Category Archives: Hyper Video Cast Off
This is a movie I want to watch, if only because it places swords and guns together.
I’ve never played a Professor Layton game, and I’ve yet to finish any of the Ace Attorney ones as well, but I can’t help but be impressed by the crossover of a puzzle-solving prof and an ace attorney.
Translation of the Audio? You bet!
Dancing Star Wars canon characters who do a damn fine job.
BEST PARTS are at 5:15 and 14:00.
I own a book penned by renowned physicist Dr. Michio Kaku, and I find it kinda cool to note that he’s so willing to discuss the hypotheticals of video games with people in order to grow an interest in scientific discovery.
In this three-minute GameTrailers video (which I had to place on YouTube to get to embed), you’ll see Dr. Kaku explaining what would happen if nuclear wars did happen, and what the chances are of the world of Fallout invading the real world by our own caprices.
If you’re wondering what the background track is, it’s Orange Colored Sky, popularized by Nat King Cole in the 1950s. If I’m correct, the below video should be the best version to compare the Fallout’s Orange Colored Sky to.
A bit of a backgrounder: I found these videos on Rock, Paper, Shotgun and basically, it’s an informational-advert/softcore cosplay porn video for a free-to-play Online Game, featuring a Singaporean model named Kanny. The game is essentially online Pokemon, and the ad is quite… informative, if not weird.
A better description of Kanny from FivePlayers’ Emily:
You may know Kanny from such Channel 8 hits as Nanny Daddy or “those pictures on your harddrive”. She’s a D-cup Singapore model that looks a bit like a combination of an 8 year old sucked out of Spirited Away and an 18 year old in some kind of Spirited Away-themed straight-to-video gravure title. She’s been hired on as the game’s celebrity GM.
A quick Google search reveals that she also has a public Facebook page and spends way too much time with Monster Forest’s mascot.
Anyway, some videos of Kanny and Monster Forest:
It’s 21 minutes long, but I’ll let the video explain itself. Trust me, it’s worth the watch.
Double Rainbow Bossa Nova version
Double Rainbow, The Monologue