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After Mario, here’s a Sonic the Hedgehog first person video

30 Jul

Sonic the hedgehog first person

After the well known First Person Mario by the genius Freddiew, here’s another stylish video, courtesy of Machinima, in which we got Sonic the Hedgehog doing his stuff in first person.

We also call a bit of bullshit on this one, because he usually spins in every jump, but still a nice video. Enjoy!

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Raiden’s daily routine

15 Mar

We already told you about some of the stunning video games themed video of Freddiew (like this one), the YouTube superstar. But this one, in our opinion is definitely one of the best ever made.

Enjoy watching Raiden from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance on one of his typical morning!

We also remember you that Freddiw is shooting the second season of VGHS after been funded on Kickstarter.

This is how an HD first person Mario game looks like

25 Feb

Earlier today we talked about Freddie Wong and his upcoming VGHS season 2 project, but now we want to share with you a (not-so) little gem he made and uploaded on his YouTube Channel.

It is called First Person Mario: Endgame, and after 50 days of rendering (yup, fifty fucking days of video rendering), it shows how an HD first person Mario game would be. The video is based on an actual game lavel of Super Mario Bros. 3 and appears to be generated from an actual replay of someone playing the game (you can see the 2D map on the upper right). IT IS JUST STUNNING (oh look at that Bowser!).

 

Thanks to Kickstarter, VGHS season 2 is going to be made

25 Feb

video game high school vghs season 2 freddie wong freddiw

Have you ever watched Video Game High School? No? Shame on you, because VGHS is a really great and well-made web series by Rocket Jump Production, filmaker company lead by YouTube superstar Freddie Wong.

VGHS is not your typical teen drama, indeed it takes place in a world where playing video games is like being an hero (see: americanized Korea), and people go to an high school where all the subjects are vg-related. Let’s make it short…it’s like being in one of your childhood dreams.

Take a look at the official trailer

Anyway, the first seasont was entirely funded via Kickstarter (and if you missed it, fix yourself here) and same for the upcoming season 2, for which they asked like $600k and raised more than $800k, and that’s actually a good news!

As we can read on Freddie Wong, Matthew Arnold and Rocket Jump‘s twitter accounts season 2 is being filmed right now at You Tube Stages Facilities in Los Angeles, and we’ll be able to enjoy it on next July!