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It's basically just Modern Warfare '19 given a post-World War 1, pre-World War 2 coat of paint. It works, and Sekiro is a fun boss fight since you're given a rather robust and well-put together first-person melee combat system to practice with in the preceding levels.
John Wick but John is actually Big Boss avenging DD with the entirety of the Diamond Dogs.
In 2013. When Diamond Dogs is from 1984 at most.
It would have a laughable premise, but still interesting.
The Octonauts, but for every scene they end up in the Midnight zone, the surroundings and the animals living in it is drawn by Gekidan Inu Curry. The main characters still look normal during those scenes, it still has the same premise, and the show is still child-oriented, if a bit ominous as a result of the bizarre style unique to that place.
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There would be no child audience for this show at all but this show becomes a gateway to other bizarre shows of a similar art style for tweens and older.
The Dark Knight Saga, but the villains are swapped around. Bane and Catwoman for Begins, Scarecrow and Ra's al Ghul for Knight, and the Joker and Two-Face for Rises.
I.. got nothing for this. I guess it wouldn't be different?
Puella Magi Madoka Magica, but Scrat is here.
Edited by Oggy123 on Jan 1st 2020 at 11:05:15 PM
Since Scrat is the Kyubey stand-in, the Soul Gems are now acorns, and Scrat can't help chasing after them.
Super Princess Peach, except Peach has to rescue Bowser from Mario and Luigi.
It ends with a very Squicky on-screen Interspecies Romance......
At least Bowsette will become canon.
Kaede The Eliminator as a Hollywood movie.
Let's hope it's a Hollywood movie first than a Netflix adaptation.
The Belgariad, but everyone is a pony, and Garion is played by Twilight Sparkle.
Would attract some odd audience.
A Kirby game... where most background art (but not Kirby himself, which has the same artstyle as he had before) is made by Gekidan Inu Curry.
Edited by Oggy123 on Jan 2nd 2020 at 11:01:25 PM
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It's basically Puella Magi Madoka Magica but with Kirby being a Magical Girl. The surreal Eldritch horror element gets cranked up to eleven, so much H.P. Lovecraft would be proud of HAL Laboratory.
Cats, except the film is about the kind of CATS that sets you up a bomb, proclaims that ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO THEM and YOU HAVE NO CHANCE TO SURVIVE MAKE YOUR TIME.
Edited by Mhazard on Jan 11th 2020 at 1:43:09 AM
With a lot of butchered English, and the sinister design of the characters, the movie still somehow manages to be more popular than the monstrosity that came out last year, if only because this one actually has So Bad, It's Good qualities.
Aardman Animations presents... Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
It's very heavy in dark comedy. At times it feels more like a parody of Daganronpa than a straight adaptation, but the Aardman style ends up working weirdly well. It's definitely entertaining.
Birds of Prey, but the title is much more literal and Black Canary, Huntress, and Batgirl are now actual birds.
Laika's The Octonauts
Edited by Oggy123 on Jan 11th 2020 at 10:59:02 PM
Hmm, using traditional claymation would look interesting. I mean, it's more real than CGI in my opinion.
MarŪa la del barrio, The Anime.
Edited by alnair20aug93 on Jan 17th 2020 at 1:29:42 AM
Amusingly, in spite of being released in Japan, it still manages to gain a significant Spanish following to the point where a Spanish dub was made. Don't ask me about the quality.
Beauty and Warrior: The Live Action version
It becomes a weird adaptation of Conan the Barbarian, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as usual.
Frame Arms Girls, except every single Robot Girl is replaced by Frame Arms themselves and Ao receives a mecha model kit clearly not meant for girls anyway...
Edited by Mhazard on Jan 19th 2020 at 5:08:08 PM
This... suspiciously might become something like Transformers: Kiss Players. Not sure if want.
Terraria, but instead of a 2D Wide Open Sandbox, it's a The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild clone like Genshin Impact.
It's basically not helping the "Minecraft Clone" accusation.
A remake of The Crying Game, but the double twist is Fergus is Bisexual.
It gets more mixed reception.
A remake of SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab in the same vein as BFBB Rehydrated, but many of the art and background is made by Gekidan Inu Curry.
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The game never saw a release outside Japan due to mixed reception from both the United States and Japan.
Elfen Lied: The Slice of Life.
The "slice" part is literal, but thankfully, Death Is Cheap in this adaptation, meaning that Lucy can now kill off the cast over and over again...
America's Army, only this time, you're a Russian soldier and the titular army is actually the main antagonist.
Broken Fanbase between the fans who love it and the ones who hate it. Russia likes the game.
Spider-Girl but set in the 15th Century Ming dynasty in China.
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