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It becomes more like Power Rangers, but both Bloodier and Gorier and Hotter and Sexier, so much that it falls into the Girl-Show Ghetto.
The upcoming Black Widow movie, but it's revealed her origins were similar to that of Spider-Man
A Scott Pilgrim Netflix adaptation...
Directed by Tim Burton.
(Id honestly think it would be great if it had the same creators).
Black Widow eventually gets snapped. Critics hate it for basically being a spider man but the main character is black widow.
Edited by KingOfStickers on Nov 8th 2019 at 4:36:47 PM
Uh, you didn't give an answer to my last post.
Her newly gained web shooting techniques get fetishised in-and-out universe to the point no one takes her seriously. She's now basically Spiderman but Hotter and Sexier.
It's basically a Darker and Edgier version of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, except everyone's face looks so uncanny to the point most people would mistake the show as a horror film.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019), except it now has the same art style as Code Vein.
Edited by Mhazard on Nov 8th 2019 at 1:40:45 AM
That actually sounds like it'd be an improvement.
That's just a friggin choose your own adventure book but with 100 players and some dancin'
Spongebob Squarepants but there is no Spongebob (oh, and Patricks depressed)
Edited by Seaners on Nov 8th 2019 at 3:52:08 AM
You mean like Garfield Minus Garfield? Oh, that'd be the most surreal thing ever. Squidward yelling at the air "Old Man Yells at Cloud"-style, Patrick and Sandy telling jokes to themselves, Krusty Krab burgers making themselves... I don't think mainstream audiences would be able to take it.
Senran Kagura, but everyone is flat-chested and bitter about it.
It wouldn't be that different.
A Kirby game made by Gen Urobuchi.
Edited by Oggy123 on Nov 8th 2019 at 11:15:20 PM
This Kirby game is much Darker and Edgier, almost to the Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam-level of Kill 'Em All (which is saying a lot, since Zeta was infamous for mass murdering its characters, especially since the trope namer Yoshiyuki Tomino was responsible for it).
EarthBound, but it's turned into a movie duology directed by James Cameron and Quentin Tarantino, respectively.
Hazzy, as a fan of them both and as an EB fan, I take serious offense to that one. Also, I said a movie duology, aka a two-parter film. NOT a TV series. That's much better. Though I presume you don't really like Tarantino, judging from that.
Edited by dave_the_assassin on Nov 9th 2019 at 12:25:02 AM
Just updated the whole thing.
The first part of the movie, written by James Cameron, appears to be a standard high-budget alien invasion film until the tragic backstory of Giegue is revealed, then the story shifts to a surprisingly heartwarming story about four kids trying to stop an all-out war by preaching love and compassion, culminating at them singing a lullaby to Giegue, and the story ends with Giegue casting his hatred toward humanity aside. The props are highly detailed and the effects of the PSI attacks are fantastic, even surpassing Avatar.
The second part of the movie duology, almost fully written by Quentin Tarantino, goes downhill however, as the new Chosen Four are now generic edgy teens, all the funny cartoonish elements are gone, Moonside is now a generic city filled with neon lights and Giygas is rewritten as a Generic Doomsday Villain with too much emphasis on the Lovecraftian elements and all of his sympathetic qualities are thrown away. The second part is so generic and boring to the point many people refuse to watch it, declaring that it doesn't exist.
Fallout, except the story is now set in post-apocalyptic China.
Edited by Mhazard on Nov 9th 2019 at 1:21:27 AM
Basically the same as regular Fallout, but with a more ancient, mystical tone. It's actually really good once you get past them.
A Kirby RPG made by Toby Fox.
Kirby can't talk, King Dedede is now a peaceful man with Revenge. Oh, also Marx is really friggin' sadistic to the point. Meta Knight is now a Knight In Sour Armor, Aaaand to top that all of.. The NPCs usually break the fourth wall.
Cities: Skylines but its the end of the world
Edited by Seaners on Nov 9th 2019 at 5:45:38 PM
The city starts out completely built. It's your duty to completely tear it down with whatever creative method of destruction is at your fingertips.
Gladiator, where all acts of violence, including deaths, are replaced by slapping people with fish, but everything else is otherwise unchanged.
The film quickly devolves into a hyper-Narm'y erotica about burly men slapping each other with oily fish. Needless to say, it attracts a new group of audiences with fish fetishes.
The Terminator, except the titular character is now played by Keanu Reeves.
Thats an exception actually... But also, Keanu really hams up his acting.
Fire Pro Wrestling but with real life issues! (even drugs!)
So basically, it's virtually unplayable.
Rango, directed by Gen Urobuchi.
Edited by Oggy123 on Nov 10th 2019 at 11:25:40 PM
It's similar to the original but much darker in tone- it's established that the western setting is all that remains after an apocalypse. It's very much a Mature Animal Story, which healthy amounts of What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?. Still, it has a cult following.
The Flash (2014), but instead of Caitlin/Killer Frost being a Jekyll & Hyde/ Superpowered Evil Side deal, Caitlin's a magical girl.
Edited by Spottedleaf on Nov 10th 2019 at 12:05:08 PM
The parts with her are notably very awkward and sometimes they need Art Shift that is appreciated for the anime fans.
The Scarlet Pimpernel as a Spider-Man like Marvel hero (that includes being a teen).
Well, that means it have to take place sometime after the 20th century.
The Octonauts, but all the animals outside the main 8 are anthropomorphized into cute girls.
Edited by Oggy123 on Nov 11th 2019 at 11:42:14 PM
It's basically turned into a Edutainment Magical Girl show or a ripoff of Kemono Friends but with underwater creatures.
Edited by TabbyGirl4 on Nov 11th 2019 at 12:38:55 PM
the story's still good but the game mechanics are ultimately a mixed bag
Sofia the First but Kirby eats and becomes Sofia
It's pretty much the same, except Kirby replaces Sofia.
EarthBound, except Giygas is replaced with Le Monke, and his battle "music" is now the "Uh oh stinky" audio.
Edited by Oggy123 on Nov 12th 2019 at 11:24:00 PM
While the final battle is more tonally consistent with the rest of the game, it's not nearly as powerful as a result.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia as a video game.
Edited by Weirdguy149 on Nov 12th 2019 at 11:44:03 AM
It's a Slice of Life video game where you play as the main cast, and there are tons of potential for both Video Game Cruelty Potential and Video Game Caring Potential.
Edited by KJsixteen on Nov 12th 2019 at 12:10:08 PM
The laser light show is cool, but when those loud electric guitars play any time anyone shoots bullets, it becomes a hard-to-listen-to dissonant mess.
Top Gun, but it's a Post-9/11 Terrorism Movie with twice as much Homoerotic Subtext.
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