We’ve seen plenty of videos of various fictional characters going head-to-head in a fight to see who would emerge the victor. But I’m not sure there’s ever been one as ridiculous as this one. Thankfully, it’s also super entertaining.
In the video, we get to see what might happen if legendary Star Wars villain Darth Vader crossed paths with a human-sized, more realistic, weaponized Buzz Lightyear from Pixar’s Toy Story.
You can find out how the battle plays out in the video below.
I’m among the many who adore Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls and Fallout games, but let’s be perfectly honest: the AI characters and enemies are not exactly known for being smart when it comes to what’s actually going on around them. And that’s fine, for me anyway. You can develop a stealthy character if you choose but it’s not a stealth game, so I can accept the AI’s questionable eyes.
Still, it’s funny to mess with things like this sometimes. One of the very first videos I watched when The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released back in 2011 messed with the AI a bit. That only made me want to play the game even more. Now YouTube channel Nukazooka has made a video having some fun with how sneaking works in Skyrim, which can be seen below, and fans of the game will no doubt get a chuckle out of it.
Usually when Mario dies during a play session of one of the older Super Mario Bros. games, he simply bounces up in the air—quite strangely, I might add; what kinda wacky physics are going on in that world?—and then falls through the bottom of our TV screens. We then move on to our next life or start over again, unless of course you know about that little trick.
But what if there were more to Mario dying than we ever knew about? A new video released by YouTube channel Nukazooka titled “Super Mario: Underworld” offers a peek at what it might be like for a Mario when they die. And it is not pleasant.
Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls and Fallout video game franchises are two of the biggest and best on the planet, offering not only great games to play but stunning fictional worlds to escape to for countless hours of wandering and adventuring.
So what happens when the two worlds collide? In a new video from director Andrew McMurray, Dovahkiin (or Dragonborn) from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim meets a human representation of the Vault-Tec mascot from the Fallout universe, known lovingly as Vault Boy. At the time of their meeting it’s clear they’re not being controlled by players who check to see if someone is friendly before attacking. Much blood is shed.
Click on over to the other side to see how the fight goes down, as well as a behind-the-scenes video showing how the impressive visual effects were created.