They copied the general theme of Epic Rap Battles of History, so it loses points with me there. Then it splices in footage of random gamers and it doesn’t match up. And they’ve picked some uninteresting units to start. But it’s still Starcraft units rapping, so I’ll let it slide.
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For an incredibly popular game with a crazy twist at the end (well, a “crazy twist, at least. Well… a “crazy” “twist” at least) the internet’s been pretty good at not making huge jokes out of all the Bioshock Infinite spoilers and ruining it for everyone. So, as a thank you for your restraint, here’s a video that is literally nothing but jokes about Bioshock Infinite spoilers. It’s pretty good.
Oh, also, it might have a couple of Bioshock Infinite spoilers. Watch out.
Yes, this is a very complicated board game. However, it is still not as complicated as the World of Warcraft board game. I will never play that again. This one I might play, if I had a week to kill.
This is good animation. Especially for Lego. That’s a lot of details for stop motion. Kudos. And Kudos for making a Lego Alien Queen. Not that easy.
This more a knock on Real Housewives than the quality of the parody above. I feel nothing enticing about watching bitchy housewives being bitchy to each other. You could see that anywhere. Just become a bitchy housewife and find some bitchy friends through a book club or something. However, the Shakespearean version is interested because there is murder and death as possibilities. Lets hope this trailer is real.
I’m overjoyed that this is a thing. It doesn’t look hugely technical (from what I know about ballet) but I don’t think that’s the point. Covering the story of Pokemon Yellow I think, because that has to be Pikachu. Should have given her ears or something. Lets see if this gets a tour. I’d see it.
There’s some good jokes in the beginning, some we have seen before mostly by Robot Chicken. But then they go on and on about a home carbonite chamber that solves all of your problems. It really causes more problems than it solves. But don’t let me stop you from buying your home carbonite chamber, I’m sure you have elusive smugglers you need to keep fresh in molten rock-steel.
Don’t be that guy. It’s kind of hard not to be when you are basically omnipotent and don’t really have any consequences. Scribblenauts is supposed to be kid-friendly, and now I have to think about the sprites lives in the game. Well, Wreck-It Ralph should have done that for me a long time ago, but this one was really specific.
If you’ve ever wanted Max from Sam & Max, Indiana Jones, Guybrush Threepwood, and other famous LucasArts characters teaming up to solve a mystery, than you are in luck because this thing just hit the internet. They are all are in the same place for some reason, and they have to find out why. It’s a fun ending. And everybody’s here. Even the main guy from The Dig, and no one thinks fondly of that guy. What’s his name?
The puppets and zebra-headed thing give it away. Though this thing is freaking adorable, the entire over 25 fan base of Star Wars would shit a brick. Yup, literally shit a brick. Someone’s parents has a lot of money. I’m looking at you, 3 kids who are probably spoiled and live in LA. More delusional than crazy saxophone kid.