It’s been a long week, but the weekend is coming up and we’ve got a bounty of new games to help you unwind. For your enjoyment, here’s 5 calming minutes of Mario dancing from Super Mario Odyssey, complete with waterfall.
Admire the craftsmanship but try not to watch too closely.
Holy shit. I can’t deal with this. This video killed me. I am dead now.
There is no better way to celebrate the passing of time than with a gratuitous display of synchronized dancing. Scratch that: Make the dancers robots and add in some drones, too. That should do it.
Can’t type, dancing.
It’s wouldn’t be a proper Persona 4 spinoff without tons of crazy costumes. Last week Atlus revealed swimwear for the ladies. This week, something much more entertaining.
Anyone can dance in Destiny—the emote is one simple button press away. But nobody can dance quite like these guys can.
Dancer Madd Chadd is so, so good at doing the robot that he actually looks more like a frighteningly realistic robot pretending to be a human than a human dancing like a robot. In this latest video, he's sitting down and attempting to eat a sandwich like a robot would and it looks absolutely perfect.
We already know Legion like to dance. It's probably not a stretch to think he eventually branches out from just doing the robot, right?
It's no secret that we're huge fans of the dancing in Destiny here at Kotaku. But this montage takes the alien cake.
If you haven't seen Guardians of the Galaxy and hate spoilers, turn back now. TURN BACK. You're in spoiler town!
It's a good thing that the veteran rapper/actor doesn't livestream his video game sessions, huh?
For more than 100 days, YouTuber Project One Life performed the same dance routine in his bedroom. Then he spliced all of the footage together into a two minute video. The result is downright inspirational.
Why does this exist? I don't know. What I do know is that I can't stop watching.
Warning: the video below contains people in Sonic character suits doing some really terrible twerking.
Using attack moves and magic is so boring. Why not get down and dance it out instead? Now that would make for an interesting battle!
OlliOlli joins the rare rank of video games that make me feel like I have any kind of rhythm at all.
Typically, when someone does an ode to Final Fantasy, they'll do stuff like fan art or fan fiction. Mikeosong has a more novel idea: choreography to go along with some of his favorite Final Fantasy themes—it's so good, you'd think it was something out of a boy band (my mind goes to K-Pop, but only because I've…