Honestly, it never gets old…
This is a super long version where all the heroes battle to find the one true hero, and then all the villains battle to find the one true villain. It’s full of in jokes and fun, but it doesn’t quite have the charm of The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny.
Honestly, I applaud the effort that went into this Adobe Illustrator version of so many pop culture icons, but it’s just too long. Way too long for something like this. Yes it’s comical that I’m complaining about something being too long in an age of 30s gifs and simple image macros and memes. But something about 10 minutes of one liners and juxtaposition seems like too much. A single 3 minute song conveyed the same information better.
While looking through videos to fall asleep to last night I came across this inconspicuous video on Frozen Pizza. At first it seems innocent enough, but you soon pick up on some weirdness. Eventually it goes full on satire. Hilarious satire.
We spent the better part of an hour watching one after another. It gets really good when you get to an episode where you’ve actually seen the official “How it’s Made” version.
There’s tons of them, and they’re short segments, you should watch a bunch!
Why not? I’m no stranger to doing stupid things in my youth, maybe it’s time and wisdom of age. I’m not sure why someone would want to do this, but hey, everyone has to start their “scientist life” somewhere.
Having made stop motion before I understand the effort that went into making this production. I have to say though, this is some pretty amazing production skills. It also shows that there’s always a use to having more LEGO bricks.
Last month we saw the first trailer for Halo Infinite and it looked, underwhelming. A few weeks ago we heard that Halo Infinite is being pushed back to 2021 and I think that’s for the better.
Last week, twitter user @Hoolopee recreated the trailer in the style of Super Mario 64. Now, I don’t want to say that it’s better, but the retorness of it makes it enjoyable. Would I play this, probably as a novelty for a day or two, but I don’t think I would go as crazy all out for achievements as I currently do with Halo as it exists now.
It’s still pretty ace looking if I were to say so myself. But it also shows just how far technology has progressed since the mid 1990s.
But here’s a cut of a bunch of different scenes from famous TV shows and movies where someone tells someone else what decade it is and to get with the times.
It’s interesting to see how many references you can get, and then how many you actually remember watching. Either live when it happened, or in re-runs/re-watches. There’s quite a few, including the 2nd worst Die Hard.
It’s been a long time coming, but we finially have some concrete video for Halo: Infinite – AKA, Halo 6. It looks…good:
I gotta say, the gameplay itself looks like a cross between Halo 5 and something else. What that something else is, I’m not sure. It looks fast paced and very much like H5. I was never a fan of sprint, or clamber and they’re both there, but that’s not the end of the world. The grappling hook is neat, I hope it doesn’t turn into something stupid though.
All in all, I’m excited for it. I will buy it of course, but will I play it again, or will I 100% it and then uninstall it to go back to the good ol’days? That remains to be seen.
Here’s the official trailer:
I have never seen this fan-cut before, but it is 100% worth the watch. It’s amazing how much emotion went into some scenes with 0 backstory, but then again, that’s acting for you.
While the above is apparently a painting, it’s still amazingly ace. I like to take 360 photos and videos, and they are basically limited to the realm of the internetz and computer. Thanks to the amazing people on that reddit thread, I am able to shell out hundreds of dollars for one of my own actual photos on a sphere though. I could use Scandy Sphere and spend $500 on one, or Snapsphere which is at least $150, but I can’t seem to find pricing on a custom one. Lastly there’s the DIY route with this video you can follow. What is very clearly missing however is the ability to print out your sphere on paper like that. The linked site is all in Japanese, I have no idea if you can order something or not. Oh well, it seems like I’ll be regulated to viewing them all on my computer for the time being.