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You have to choose one from the entire roster while keeping the others in it happy. Also, Waluigi is an option for some reason.
Doki Doki Literature Club!: The highly pretentious art flim!
The mindfuck effect of the original is lost because it starts out dark right from the beginning, and sort of hangs there for the first two acts until everyone but Natsuki dies.
Stand Still, Stay Silent as an early '90s shojo manga.
The adaptation is even more light compared to the original, with the magical side of the Rash-infected monsters being more pronounced.
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, adapted by Mirage Comics.
Fat Cat's Gang are starter villains that die by the end of the first issue, and the rescue rangers get into increasingly dark situations.
OKKO:The Abridged Series
Edited by VengefulBale on Dec 10th 2018 at 7:12:05 AM
It's a good thing that Team Four Star is doing this... RIGHT!?
Akame Ga Kill gets a licensed game... under From Software. And yes, it's a soulslike game.
Every character fat rolls in a literal sense to the point all the battles are Fan Disservice.
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, except the True Final Boss is Arthur Morgan.
"And then Arthur was a zombie" doesn't sound quite as funny, so Arthur manages to hold his own against our zombified protagonist to the bitter end.
If instead of Always Murder, the Ace Attorney series became a half-hour Judge Judy/The People's Court-style show handling nothing but the most outrageous small claims court cases.
Phoenix Wright and Apollo Justice are dismissed as incompetent lawyers. The whole story is about the judge and the jury.
The Mist except everyone lives except David Drayton.
Aside from David's death, everything is an absolute clusterfuck.
Aldnoah.Zero.... But it's an dating sim.
Someone who played way too much Hatoful Boyfriend and Angels With Scaly Wings thought it would be a funny idea to have the player dating the kataphrakts instead of their pilots. The human and Martian characters are relegated to NPCs.
Cowboy Bebop, except Spike Spiegel is voiced by Spike Spencer.
Spike is now a whiny kid and we can't treat him seriously anymore.
Gran Turismo as a tabletop board game.
While the car models are pretty well-sculpted, the game suffers from one fault: it’s boring. Every time you enter a race, you have to play a bunch of cards in just the right order to not crash. There are millions of possible card combinations, making it pure luck. Overall, both critics and Gran Turismo fans agree that a fast-paced real time game doesn’t translate well to a tabletop game.
Angry Birds: the 1830’s-era penny dreadful novel.
The birds and pigs are anthropromophized a la Star Fox. The birds use cannons instead of themselves and the pigs have more of a fighting chance. The cannons work realistically. The island setting is changed to a rural South setting. The plot is not as bare-bones, but the backbone of the plot is still there.
Mythbusters, the JRPG.
The Mythbusters test out the common RPG tropes to see if they can happen in real life. Hilarity Ensues.
My Hero Academia, but it's set in a medical school.
Dr. Bakugo earned his Ph D after countless hours of playing Surgeon Simulator 2013.
Komi-san wa Komyushou desu directed by Edgar Wright
Change all the characters to be British or American, give it a lot of Foreshadowing humor, and have Komi be a lot more talkative.
Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From a Memory adapted into a Visual Novel for the Nasuverse
Saber is now a musician, her Excalibur is a now a guitar, and Lancer dies of listening to music.
Mega Man Zero, except Omega Zero turns out to be the incarnation of Zero, the leader of the Dark Matter race.
Edited by Mhazard on Jan 22nd 2019 at 1:58:59 AM
The game is basically just a game where you're the Villain Protagonist, Zero, causing havoc on the city.
The as a Dating Sim
Ghost Peach is the only route, denying her would make the game purge itself.
Need For Speed Most Wanted (2005) adapted into an anime by Kyoto Animation, with Season 2 or 3 being it's sequel, Need for Speed Carbon.
Everyone is a gender-flipped moeblob, and it's far more lighthearted than the source material. Acclaimed by car-loving basement dwellers everywhere!
Citizen Kane: The indie PC game.
It goes one of two ways. It's either a shitty survival horror game where the goal is to rescue Rosebud while Kane's after your ass or an introspective decision-based adventure where no matter what happens, you feel like a piece of crap in the end.
Persona 5: The Sitcom.
The series is now a "Monster of the Day" comedy series where Joker goes to various crooks and criminals, does the do with hacking them and whatnot (he does that, right?) and learning life lessons along the way.
Getting Over It as an atmospheric story heavy exploration game (or "walking simulator") with light horror elements
Edited by n3rd_d4sh on Jan 23rd 2019 at 8:10:23 PM
It's a lot easier to fall to the bottom of the mountain because you have to do all that climbing in 3D, but it's more hilarious to watch. At least you don't have to hear the same story quotes over and over when you climb.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power as a Religious Horror film.
She-ra ends up going through Chickification and a man ends up defeating the demon. The whole thing is a propaganda piece on why women shouldn't be ordained.
Avengers: Infinity War remade by The Muppets.
Edited by Smasher on Feb 4th 2019 at 11:44:22 AM
Kermit is Thanos, but everything else is treated with the same gravitas as Infinity War. Everyone's a Muppet though.
Bird Box: The Interpretive Dance.
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