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A Cruel Player-Character God steps in and ruins the days of the Sims over and over again for his personal amusement.
Journey as a First-Person Shooter.
Clueless Aesop, the Video Game.
A Kamen Rider porn parody where the hero turns into a nude Amazonian Beauty instead of a karate bug man.
It ends up being infamous for the amount of fanservice. Also, the heroes are only identifiable by their hairstyle and faces rather than their costumes. Oh, and the monsters are also revamped as well
Arknights, but again, everyone are servants (so the female characters are maids, while the male characters are butlers)
It ends up infamous for how generic each butler/maid is, being anime character archetypes in very similar clothing.
Haiyore! Nyarko-san but with Harlan Ellison instead of Lovecraft.
Edited by GeneralGigan817 on May 9th 2020 at 11:28:29 AM
Nyarko is replaced with an amorphous asshole with the name of AM. Everyone else stays the same.
A Pokémon Mystery Dungeon game that is rated M for mature.
reads like a bad dark fic, maybe even along the lines of pokemon black and blue. expect 'wild' features of the pokemon to be played up, even when it feels obscenely out of place and narmy with them talking
....No. Just... No.
Fire Emblem Awakening but you can recruit Grima of all things both the dragon and the Hierophant. You can pet it too!
What do you know, he's easily the single most broken unit in the entire game. You can solo pretty much anything with him with relative ease. Unfortunately to get him, you have to do literally everything else in the game including all of the DLC missions, making him effectively completely worthless. You can still marry him though!
Garou: Mark of the Wolves as an adult swim action-comedy.
That makes it super interesting. Let's hope that its story is is kick-ass as it's animation.
Metroid, but Samus is a Guy.
This... isn’t an adaptation. By adaptation we mean adapting one work into another medium.
Metroid, a Choose Your Own Adventure book.
Now we’re talking.
The reader is thrust into the shoes of bounty hunter Samus Aran as she explores the Planet Zebes and eventually defeat Mother Brain at its core. Unfortunately, the book is even larger in scope than the original game to the point where it would put encyclopedias to shame. It would have been even longer if every single generic dead-end had gotten its own page instead of using the same page for all of them. Naturally this created a particularly nasty Interface Spoiler: readers quickly caught on that if a given option told them to go to page 357, they should avoid that one at all costs. Unfortunately that wasn’t the only dead end either, meaning it’s possible for readers to get stuck in a situation where both options lead to bad endings, making up to hours of reading worthless and lots of backtracking required. Just like the original. Later editions sold it with multiple bookmarks for this very reason. Don’t expect a map, though.
Once readers finally make it to the true end, they’re told to go to one of the last few pages based on how much time they spent reading, simulating the Multiple Endings of the original game, complete with illustrations of the outfits/poses Samus would have for each one. Of course this means there’s nothing stopping readers from looking at the other endings without earning them, going to the best ending regardless of their time, or just skipping to the end from the start. Great idea this was, eh?
Garou: Mark of the Wolves as an adult swim action-comedy with effort this time, please.
Edited by VidExGuy on May 22nd 2020 at 1:44:32 AM
Terry and Rock go on various misadventures. Terry’s more of a jackass and Rock is more meek. There isn’t much of a focus on story but the fight choreography is much darker and bloodier.
Rick and Morty as a SNK fighting game.
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