Dec 042012

They say your life flashes before your eyes right before you die, but does that also apply to the bad guys in video games thinks so.

They made this animated short of what the life of a Goomba mushroom from Nintendo‘s Super Mario Bros. world would look like, and now the parody is going viral. 


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Dec 012012

 originally went viralviral just a year ago with their Super Mario Beads 2 video, which currently stands with over 2.2 million views

Finally, they have returned with the third installment in the Nintendo-themed series that is quickly starting to trend. Already, the new video is has over 90,000 views, and is featured on TheDailyWhatCBSNews, DailyDot, and Stuff


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Nov 302012

 and Reverse Enginears have again collaborated to produce a nerd-tastic video game themed music video remix. For this episode of their A Brief History of Video Games series, they take on world famous Japanese gaming company Nintendo, in Nintendope.


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Nov 282012

It seems for decades now, Hollywood has unsuccessfully been trying to capitalize on the success of the video game industry ever since the travesty of the Super Mario Bros. movie in the 90’s.

It seems Disney may be onto something with their upcoming Wreck-It Ralph animated movie, but other studios still don’t get it. 

Big Air Studios just debuted the trailer for their new video game-themed movie, titled Noobz, about three friends competing to win a video game competition. The movie screams cliche, and is already being smeared online.

YouTuber Youknowhimasmatt simply put it as, “its Jay and Silent audience…”

Paleposter said, “I don’t think they even tried at all.”



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Nov 212012

The Legend Of Zelda is no doubt one of the most famous and popular video game series in the world of gaming. It’s been a fan favorite since the 80’s, and, like a fine wine, has only aged with grace. 

The video special effects masters at  wanted to bring the fantasy focused game into the digital age, and made this one-of-a-kind Legend Of Zelda story that traverses through computer screens. 

The two day old video already has over 125,000 views, and is further featured on DailyDot, TheAwesomer, and ZeldaDungeon


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