Everyone of all ages loves Pixar.
What gives? It seems that Pixar and Disney have realized there’s easy money to be made by simply remaking classic stories with personified vehicles.
Back in the 90′s, nearly every popular cartoon show and movie were adapted into an 8-bit or 16-bit video game.
Sadly, Pixar’s Finding Nemo came out after the rein of the now classic 90′s video game system.
Their adaptation has all the familiar bleeps-bloops, gameplay, and graphics one expects from a 90′s video game.
Who didn’t fall instantly fall in love with the adorable robot Wall-E when watching the popular Pixar film? The nerds at Tested sure did. So in honor of YouTube Geek Week the crew assembled a fully working remote control Walle-E robot, and explained all the ins and outs of the replica in this video.
Like everything else online, the outrage over the mass NSA spying of Americans that was recently leaked has passed to make room for the next day’s headlines.
Instead of ‘PIXAR’ being stomped on by a desk lamp though, a cartoon security camera stomps on the U of ‘USA’ to instead create ‘NSA.’
Now, the new animation short has amassed over 1.3 million views since debuting over the weekend.