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What did you expect about a Slice of Life that was Clark Kent's daily life?
Family Guy... As an anime produced by Polygon Pictures.
The Conspicuous CGI is simply unbearable. Everything is made of 3D models and it makes Berserk (2016) look like a Studio Ghibli quality work of art.
John Wick, except Viggo is now play by Eri Kitamura, which means that Viggo is now a cool long-haired girl who double as a Mirror Boss.
Edited by Mhazard on May 22nd 2019 at 12:13:58 AM
John Wick must fight a long-haired girl who copies his exact moves.
Undertale, except it's a first-person shooter.
Edited by KJsixteen on May 22nd 2019 at 8:32:44 AM
Plays the exact same, except you now have to dodge attack a la Superhot
Dark Souls... But as a Nintendo 64 game.
Edited by Siegfried1337 on May 22nd 2019 at 10:55:38 AM
It's now in full first-person mode, but you need the expansion RAM pack to play it properly. And even then, that "fog" that leads to the boss rooms is now everywhere.
Battlefield Earth (the book), rewritten as an RPG-Mechanics Verse story à la The Order of the Stick.
It basically becomes an arc of Darths and Droids. Prominently, the GM is a Large Ham that enjoys RPing as Terl way too much.
Moana, set in a modern American desert.
Maui steals the equivalent of Te Fiti's heart, resulting in a massive dust bowl and Moana has to journey to California to find and return it.
Killing Bites but it's created by TATSUKI. Addendum: It's the same plot regardless.
Edited by Siegfried1337 on May 22nd 2019 at 8:12:08 AM
Everything is drawn with a cute art style like Kemono Friends, but the show manages to out-gore the original, dismemberment is commonplace, and the whole atmosphere is... well... much more Darker and Edgier.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) as a post-apocalyptic open world Urban Fantasy Action RPG developed by FromSoftware, and as the true ending reveals, your Player Character turns out to be Gwyn, the first Lord of Cinder, and the whole plot would eventually sets up the events of Dark Souls.
Edited by Mhazard on Jun 1st 2019 at 10:55:36 PM
The ending... Is seriously incomprehensible, even to Dark Souls fans.
Jailbreak as a Netflix animated original.
All of the characters die in hilarious ways while breaking themselves out of jail. Since the characters are made of blocks, they die without any gore, and they come back to life anyways, so you can still watch the show with kids around.
Monster Hunter, except all of the human/wyverian characters (including the Player Character) are anthropomorphic wyverns.
Nothing changes besides Monster Hunter now having a significant furry fanbase.
John Wick, except the mafia kills John instead of the puppy.
John Wick himself is a Decoy Protagonist all along, and the puppy turns out to be the real hero.
Black Panther, but with all of the Wakandans whitewashed
The movie is accused of cultural appropriation, it's seen as very racist, and it is controversial.
Grand Theft Auto the Broadway musical
It becomes a musical about how the characters in GTA commit crimes and life, as well as their feelings, us songs about the missions they do too
Miraculous Ladybug as a manga (and not the Western comic that already exist)
Basically Dog Wick.
The bodysuit is now 10 times skimpier, transparent, and Ladybug is now basically an Expy of Taki from Soul Calibur but with the Jiggle Physics taken Up to Eleven.
Nekopara, directed by Taro Yoko.
Edited by Mhazard on Jul 18th 2019 at 12:05:02 AM
(Bumping with a new adaptation)
Gran Turismo as a Dating Sim.
Car dates have never been this action-packed.
Hulk but with Steven Universe characters thrown in, as a cartoon.
Edited by VengefulBale on Jul 17th 2019 at 11:47:57 AM
Things stay the same as with the original Hul movie, but its colors are a lot brighter, with SU aesthetics. It's still an Ang Lee movie, though, so there's still going to be people confused.
Blade Runner, remade into an Action JRPG directed and partially written by Tetsuya Nomura.
It winds up become basically a linear version of Fallout 4 with all the combat mechanics dumbed down to the point you can clear everything by button mashing.
At least the story is still good, but since Fallout 4 came out first, everyone accuses the replicants of being a carbon copy of the Synths.
Spider-Man: Far From Home, except Mysterio is a now a legitimate magician from another universe gifted with the power to manipulate corpses, a full blown Card-Carrying Villain who doesn't even hide his motivation, and his new main goal is to tarnish the reputation of the S.H.I.E.L.D. as a whole by reanimating all of the deceased superheroes and S.H.I.E.L.D. members and sicing them on everyone indiscriminately, cumulating at him summoning an undead Tony Stark and sicing him on Peter during the climatic battle.
Edited by Mhazard on Jul 18th 2019 at 1:49:44 AM
It's loosely based on Marvel Zombie and directed by some hence unheared genius.
Watch dogs as a Jojo's bizzarre adventures part
Edited by pasqui11112 on Jul 17th 2019 at 1:05:03 PM
It plays out like a regular JoJo saga, with the main villain having a Story-Breaker Power Stand that can "hack" other Stands and render them incapable of fighting. Our protagonist, Jonah Jones, can only win by fighting the enemy Stand user hand-to-hand.
Death Note (2017), but fully Americanized and set in a High School A.U..
Think Dragonball Evolution, but with all the action sequences cut out.
Valis: The musical.
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