Mega64 is back with a new video, messing around with Metal Gear Solid V features, trying to rocket punch everyone on the street with Snake’s Bionic Arm.
Shadow of Mordor is already a pretty funny video game. Still, I'm glad that hasn't stopped Mega64 from taking it into the real world and trying for a few more laughs.
Speedrunning a video game can be a funny, beautiful gasp-inducing feat, sometimes done for the benefit of others. But blazing through all the important stuff that you're 'supposed' to do in life in as little time as possible? Kinda gross, in more ways than one.
Struggling to find a host or two for your next advertisement-driven video game awards show? Maybe give Mega 64 a call.
There's the Traveler, and you're supposed to be fighting the Darkness, and also there's something named Rasputin that speaks Russian and, uh, look, let's just shoot things okay?
Sick of boring ol' 2D animation, Dragon Ball Z studio Funimation decided to hire the funny folks at Mega64 to make a live-action movie based on the popular cartoon by Akira Toriyama. The results are amazing, as expected. And totally real. Really totally real.
We all know how silly the video game trope of "restore health with food" is, but seeing someone try it in real life is even sillier.
I suppose the guys at Mega64 couldn't get enough of The Stanley Parable, because they decided to go out and narrate a bunch of people's lives to their faces. The results weren't too friendly.
The guys at Mega64 have released a 20-minute video showing how they made the hilarious GDC tribute to Ken Kutaragi. It's fun to watch, but the best part is the former Sony CEO's outtakes while performing as the "last boss" of the video.
If you thought you knew how Ken Kutaragi, onetime CEO of Sony, turned the PlayStation into a success, you were way wrong. This is the real story:
YouTuber Frank Howley shows us why having an anime figure as a waifu maybe isn't worth it. All that stress. All those possible accidents. Even if it's Rei from Neon Genesis Evangelion, just say no!
I freakin' loved the new Super Mario Bros. But I'm a human, with hands for loving video games. I'm not a cat, dressed up like Mario and forced to re-enact the moves of a video game for the enjoyment of humans on the internet.
It was only a matter of time before the lovable punks at Mega 64 took on Beyond: Two Souls for some real-world mockery. And lo, they have done so, and it's pretty funny. Guess what: people don't appreciate it when a dude with a camera goes around knocking crap over.
Here's Mega64 trying to ruin a Grand Theft Auto V launch with a very special kind of spoiler.
That fedora. So good.
In case you missed it, here's the Mega64 spoof of that super-serious, emo-vampire trailer for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2.
Mega64's take on Journey is the best take on Journey. Watch until the end. Totally worth it.
Executives in cages. Dog food on the face. Cliff Bleszinski eating noodles.
I never ever want to see these things actually happen. But deep down, I know that, if people keep buying Assassin's Creed games, eventually, they will.