It’s a fairly realistic recreation of a fairly realistic war game… except for the dubstep in the background.
Turns out that Halo’s Master Chief isn’t such a badass after all, in fact, the guy’s actually kind of a dick.
Mark my words, the the future of gaming won’t take place in your living room, but in the real world. Unfortunately that annoying dog is still going to be around.
What’s the baseline difference between fantasy and reality? The camera work it would seem.
Paired with the music of Gary Jules and Muse, fighting the locust horde enemy army has never been quite so beautiful. It’s a bloody good time for all.
I know a lot of you have already seen this classic, but Mario’s decent to rock bottom is a good reminder to us all: sometimes magic mushrooms and stars are better left alone.
So what do you do when a Minecraft creeper threatens to screw you out of your diamond gear? Pull out the heavy artillery and waste some creepers of course.
You may not be taking on Middle Eastern terrorists, but that’s not to say that space invaders and Pac-Man ghosts are to be taken lightly. Power up!
The original Super Mario Bros. was a blast on NES, but the real life version looks just so much more intense. Especially, when you have the option of taking out goombas with a handgun.
And once again, we’re reminded the trade off that real life offers. Sure you can’t use cute, little creates to fight on your behalf, but at least you can walk around stuff.
And thank goodness for that. Kill streaks is definitely one of those things that would never, EVER work for real (nor should it).