The Uncharted trilogy, lauded for being one of the most cinematic franchises in the history of gaming, has just been made even more cinematic by some clever and inspired editing. Redditor and YouTube user morphinapg has taken the cutscenes from each game and blended them with key action sequences to deliver their stories in movie form. It’s a great idea, and really fun to watch.
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Yes, it’s almost a year old, but seeing as we just put a Final Fantasy VII post up, it seems fitting. Here’s an outstanding Sephiroth vs. Cloud stop motion animation.
They’re so into it that they don’t even care about a little spittle. Brace yourself for an awkwardly awesome nostalgia kick.
Bronies and Skyrim lovers alike, here here, enjoy this video of Pinkie Pie straight fucking shit up in the wilds of Skyrim. Adorably twisted and cutely sickening, this is perhaps the greatest juxtaposition in the history of juxtaposing. These Skyrim mods never grow old, I tells ya.
Gaaaah! Originally slated for Q1 of 2012, then pushed back to Winter 2012, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch‘s stateside release has now been officially delayed until early 2013. For folks who’ve been chomping at the bit to experience Studio Ghibli and Level 5′s highly-anticipated RPG, this news comes as a real punch to the daddy parts. Or mommy parts. Whatever your gender, it hurts.
Here is the most recent trailer for Ni No Kuni, which offers a first glimpse of the game’s English localization, a bittersweet taste of a game now a full year out.
I don’t believe I’ve seen any video poke fun at Skyrim’s quirky mechanics as well as this one does. Bravo, gentlemen responsible for making this brilliant slice of badassery, bravo.
Good to see the SoulCalibur V character creation tools being used for something so noble, so equestrian. Actually, I’m going to take that statement back and just say that there’s no good reason for this. Watch at your own peril. If startlingly real horse penis action bothers you, then maybe this isn’t for you.
Clearly a labor of love, this collaborative fan-made trailer for the fictional Kinect edition of Assassin’s Creed does a smashing job of being both convincing and funny, parodying the marketing style of practically every Kinect commercial ever.