Fan films come and go, but making a feature-length Minecraft movie? That's taking fandom to a whole new level.
A surprising twist… or twenty. Screw it, this Freddie Wong sketch with Key & Peele has ALL of the surprising twists. It's a few days old but we just spotted it and couldn't stop laughing.
The Last Son of Krypton mostly pummels evildoers in the face. Yes, there's the good ol' freeze breath and heat vision attacks but those tend to feel a bit impersonal. And Superman always pulls his punches with normal human bad guys. But, what if someone pissed him off so much that he didn't hold back? Well,…
Except for, you know, when he slices people in half. That part may be different. Maybe. I dunno you that well.
YouTube superstar Freddie Wong has a knack for making fun, special-affected videos based on games, tropes in games, and whatever else about games.
This joke has been made before. Many, many times before. But I can't resist when it involved Freddie W and the most gleeful looking Link I have ever seen. So gleeful that it looks downright evil.
Some guys will go to great lengths to secure good leaked video game information. Up to and including shooting guards with automatic weaponry.
The first episode of Freddie W's new Internet series, Video Game High School, is out.
Episode 1 introduces us to the concept of the prestigious academy that is Video Game High School. I wish I lived in a world where video game skills were as highly regarded as they are in this show.
Then again, we'd also have to…
Although Freddie is missing the mark of more current complaints in gaming (Mass Effect 3, anyone?), he's definitely touching on a fairly widely accepted one: Motion control gaming sucks (for the most part).
After teaming up with EA to produce a Battlefield 3 commercial, Internet sensation Freddie Wong—best known for geeky, homemade film shorts that riff on Splinter Cell, Halo and Portal—stayed on set to create the video seen above. This one imagines what asynchronous co-op play might look like for that game's…
Filmmaker extraordinaire Freddie Wong's managed to capture a devoted following on YouTube, thanks to the hilarious, high-quality video game-centric shorts he's been behind. FreddieW's done spoofs of franchises like Splinter Cell, Katamari Damacy and Medal of Honor, among others. Now he and his production crew have…
Look, if you want to invert flight controls on your own game, fine. You're a freak, but it's your game, so whatever. Just know that you should never, ever do it when other people are around.
The long-awaited Half-Life 2: Episode 3 wasn't really at E3, but YouTube master of digital manipulation FreddieW shows us what could have been... though, surely at least eight people would have lined up for the game.