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Klonoa eats his enemies instead of carrying them, but doesn't gain their powers.
Wipeout (the obstacle course racing series, not the one with the cars), except the water has been replaced with Double Dare slime.
That one was intended for the Kid's Choice Awards edition.
Armored Core... Developed by Telenet Japan
Hybrid X Heart Magias Academy Ataraxia: The Game I will play the FUCK out of that game!
I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, except the human survivors are sock puppets, and AM is a sapient Bad Dragon Dildo.
Edited by KJsixteen on May 6th 2019 at 6:53:01 AM
This would just be the Muppet version of the story, since we never actually see AM in the metaphorical flesh. It would be a Stylistic Suck to be sure.
The Fast and the Furious, but without all the ridiculous action movie bullshit.
Everyone obeys traffic laws, resulting in less thrilling car chases.
The Punisher, but instead of guns, he only used alternate forms of punishment to confuse the hell out of his enemies instead of killing them.
The Punisher has become a Denser and Wackier Self-Parody of himself.
The MCU version of Scarlet Witch if she was part of the Disney Princess line
Scarlet Witch's own series becomes a Musical drawn in Disney's standard 2D style while blasting bad guys left and right with her powers (hopefully the music is parodyical in nature at least).
Masou Gakuen HXH, except it's made for 4Kids.
Kizuna possesses the HHG, but then he gets transferred to a Both Gender School, without Ecchi!
Wander over Yonder, but it's a video game franchise that started in Summer 2012.
It's basically a less violent version of that OTHER game with a character named Wander and his horse, and the only enemies are Lord Hater and Commander Peepers. Despite the gigantic open world, there's no online multiplayer, which feels like a missed opportunity.
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, as a licensed video game published by Acclaim / LJN (take your pick).
The AVGN attacks the game with his usual dislike for LJN calling out for its poor production values.
Godzilla but it's a horror film.
I mean the original Godzilla movie was pretty much a horror movie.
Mobile Suit Gundam as a musical in the same spirit as Springtime for Hitler.
Both the heroes and the villains cheerfully sing while punching the shit out of each other with Humongous Mechas.
Xavier: Renegade Angel, except it actually makes sense.
Edited by KJsixteen on May 12th 2019 at 4:46:52 AM
It becomes an animated version of Lucifer, with the added bonus of a bunch of idiocy and Black Comedy.
The Black Cauldron if it was made by modern Disney as a CGI movie.
Edited by Weirdguy149 on May 12th 2019 at 8:00:53 AM
Are you kidding!? This is amazing! Even though it doesn't exactly find an audience in theatres, it performs well in DVD sales.
Battle Moon Wars, but made in the style of Another Century's Episode
Saber Mech shouts "EXCALIBUR!!" in a robotic voice as she blows up her foes. And then Nineball Seraph joins the party...
Armored Core, except the AC mechas are now cute girls, and you still get to dismember them in a brutal dogfight, harvest their body parts and then mix-and-match them to create your own Frankenstein's Monster.
Edited by Mhazard on May 14th 2019 at 3:59:23 AM
Put that together, and you have the weirdest Touhou fangame ever conceived. Instant mech game, just add Bullet Hell.
Holmes & Watson as a serious Sherlock Holmes detective story, yet still starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly.
It ends up becoming Bathos is its most purest form.
Calvin and Hobbes as a Punch and Judy-esque puppet show.
The social commentary and existential musings in the original are discarded in favor of lame puns, each one punctuated by the Hobbes puppet ramming into the Calvin puppet repeatedly.
Peppa Pig, produced by Studio Gainax.
Imagine those weird Peppa Pig You Tube vids, turned Up to Eleven.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice... For the SNES.
Edited by Siegfried1337 on May 15th 2019 at 10:59:28 AM
It's a mix of old-school Metal Gear and the controller-breakingly difficult platformers.
Nie R Automata as a lighthearted buddy cop movie.
A human cop Canon Foreigner gets assigned a Yoh Ra automaton as his partner for an assignment to bust a drug ring. Hijinks ensue.
Justice League of America (Rebirth)... as a stage musical.
The heroes wear crappy rubber costumes and beat villains to a pulp while playing classical music in the background. You just can't treat the whole musical seriously.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, except Johnathan Iron suddenly emerges from the fiery field after you dropped him from a building, now donned with a burning knight armor and starts attacking you with a burning coiled sword. As he starts calling you "Ashen One" while burning in agony, it is made clear that the person you are fighting against is no longer Irons, but rather, the Soul of Cinder, the selfless Chosen Undead who sacrificed his life to prolong the Age of Fire, now reincarnated as a Lord of Cinder. As your very last fight starts, your goal shifts from stopping a global crisis to putting a Lord of Cinder out of his misery in a one-on-one swordfight.
Damn. Now that's a prompt that leaves nothing to the imagination.
Turns out that grenades are pretty effective in swordfights. Also, you get a Dark Souls promotional item and an achievement!
Seinfeld as a 2010 YouTube sketch comedy show.
Everything is the same except it now has crappy lighting and shaky camera and it's demographic is towards young teens which they dummied down on the jokes.
Kid Icarus: Uprising but it has the comedy style of Thor: Ragnarok and Guardians of the Galaxy.
Edited by TabbyGirl4 on May 20th 2019 at 8:37:21 AM
It's mostly the same. However, there's now more slapstick and the background music is swapped out from the game's score to a bunch of 80's pop song knockoffs.
Superman, but only the Clark Kent stuff.
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