Borrowing lines liberally from Brett Easton Ellison's novel of 80's yuppie narcissism run amok, the slickly-produced (and very funny) video shows how (among other things) Raiden keeps his metal exterior so shiny.
The video was published via the FreddieW Youtube channel and created by Brandon Laatsch (director of the web series "Video Game High School"). Actor Eric Linden plays Raiden, and maybe the funniest detail in the whole thing is that they had to find a t-shirt and slacks to fit over Raiden's chassis.
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Laatcsch, posting via the FreddieW YouTube channel, says in the video's description that "Endgame" took him 50 days to complete.
Set in World 8 of "Super Mario Bros. 3," "Endgame" let's you see just what that final encounter with Bowser is like before (spoilers) Mario rescues the Princess.
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Stars: Josh Blaylock, Jimmy Wong, Johanna Braddy, Ellary Porterfield, Zachary Levi, Brian Firenzi, Harley Morenstein, Justine Ezarik, Freddie Wong | Written by Matthew Arnold, Will Campos, Brian Firenzi | Directed by Matthew Arnold, Brandon Laatsch, Freddie Wong
Another successfully funded Kickstarter project, this time from YouTube “star” Freddie Wong who co-created, co-wrote and stars – which was originally conceived as a web series, Video Game High School comes to iTunes and Netflix as a feature-length film set in the near future where video gaming is the world’s most popular competitive sport and players command as much respect, popularity and fame as sports and movie stars do today. A near future where traditional news programming is interrupted by frag alerts and gamerscore updates and where tandem hover-bikes and floating footballs are the norm. The film tells the story of BrianD (Blaylock), a high school student who, on live television,
The effects-laden short film Old School vs. New School throws live-action characters like Lara Croft and Master Chief into a battle with animated characters from the arcade games of our past. Rocket Jump worked with cosplayers from all of walks of life and apparently had some help from Internet Explorer to make it all happen. In our opinion the end result turned out great and we think you'll enjoy the video as much as we did. Check it out below to see who wins the battle!
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