be absolutely certain that Pope Francis himself heard “Megalovania,” the iconic song from Toby Fox’s hit game, Undertale.

It was during an audience with the pope on Wednesday, a regular event where the pope would greet members of the public and bless them. This time there happened to be a circus show to entertain and their band performed the song. The clip went viral after Twitter user Ultima posted an event log, which you can view below.

Video is legal. You can also watch the show on an official Vatican news site. The performance was very much like a farce. One person wearing a leotard decorated with flames spins a cylinder on their feet and the others juggle and toss balls. (At one particularly hilarious spot, you can see a juggler dropping a ball.) After the song ended, the pope thanked the performers and said that beauty guides us to God. .

Undertale There are multiple endings depending on how many monsters you kill as you play. Ironically, “Megalovania” is the theme played in a boss battle with the skeleton Sans, after the player takes the so-called Genocidal Route after killing too many characters.

Why choose to do “Megalovania”? While we don’t know why this particular group chose it, the chiptune-esque “Megalovania” is one of the most popular hits from Underground rate. With over 105 million streams on Spotify alone, the song is not only popular, but also a meme and has been remixed and remixed. reused in countless contexts Online.

This isn’t even the first time the pope has been exposed to Undertale. In 2016, gaming personality and YouTuber MatPat came up with a copy of Undertale arrive Pope as a gift. Maybe it’s time for the Holy Father to make a suggestion and embark on the pacifist race!

https://www.polygon.com/22870441/pope-undertale-toby-fox-megalovania Pope Francis heard the song Undertale, Megalovania

Aila Slisco

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