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Everyone just bumps into each other all the time.
Tumblr the visual novel
It is a confusing mess where every decision if possibly offensive in some way and you literally CANNOT win.
The Flash (2014)...as a 1920s crime drama.
Edited by Spottedleaf on Feb 4th 2019 at 2:13:41 PM
Caitlin Snow as a flapper girl. You're welcome.
The Jungle Book: The board game!
The game resembles "Mouse Trap"; you have to construct a contraption that will help defeat Shere Khan.
Eddsworld: The Harem Anime (something tells me that there's already a fanfic with this premise somewhere)
You, as the (choose your gender here) protagonist are saved by Edd on one of his wild hunts, and the others eventually fall in love with you after a series of near-death misunderstandings. Black Comedy ensues.
Rugrats, except all of the babies have the intellect of Stewie and can communicate clearly with the adults.
The TV Rating goes up from TV-Y7 to TV-PG because of this.
Pretty Cure: The Game by From Software
The Magical Anime Girl game that is difficult as your average Dark Souls. The only difference is it isn't as Dark or bloody; it's very bright, and your defeat just has the Anime girl cry for a bit.
Monty Python's Winnie-the-Pooh (Animated by Terry Gilliam)
Edited by DingoWalley1 on Feb 5th 2019 at 10:52:13 AM
It's just a Winnie the Pooh movie but with more slapstick and the level of black humor that would cause Disney to foam up their mouths.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. but it's a JRPG created by Atlus
In between the dangerous explorations, you get into Social Links with your teammates. This is more like an old-school Fire Emblem game, where if any non-important characters in your party die, they're dead for good.
Katawa Shoujo as a horror visual novel.
The cute disabled girls are still there...but they're possessed, and the main character is horrified by what's happened, and has to do all he can to escape them.
Avatar: The Last Airbender... as a modern-day teen comedy a la Mean Girls.
Edited by Spottedleaf on Feb 6th 2019 at 12:51:49 PM
All the badass bending techniques and eastern martial arts are gone, and it now looks no different to any ordinary sitcom.
Resident Evil 2, only this time, you play as William Birkin, and he's now a sympathetic Tragic Hero.
Now it's basically just a murder simulator with a points counter and slightly depressing cutscenes, most of the story is All There in the Manual.
Grand Theft Auto V by 4kids
The story mode is cut out entirely and so are the guns, police, prostitutes, and all other bad forms of city life. Now it's just a driving simulator.
Take your pick: Child's Play with a totally silent Chucky or Halloween with a Michael Myers that doesn't shut up.
You combine both and get a Chucky who thinks he's Jason Voorhees, and a Michael Myers who thinks he's Freddy Krueger. Audiences are annoyed and confused.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, set during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.
Will Smith is now an activist, and the show's rampant political correctness has driven away the audience.
Resident Evil 2, except the True Final Boss is now Sherry Birkin, now infected with the G-Virus and mutated into a monstrosity just like her father, and you have to put her out of her misery by beating her to death with a steel pipe. Even her battle theme is a sad piano music that belongs to a Dark Souls game rather than a typical Resident Evil game.
It's basically a cut bad ending (due to how dark it is), restored as free DLC in the remake so that Sherry's infection is timed. If you managed to get her fully infected, she'll be much harder than Stage 4 or 5 of William Birkin due to the lack of supplies (you only have a pipe, after all) and tight corridors. And the best of all, you get an achievement for killing her in under 2-3 minutes. Enjoy it, you sick bastard.
Fear Of A Blank Planet: The Animation, made by Studio Gainax.
Edited by 4WD on Feb 10th 2019 at 10:17:03 PM
The AMV is a Deconstruction of the original song itself, as by having the teenager's parent trying to attempt to prevent the disorders from the teenager's, this only makes the younger generation more disconnected from them. It's possible that the teenager didn't exist.
Dark Souls as an MOBA but still retaining its combat system.
Edited by Siegfried1337 on Feb 10th 2019 at 7:30:20 AM
"It's the Dark Souls of MOB As."
- Some Reviewer
Also I imagine the aggression levels would go through the roof.
Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san as a Count of Monte Cristo-style revenge story.
It turns into a parable about high school bullying. Takagi and Nishitaka enter a mutually destructive relationship that alternates between Slap-Slap-Kiss and Kiss-Kiss-Slap, ending when one slaps the other in front of everyone in school.
A late-era NES version of WarioWare, except it's only compatible with the Power Glove.
Basically the same, but it doesn’t sell as much or it simply doesn’t sell.
The Scarlet Pimpernel but in the 21th century as pre-teens and with superpowers.
But I said as pre-teens in a High School A.U.…
Edited by JTTWlover on Mar 24th 2019 at 5:30:20 PM
A French Revolution re-enactment (sorta like a Civil War re-enactment in the States) goes terribly wrong when the stand-in for Marie Antoinette gets decapitated by the guillotine, which was supposed to be a toy but was swapped out for a real blade. Now, The Scarlet Pimpernel must rescue all the people that are set to be “executed” by utilizing his superpower. Said superpower? Teleportation of other people (to a safe space). However, the executioners quickly grow savvy and hide the guillotine in increasingly hard-to-reach places. Will The Scarlet Pimpernel save them?
Moby Dick: the line of fashion products.
Thought that normal fashion was weird? Get to know Moby Dick fashion! All whales and ships with the occasional anchor on them!
Water Margin, the high school dramedy.
All of the bandits are gang members. Everything's toned down to make more sense in a modern high school or toned up to be funnier, making everything very tonally confused.
Impractical Jokers as a serious horror movie.
All four main characters end up getting turned into clones of The Joker in the end.
The 2018 Charmed reboot if it was developed by Scott Buck
The show is now plagued with rampant feminism and political correctness to the point it's unbearable, it's also flooded with cheap CGI.
Modern Warfare reboot, co-directed by Taro Yoko and Hidetaka Miyazaki, and the soundtracks are composed by Yuka Kitamura.
Edited by Mhazard on Apr 9th 2019 at 3:10:12 AM
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