Everyone in life has their calling, as evidenced by this fella’s silky smooth “young” Ocelot performance.
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If this don’t make your booty move, your booty must be dead! The official trailer for Disney’s Wreck-It-Ralph spins an endearing tale of an arcade game villain who abandons his own game in search of more heroic pastures. Featuring cameo appearances from Zangief, M. Bison, Dr. Robotnik, and other recognizable game characters from yesteryear, Wreck-It-Ralph just looks too good to fail. Color me pumped!
Just a quick update, as I may be the only person looking forward to the Mickey Mouse and
Ephraim the Retarded Rabbit Oswald the Lucky Rabbit team-up. I enjoyed Epic Mickey on Wii, but there was no denying the shoddy camera ruined an otherwise great experience.
This video provides a look at the game in motion with Warren Spector.
It’s great to see
Bosko and Honey Oswald and Ortensia together again.
I may spend a little too much time on Cartoon Brew.
This is perhaps the final just-for-fun video that we’ll see from Blizzard before Diablo III launches next Tuesday, 5/15. It features cartoon-style animations, and centers around fights between the angels of the High Heavens and the twisted denizens of the Burning Hells. As you would expect from Blizzard, it’s pretty well done:
Just picked up Cut the Rope: Experiments and this video popped on while I was playing. I know it’s not new, but my son loves it immensely and has been watching it on infinite repeat; you may enjoy it too.
I’m verklempt! Enjoy this beautiful tribute to a simpler time in gaming, when your objective was to simply move onward, no matter how tough the going ever got.
Sony brings their first party best in the upcoming Smash Bros. style multiplayer beat ‘em up (c’mon, say it with me) PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. You and your friends can duke it out with characters like PaRappa the Rapper, Kratos, Sweet Tooth, and even Fat Princess in arenas from popular Sony games like LittleBigPlanet and God of War.
Expect more roster reveals as we get closer to the holiday season.
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.