Coming soon to all versions of Minecraft, the Adventure Time pack turns one of the more popular fan-made mashups into something you’ll be able to buy.
This year saw some of the greatest reader-created images in the history of the Kotaku ‘Shop Contest. Now it’s time to bring it all home. It’s a year-end mash-up, y’all. I’ll get the butter.
Here’s a colored tattoo commission done by professional artist Jayson Hotchkiss. It’s a Mario-Indiana Jones mashup titled “The Temple of Shroom,” and it is gorgeous. The crappy GIF doesn’t do it justice, so make sure to look at the full-res version below—and here for more of Hotchkiss’ work. (via XombieDIRGE)
Would you look at that. Turns out the uncanny valley works both ways.
It takes a lot to make a Smash Bros. crew, Kirby Ness and King Dedede too. Oh yeah, this is happening.
Scooby-Doo: The Lost Mysteries by IBTrav:
Not everyone gets to ride inside the anime's titans, and we can't crunch people in half with the video game's giant mechs, but in both cases we would if we could. Polariscalls this video a mash up, but it just feels like natural progression to me.
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.
Uhhhhhhh wait a minute. I have a question about this. This'll just take a second, bear with me. Um: What?
Video game soundtracks have been around for more than three decades, if you count back to the doomp-doomp of Space Invaders. This mash-up video created by Ithaca Audio folds in bits of audio from Tetris, Street Fighter and Sonic next to tracks by David Bowie, Michael Jackson and the old-school Doctor Who theme. And…
YouTuber/animator avemagnadude mashed together a few concepts from Assassin's Creed III trailers, but there's a distinct Gladiator feel here, too. Did you pick up on it?