Look, we can't say that Next Media Animation's segment on today's hot release actually, y'know, makes sense, as far what the moving images signify. But it's fun to watch. And, hey, it's Francis! Think he knows he's in this?
A month ago, Riot Games said it had gotten the U.S. government to include eSports contestants under the visa policy that allows professional athletes from other countries to visit for purposes of competition. The first such visa has been awarded, to a Canadian League of Legends star.
Next Media Animation has made a good living offering allegorical reenactments of controversies—many of them in video gaming—and setting them to the sonorous tones of a Mandarin voice-over. I wasn't expecting them to do something on Xbox Live's new Enforcement United Project so soon, however.
Look, if you’re going to troll fans of the Marvel Universe, Falcon aficionados and all of America, you can’t do it much better than this new fake trailer for the upcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Cap punched Hitler back in the 1940s. Now he’s slapping Obama. What are you trying to say, Taiwanese animators?
Taiwanese news agency NMA TV, picking up on the internet's growing dismay with Microsoft's rumoured plans for the next Xbox, has done what it done best and make an animated video about it.
NMA, the wacko Taiwanese animation studio, has become a kind of grim reaper in the world of Internet scandal. If you end up in an NMA video, it ain't good—although I am sure Francis, the YouTube comedian who rants about video games, is happy to cameo here on behalf of the outraged.
For once, you have to admire the restraint of the creative folks at Next Media Animation. Never ones to pass up low-hanging jokefruit, they don't make a Wii joke in the report that covers the westward march of urinal games. NMA does offer their visions of permutations of pee-based games for women and kids, though,…
The Taiwanese news animators at NMA take on the newest Elder Scrolls game with a news report that covers Skyrim's blockbuster launch and pesky bugs. It's ironic to see NMA shining a spotlight on a title's bugs when their own lo-fi, CGI oeuvre seems to be drawn from Will Wright's nightmares. This clip isn't as…
The folks at Next Media Animation—who've become infamous for presenting bizarre CGI takes on the news—speculate on what the teaser for Rockstar Games' just announced upcoming sequel will look like. Honestly, while it apes some of the visual signifiers of the GTA games, the silent clip makes close to no sense…