Paperman, Disney’s animated short about finding love with the help of a handful of paper airplanes, takes the Oscar for Best Short Film (Animated), but Bowser takes the award for having Wreck-It-Ralph’s back. Check it out after the jump.
Disney's upcoming CG animated Wreck-It Ralph is the story of an arcade game villain who is inspired to turn over a new leaf after meeting a cute girl character named Vanellope von Schweetz in cart racing game Sugar Rush. While Japanese marketing is being heavily tailored to that region, the whole world will get to hear Japanese pop sensation AKB48 featured performing the theme song to candy coated fictional game. Get a look and listen after the jump.
With the exception of real-life racer Danica Patrick, Disney's Wreck-It Ralph might be the oddest addition to Sega's upcoming racer, Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed. However, it does make sense in the context of the Wreck-It Ralph film plot, which involves Ralph leaving his own arcade cabinet and hopping from game to game in an effort to ditch being a villain. Pics past the break!
That Bowser, he's so demanding. The Super Mario Bros. antagonist is but one of many diverse characters from all across gaming featured in Disney's upcoming CG feature, Wreck-It Ralph, but could you imagine playing as King Koopa on a competitor's console? Lucky for him the video game versions will only be on Nintendo systems. Read on for more.
Disney's CG-animated Wreck-It-Ralph is a love letter to video games like no other, partly because it manages to insert actual game characters into its story. Get ready to see Dr. Robotnik/Eggman, Bowser, Zangief, and more… all in the same room in the trailer past the break.