Internet sensations. Gamers. Co-hosts of tonight's D.I.C.E. video game awards. And now... Felicia Day and Freddie Wong are also Kotaku interviewers. One time only! They interviewed each other for Kotaku today. About games. About life. And just a bit about taking baths and what to do with nasty Internet comments.
Freddie Wong is one of our generation's finest war satirists, showing the idiocy of human conflict if everyone fought the way they did in video games. So when mobile gamepad maker MOGA wanted to commission a film showing how shit-tacular touch-screen controls are, there was really only one guy to go to.
Because it's often so silly, here's a surprisingly touching ode to Garry's Mod, maybe the best thing there is about PC gaming.
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.
Well, this brings new meaning to the word "comeback". In this terrific clip from Freddie Wong and team, retro games invade the modern world, and it's up to today's stars to try and stop them.
Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel might be the most unnecessary sequel of this console generation. Who asked for this? Did you? You? What about you? It sure as hell wasn't me.
Freddie Wong is a god among men. Men who make awesome videos on the internet, that is.
New movie Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is about as self-explanatory as it comes. As is this clip, 8-Bitham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, which imagines the flick as a retro side-scroller.
Internet superstar Freddie Wong's Rocket Jump studios has made the jump from short comedy clips into full-blown syndicated drama, with the debut episode of Video Game High School.
It's Freddie Wong. And OK, he's cheating by making a movie out of it, but if he wants to go to all the trouble, he gets to reap all the kudos.
Every day millions of innocent people are ripped violently from their vehicles, left sprawled out on the street as a gruff anti-hero with a twisted sense of right and wrong makes off with their ride. No more, says internet movie maker Freddie Wong.
Courtesy of Freddie Wong, the US President is reminded of why actual Special Forces troops are selected for their training and fitness, not their K:D ratio.
Internet magician Freddie Wong shows why the fire flowers of the Mushroom Kingdom are not the fire flowers of Planet Earth. We simply cannot handle that kind of power in three dimensions. Or with our highly flammable clothing.
Battlefield 3 has finally figured out that the key to making a successful television ad is not to pick a theme song whose essential lyrics must be bleeped, and just put it all in the hands of filmmaker Freddie Wong.
Bungie and Microsoft may have led you to believe that Halo's Master Chief is a paragon of virtue, but that's a lie told only on storyboards and over-wrought cinematic cutscenes. A man can only be judged by his actions, and in most people's experience, Master Chief is a dick.
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 men responsible for YouTube's most enjoyable video game moments (Real Life Mario Kart, Aimbot, First Person Mario, The Rocket Jump, etc.) are working on their most ambitious project yet. It's called Video Game High School and you might help it get made.
Readers, please don't try this at home. Let seasoned professionals like YouTube superstar Freddie Wong and crew illustrate the proper way to commute to ones workplace in a bizarre, video game-inspired reality.