Here's "Generic Geoff," taking us through a free-for-all victory (on combat training) in just under three minutes. If it sounds like you've heard all of this shit before, that's the point. It's a sendup of just about every YouTube walkthrough video ever made, especially for the shooters.
Putting Aaron Rodgers on the cover of Madden NFL 12 is believable. Everything else, well, you should be able to tell this is satire even without The Onion Sportsdome branding.
Worlds collide once more in a festival of cheesy special effects and hilarious video game references next month, when Press Start 2: Continue (Press Start 4 in Japan) hits DVD.
This goof would seem to be played out by now, but Tobuscus is back at it again, singing it like he sees it in the Halo: Reach Trailer. Why wasn't the gun already turned forward? Now you're dead.
An Alabama GameStop allegedly made a cover of a crying Tim Tebow - who (in)famously wept as Alabama beat Florida for last year's SEC championship - and inserted it into the cases of NCAA Football 11 games on display.
Honorable people agreeing to the terms of a duel to the death. As this spoof shows, and as any one who's ever played Goldeneye knows, the negotiations take forever, and the outcome is well more ridiculous than suspenseful.
When Battlefield: Bad Company 2 riffed on rival Modern Warfare 2's "Mapathy" promo last week, it could be seen as a playful poke. This, however - a comprehensive parody of October's infamous "F.A.G.S." video - is a straight-up nutshot.
The unapologetically cheesy video game homage film Press Start gets the inevitable sequel next year, as Dark Maze Studios announces the brilliantly named Press Start 2 Continue.
Danny Elfman can piss off. I roll with Neal Hefti's theme from the 1960 TV show, and here someone's set it to Arkham Asylum gameplay in an attempt to mimic the show's opening.
Watercooler Games saw this earlier in the week and gave a detailed deconstruction of how a Free the Falklands! concept would be graphically impossible on the Atari 2600. I took one look and knew it was satire because one of the writers for this site, Jason Torchinsky, is a comedian and a name I remember as the…
Indie developer Zombie Cow (they did the spoof deathmatch platformer Gibbage)- have released another 'tribute' game — this time a Windows Point 'n' Click adventure heavily inspired by classic Lucasarts SCUMM games like Monkey Island, Sam & Max Hit The Road and Day Of The Tentacle.