Oh, what a lovely day.
What could possibly be better than Taylor Swift's hit 2014 song "Shake It Off?" Setting the lyrics to music from Mario Kart, obviously.
Sure, Dota heroes might have fancier abilities than Counter-Strike characters. But Counter-Strike characters do not mess around when it comes to defusing bombs.
Rap nerds and video game nerds have a lot in common. So whenever the two overlap thanks to the magic of the internet, things get pretty weird pretty quickly.
Are you craving a bacon-pregnant burger from Wendy's, or one of Taco Bell's countless variations of the same couple of ingredients? Why not have both?
Take Batman out of Frank Miller's classic story about an older Batman coming out of retirement. Replace him with Donkey Kong. And you get something that hopefully exists in some more blessed alternate universe: The Donkey Knight Returns.
One Minute Mash-Up: check out this wonderful medley of classic video game songs by Chad Neidt—he mashes up over twelve different songs/games flawlessly.
There's no reason that McMaNGOS should have mashed up the theme from Angry Birds and the Beastie Boys' 'Intergalactic'. Except that it works surprisingly well.
Spoilers: it would basically be the best thing, judging from these mash-ups by renegade21. I mean, Toy Story x Mass Effect, for example...it feels so right, no?
Ah, young love. Check out this adorable mash-up by Nerdist of the ridiculously catchy 'Royals' by Lorde and Zelda—not only is the result charming, but it's also chock full of references to the Nintendo franchise.
Darth Khal, huh? I don't know about you, but that's a pretty badass name, I think.
Everyone loves Star Wars. If you don't love Star Wars, you're wrong.
Some people love Star Wars so much, they want more things to be Star Wars. Forevergeek.com has taken 50 Star Wars Mashups from all over the internet and thoughtfully put them all in one place. Here are the video game tie-ins from their site (and a…
HaloCraft II: Arrays of Liberty is not a real video game. But the fantasy mash-up of Halo and StarCraft II does have a trailer.
Eric Ruth's 8-Bit version of Activision's DJ Hero is now available to download and play, complete with six chiptune mashups that put DJ Hero 2's soundtrack to shame. Who's up for some Dead or Alive Vs. Siouxsie and the Banshees?
What do you get when you cross Capcom's 8-bit hero Mega Man with the deadliest fighters this side of Outworld? You get the most adorable collection of cold-blooded killers ever.
Every year at the Penny Arcade Expo, attendees get to share their design concepts at the "Pitch Your Game Idea" panel.
From the late DJ AM to Grandmaster Flash, from 2Pac to Wild Cherry, the full track set list for upcoming rhythm game DJ Hero is packed with unique mash-ups from the world's best DJs.
How has it taken this long for someone to finally send us a video of Left 4 Dead's survivors playing a surprisingly appropriate L7 cover in Rock Band 2? It makes no sense.
The level loses some of its visual appeal after about the first chorus — there's not a lot going on other than the camera changes. But, hey, novel concept. And even though we're dealing with a copyrighted song and another game, that all takes place on the video, not in the level, so suck on that, moderators!