If you ever wanted to see a zombie brutally tear through Freddie Wong's face, look no further than Resident Evil: Down with the Sickness. The short was previously only available at the Rocket Jump website, but now the Capcom and Resident Evil 6-sponsored project is finally on YouTube. Check it out after the jump.
While games like Mirror's Edge have proven that first-person platforming is legit, it's arguable whether or not Mario would work in the same style. Nevertheless, Freddie Wong recently uploaded a video that imagines what an HD first-person Super Mario Bros. 3 might play like. See for yourself after the jump.
It's a few days old now, but Freddie Wong's tribute to The Legend of Zelda is worth sharing for a variety of reasons. Not only are the effects really well done as usual, but the video also features a seriously mischievous Link as portrayed by violinist Lindsey Stirling. Watch as Link smashes pots past the break!
In his latest effects/stunts video, Freddie Wong asks "what happens when old school games go face to face with new school characters?" See Master Chief, Altair, Nathan Drake and company face off against Space Invaders, Pong and more after the jump.
Internet parody/effects artist Freddie Wong attempted to raise money for feature length webseries Video Game High School with the promise to produce a renactment of Dragon Ball Z's classic "Over 9000" moment for a pledge of $9,001. Nobody pledged $9,001, but the demand was so high Wong decided to create it and release it to the internet anyway. Check it out after the jump.
Wow, would ya look at that, a Freddie Wong video that doesn't feature Freddie himself. Instead, a disgruntled Minecraft player takes to a familiar alley to let her anger loose on a horde of Creepers. Video after the jump!
What can't Freddie Wong do? If you were to answer "divine the future," you'd be wrong! Freddie does just that in his latest video, which is masquerading as a trailer for the nonexistent (not yet, at least) Battlefield 4. Hit the jump to watch.
This is pretty spot on as far as my own experience with Ubisoft's Splinter Cell franchise is concerned. Freddie Wong unlocks the truth behind the games, as he becomes a stealth lightbulb assassin in his latest video. Check it out after the jump!
What more can be said about Freddie Wong's videos? They're astoundingly well done, and the latest is no exception. See how he spices up his daily commute to work thanks to some open world gaming inspiration after the jump.