One is in the past and one is in the future. These people should never meet. But it is fun to see your favorite revolver toting characters go at it. It doesn’t end like you think it would. But then it makes sense. Ocelot cheated.
Tag Archive for Fan Film
I’ll let you decide if the hype was worth it. It usually isn’t, but you can’t not have hype when you are dealing with BioShock. Only gripe is that these guys look too young to be running an underground city. Grow up!
Here’s a fun little animation to get your weekend started. Even though Akuma is pretty much an evil demon incarnate, but you can’t help rooting for him against a giant hand snake. Enjoy!
It’s a little silly to make a trailer for a short film less than a week before you release it. And when you are releasing it for free. But its BioShock, so EVERYBODY is going to forgive you. The Brothers Rapture appears to be a prequel that takes place entirely in a single workshop, but it’s still pretty. May 13th you get to see the whole thing. Just wait until then.
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like Calvin and Hobbes. I never dedicatedly read it, but I like what I’ve seen. So here’s a Gritty Reboot. I’m sure if it was made into a movie it would something like this.
Watching this third person version of Dishonored, I fully understand that you play as an unstoppable killing machine. He could kill everyone and no one would realize it. I am a little scared now. Is he behind me? Is that a horde of rats coming at me? Run! Save yourself!
People can be so bored. Bored enough to make their cat into one of the X-men. This time it’s Cyclops. What if next time it’s Storm? Or Nightcrawler? That’s all I can think of that would be conducive to cats.
Games that have dialogue trees or options have a long history. Some go better than others. Some are outrageously specific or bizarrely comical and still need a walkthrough to get by properly. In real life, it’s not the best way to go. See above. Should just stop talking.
First it’s: “Aww, how cute. A baby with a lightsaber.”
Then it becomes: “Look out! It’s a baby with a lightsaber!”
It’s a fine line between adorable and dangerous.