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Instead of Orgasm-inducing food, we get disgust-inducing food. In other words, basically it's a Spiritual Antithesis to Shokugeki no Soma.
Roblox's Piggy... but as an anime?
It'd probably be like the anime adaptation of Angels of Death, except the antagonist is a psychotic pig.
Little Witch Academia (the short films) as a Saved by the Bell-style high-school sitcom.
You're supposed to provide an answer to the above poster's scenario before adding your own.
Edited by WillyFourEyes on Apr 8th 2020 at 8:09:35 AM
Warhammer 40,000: the Kart Racer.
The Space Marines have an unfair advantage over every other character.
Monster Hunter: World... on Atari 2600.
Edited by Mhazard on Apr 9th 2020 at 12:31:32 AM
Despite the graphics, it's surprisingly fun...
Studio Shaft's The Octonauts. Oh, and it's still very much a preschool-aimed show.
Edited by Oggy123 on Apr 11th 2020 at 9:55:38 PM
Everyone does the Shaft Headtilt. Other than that, nothing has changed.
Call of Duty on Tiger Electronics handheld console.
Noli Me Tangere, but it's steampunk.
It's basically Bioshock Infinite but set in the Philippines.
Final Fantasy VII Remake, except every character model is replaced by Mr. X.
It's very silly at first, but becomes boring and confusing as you lose track of who you are. Fans are outraged at this stunt.
Disney's Shrek (Renaissance or Post-Renaissance)
Edited by DingoWalley1 on Apr 13th 2020 at 10:00:24 AM
The subversive humour and satire are dropped in favour of a more conventional animated movie that contains only the surface-level qualities of a good Disney movie and the production values of a direct-to-video sequel. Shrek and Fiona also choose to become humans at the end.
Edited by ArgonianLorekeeper on Apr 14th 2020 at 12:12:16 PM
The CGI is surprisingly good. Itís hated by fans of the original, but given out it looks more like a spy movie, it has its fans.
Blue Beetle (Jaime) in the style of Spidey.
Edited by JTTWlover on Apr 14th 2020 at 1:19:02 PM
Blue Beetle himself is re-imagined as an Ordinary High-School Student, and it becomes nothing more than a Self-Parody.
Critics give largely negative reviews based around the poor plot, pacing and out-of-character Peter Parker. Fans are mostly pissed with how it ended up being a washed out version of Bojack Horseman
Mein Kampf: The Humongous Mecha anime
I just HAD to Cross the Line Twice here.
Edited by Lalapolpolpol on Apr 17th 2020 at 1:09:33 PM
The story abruptly ends with B.J. Blazkowicz assassinating Hitler, melting him into gooey bits.
Beautiful Darkness as an anime.
Edited by Mhazard on Apr 18th 2020 at 12:34:14 AM
I mean, anime is no stranger to dark themes, so I could say it's a win.
A series inspired by The Joy of Painting, but you'll also watch the paintings dry afterwards. note Bob Ross used oil paints. Oil paint dries very, very slowly; some pigments may take a few weeks at best to dry even without slow-drying mediums.
Edited by alnair20aug93 on Apr 19th 2020 at 3:42:32 AM
I mean, if it wasnít ASMR-y enough already...
Rhythm Doctor in VR. Only playable with Vive controllers.
The control is janky as hell to the point the game isn't even functioning properly.
Zoids, except all of the mechanical beasts are now replaced by Stripperiffic mecha girls not unlike Frame Arms Girls, and yet the settings are unchanged and it's still targeted for kids.
Edited by Mhazard on Apr 19th 2020 at 9:18:43 PM
This leads to a lot of awkward parents.
SmB: Super Mario Bros.
Edited by GeneralGigan817 on Apr 19th 2020 at 9:11:32 AM
Bowser is now a poorly veiled stand-in for Satan and all his minions are demonic now, which basically means theyíre the same but much less cute and more actively malicious in their attack patterns. Mario is a teenager (yet still has his trademark mustache) and Peach is his similarly-aged girlfriend who gets killed by the demons, prompting Mario to forge himself swords and become a demon slayer. Occasionally he does battle with a very powerful and unfortunately very hostile ghost who uses primarily wind and suction-based and grappling attacks. After the final encounter with it, it drops a familiar green cap. Another curious character he meets is a friendly demon who looks suspiciously like Peach, who later dies, causing Mario to proclaim that he shouldíve been the one to fill her empty stomach with pasta. Whatever THAT means.
The gameplay trades platforming for a combo-based hack and slash system, with most of the combos started by jumping on the desired enemyís head. That being said, there is still some platforming but itís obviously taken a back seat. He also retains techniques such as the ground pound and triple backflip for raw damage and dodging attacks respectively. The only thing absent are the guns, and Mario doesnít need them because heís Mario and he has two working fists. Some of the other big monsters Mario fights along the way are a three-headed Reznor, a huge piranha plant that uses its vines as spider legs, and the bird from Captain Toadís Treasure Tracker.
Critics absolutely lambasted it upon release for not being Mario but years after its release it starts to garner a cult following that believes the game isnít bad at all when taken on its own merits.
Iím sorry if you meant the reboot, but I know nothing about it so it wouldnít have been as fleshed out anyway.
The King of Fighters as a choose your own adventure book. Any game in the series you want will do or even a new storyline as long as you put effort into it.
Edited by VidExGuy on Apr 20th 2020 at 1:06:16 AM
You now have control over various characters, but rather than following a predetermined storyline, you can forge your own stories for them. You can either support the King of Fighters tournament, try to put a stop to it and stop the people behind it, or other activities that you wish.
Touhou, but every female characters now work as maids
Sakuya wins by doing absolutely nothing.
Dark Souls, except everyone has a Glock now and they're more than happy to shoot you in the middle of a sword fight.
The game is a literal Bullet Hell now.
Echo Chamber, but with the obligatory appearance of Trope-tan.
Bruh, you've been 'd, but your description is better.
Edited by alnair20aug93 on Apr 27th 2020 at 4:59:14 PM
Oops, íd. Iím sorry.
EVERYONE has a glock, you say?
That means the protagonist also has one, and since everyone now has a glock the game becomes a third-person shooter. Unfortunately, making a development team known for and experienced in designing excellent melee combat try and translate their skills into gun-based gameplay has predictable results, your bullets donít scale for damaging enemies with more health, turning every late-game boss into a Marathon Boss, accuracy is dubious at best, reloading is way too slow, and in spite of all of this, the enemies can not only take and do way more damage than you, but have scarily good accuracy. Have fun.
Hilariously, speedrunning the game with only melee weapons quickly becomes a popular challenge.
By the way, Billy 5545, that was good, both your post and the idea.
Pokťmon Mystery Dungeon as a Cartoon Network original series.
Edited by VidExGuy on Apr 28th 2020 at 11:31:01 AM
It would be an amusing series whether they emulate the Teen Titans Go! style or not.
The Sims, with an expansion pack borrowing elements from SimCity like natural disasters.
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